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for Contextual Inquiry: Using Ethnographic Research to Impact your Library
Use the excitement of the fall seasons fresh start to further explore new
avenues to increase your user engagement and sign up for this excellent
LITA web course beginning September 19, 2018.
The contextual inquiry research methodology helps to better understand the
intents and motivations behind user behavior. The approach involves
in-depth, participant-led sessions where users take on the role of
educator, teaching the researcher by walking them through tasks in the
physical environment in which they typically perform them.
*Instructors*: Rachel Vacek, Head of Design & Discovery, University of
Michigan Library; and Donna Lanclos, Independent Researcher and Consultant
*September 19 – October 24, 2018*View details
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*This is a blended format web course. *The course will be delivered as 6
separate live webinar lectures, one per week. You do not have to attend
the live lectures in order to participate. The webinars will be recorded
for later viewing.
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<http://www.ala.org/lita/learning/online> for additional upcoming LITA
continuing education offerings.
*Questions or Comments?*
For all other questions or comments related to the course, contact LITA at
(312) 280-4268 or Mark Beatty, [log in to unmask]
Ally Williams, M.Ed.
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Home Office: Oakwood, Ohio
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