The Instruction Menu allows faculty and Graduate Student Instructors to request library instruction sessions and to tailor those sessions to their particular needs. The goals for this test were to determine whether the form provides users the information they need/want and if the design is navigable and the terminology is clear.
Usability Testing Usability Reports
The goal for this test was to explore usability issues of new prototypes of the three delivery services and develop recommendations to help delivery services enhance learnability and usability.
The MGet It menu is used by library patrons and staff to obtain the full text of books and articles either electronically or in print.
Study by SI 622 Student Group. The purpose of this survey was to perform formal user tests of the Mirlyn and MBooks interfaces to observe use of the systems in order to pinpoint potential problem areas.
The navigation and options on the current SFX menu was formally tested in hour-long sessions with end-users.
Undergraduate and graduate students worked through discovery tasks intended to test the search and retrieval of items, while faculty tested the deposit interface. (The following report also contains results from a School of Information Usability class project.)
This is an overview report, which includes brief descriptions and findings from all parts of this study and a final recommendation.
Individuals were asked to complete tasks involving labeling and navigation as well as the various types of searches available. Only a summary of this testing is available, not the full report.