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Monday, March 9
 

9:45am CDT

D03 (Seminar): Access Denied: Improving Library Digital Accessibility
This seminar is available to in-person attendees in Austin only. It will not be viewable via the Online Conference. 

Yes, we all know that accessibility is important. No one would argue that, but are you writing accessible Word documents and reference guides? Are you creating accessible tutorials? This seminar will walk you through the top accessibility mistakes we make as creators and how to fix them. I will also demonstrate a few free tools to check for accessibility issues. You will leave this seminar feeling confident in your abilities to implement accessibility best practices.

Attendees are encouraged to bring their laptops to this session for hands on practice.

Speakers
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Darlene Aguilar

Instructional Design Librarian, Loyola Marymount University


Monday March 9, 2020 9:45am - 11:30am CDT
Room 301
  1. Tools and Methods

1:00pm CDT

Workshop: No Code, No Problem: Build Your First Voice UI!
This workshop is available to in-person attendees in Austin only. It will not be viewable via the Online Conference. 

Join voice developers from NPR in a workshop to build a Voice UI. Learn the tools that we use to brainstorm, design, and develop a fun application that you can fully interact with. Bring a computer, some enthusiasm, and maybe that question you always wanted to ask a Voice Assistant. No prior coding experience required!

UPDATE: Here is a link to the slides - https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Eq8gXl1mwAXaC2ksOLWh9ZaOQYUAmL4GMXZDywskN-g/edit?usp=sharing

Speakers
avatar for Bina Zafar

Bina Zafar

Senior Software Engineer, NPR
Bina Zafar is a senior full-stack developer at NPR.  She is a member of the Voice Platforms team, where she is currently focused on the development of NPR’s Alexa skills. Over the years, she has worked on a variety of projects for NPR, developing tools for content management, publishing... Read More →
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Kris Kagei

Voice Developer, NPR
Kris Kagei is a voice developer at NPR. Working in the emerging platform space grants her the opportunity within the tech industry to think about how to make information about the world we live in more accessible, all while building apps, learning from incredible mentors, and most... Read More →



Monday March 9, 2020 1:00pm - 5:00pm CDT
Room 301
  4. Trends + Emerging Issues + the Future of Design
 
Tuesday, March 10
 

9:00am CDT

Workshop: Coding and Clustering User Research Data
This workshop is available to in-person attendees in Austin only. It will not be viewable via the Online Conference. 

In this workshop, we will introduce open coding and clustering as a way to analyze qualitative research data, and participants will have the chance to practice using interview transcripts and open-ended survey responses. Participants will also have the opportunity to discuss issues and challenges in analyzing qualitative data.

Following this session, participants will be able to
  1. Code qualitative research data (e.g. interviews) as part of a team.
  2. Understand how individual perspectives affect interview coding.
  3. Create affinity maps to explore research data and present easy-to-communicate summaries of complex research.
  4. Cluster research data algorithmically.
  5. Understand the relative advantages and disadvantages of algorithmic vs. manual clustering.

Speakers
avatar for Emma Boettcher

Emma Boettcher

User Experience Resident Librarian, University of Chicago Library
avatar for John Jung

John Jung

Programmer/Analyst, University of Chicago Library


Tuesday March 10, 2020 9:00am - 12:00pm CDT
Room 301
  1. Tools and Methods

1:30pm CDT

Workshop: Understanding Library Metadata for Design & UX
Please bring a laptop to this session as you will be working within Zoom with a remote instructor. 

This workshop is available to in-person attendees in Austin only. It will not be viewable via the Online Conference platform. 

https://yale.zoom.us/j/496782488

This workshop teaches the fundamentals of library metadata standards and practices from the perspective of designing user interfaces. We cover standard descriptive practices from cataloging and digital collections and how they are frequently implemented. Finally, we will explore strategies for testing the impact and effectiveness of metadata choices on user experience.

Following this session, participants will be able to: 
  1. discuss the impact of metadata standards and practices on design and functionality.
  2. identify strategies for isolating the effect of metadata from the effects of other design features. 

Speakers
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Jeanette Norris

Brown University


Tuesday March 10, 2020 1:30pm - 4:30pm CDT
Room 301
  2. UX in Practice
 


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