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Articles from Computers in Libraries (October 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
2005 North American Quantum2 InfoStars Awards. Brief Article 114
Analyzing Web server logs to improve a site's usage. Breeding, Marshall 1936
Ask techman. Brandt, D. Scott 836
Check your tie at the door and think outside the box at AusWeb05. Huwe, Terence K. 1044
Closing the circle. Pace, Andrew K. Column 1469
Corning Museum of Glass. Brief Article 187
Designing a better subject page to make users' searches more successful: watching the way our students search--noting what makes sense to them and what doesn't--showed us exactly how to improve our subject pages. Fichter, Darlene 2798
Designing a Web site for one imaginary persona that reflects the needs of many. Cunningham, Heather Cover Story 3230
Does your library's Web site pass the usability test? Balas, Janet L. Column 1696
Facet Publishing puts out Internet Companion. 103
Include your patrons in Web design. Roberts, Gary Column 1757
Library of Congress. Brief Article 140
Medical Library Association. Brief Article 175
New-York Historical Society. Brief Article 141
OCLC, Inc. Brief Article 108
Our brains are different. Dempsey, Kathy Brief Article 350
ProQuest supports conferences, offers collection to African institutions. 144
UK eInformation Group of CILIP. Brief Article 174
Using participatory design to improve Web sites: after I digitized medieval Slavic manuscripts, I learned why there are so few Web sites about medieval studies and how participatory design can help build useful ones. Nikolova-Houston, Tatiana 3238
What we've learned from doing usability testing on OpenURL resolvers and federated search engines. Cervone, Frank 2850

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