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Debra Lay <[log in to unmask]>
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Debra Lay <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 4 Jan 2022 13:08:33 -0500
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Hello All,
Vose Library was the lucky partner in this project and I have to give it
two thumbs up - WAY up. It's light lifting on behalf of the library with a
phenomenal report in the end; loaded with suggestions and feedback. The
students did a fantastic job with Prof. Weigle's leadership.
Be well,
Debra Lay, Library Director
Vose Library <>
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Union, ME  04862

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On Tue, Jan 4, 2022 at 1:05 PM Anastasia Weigle <[log in to unmask]>

> Hello, all in LibraryLand,
> First, I would like to wish you all a kinder and brighter 2022 year!
> I teach an upper-level course for the University of Maine at Augusta in
> their Information. LIbrary science program. The course is on users and
> their information experience. Last semester my students had the opportunity
> to participate in a usability study findings and report for a
> library website in Maine. It was a great learning experience for my
> students and a report was written for the library based on student
> findings.
> I would like to do this again for this Spring 2022 semester and was
> wondering if there is a library out there that would be willing to allow my
> students to do a library website usability study and report. If yes, email
> me off-list to: [log in to unmask]
> and we can talk about the process.
> Thank you :)
> --
> Dr. Anastasia S. Varnalis-Weigle
> [log in to unmask]
> *"Films, photos, books, clothes, music... it's all so simple at face value,
> but it has the incredible power to make us nostalgic for earlier eras we
> never grew up in.” ― Rebecca McNutt therefore, art for me is the science of
> freedom."  Joseph Beuys*