There was a start on a collaborative set of web standards for libraries. I
(sheepishly) admit I stopped following it, so I'm not sure of its current
status, but it might be worth a look:
On Tue, May 19, 2015 at 12:37 PM, Amy Vecchione <[log in to unmask]
> I have a few questions, and I've done some investigating, but am hoping to
> hear from your group wisdom on this topic.
> I am looking for standards that apply to the parts of library work that
> cover emerging tech, web sites, maker stuff, and/or user experience.
> I have looked at the ACRL standards for academic libraries, and think that
> I might just apply those, but not all of the performance indicators relate
> to my work: http://www.ala.org/acrl/standards/standardslibraries
> I don't think this exists, but I'm wondering if maybe you all use standards
> from some other area.
> Other standards that relate that I'm considering as benchmarks:
> accessibility like WCAG, the user experience checklist in this book:
> My goal in securing a set of standards is so that I can indicate what
> percentages of questions are coming up every semester or every year in an
> annual report to show how needs and interests fluctuate.
> Thanks in advance for considering this request, and apologies for cross
> Amy Vecchione, Digital Access Librarian/Associate Professor
> Albertsons Library, Boise State University, L212
> (208) 426-1625