Title of Presentation

From 3x5 to LCD: Considerations and How-tos for Conducting Online Card Sort Studies

Presentation Type

Lightning Talk

Conference Track

Other

Description

What is an online card sort and why use it? Why not? What should libraries consider when designing usability studies that incorporate online card sort methods? Using a recent experience conducting an online card sort study as a framework, the pros and cons of conducting online card sort studies will be examined, and practical tips and how-to knowledge will be offered.

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Start Date

8-2-2013 3:05 PM

End Date

8-2-2013 4:00 PM

Persistent Identifier

http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/20048

Subjects

User interfaces (Computer systems) -- Testing, Human-computer interaction, Academic libraries

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From 3x5 to LCD: Considerations and How-tos for Conducting Online Card Sort Studies

What is an online card sort and why use it? Why not? What should libraries consider when designing usability studies that incorporate online card sort methods? Using a recent experience conducting an online card sort study as a framework, the pros and cons of conducting online card sort studies will be examined, and practical tips and how-to knowledge will be offered.