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Design for Findability: metadata, metrics and collaboration on LOC.gov

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UXPA 2013 Annual Conference Friday July 12, 2013 3:00pm - 4:00pm ET by Jill MacNeice ...

UXPA 2013 Annual Conference Friday July 12, 2013 3:00pm - 4:00pm ET by Jill MacNeice

The Library of Congress has 2.2 million digitized searchable items online, including 89,000 web pages, and catalog records, books, musical scores, films, newspapers and 1 million plus images.

How does anyone ever find anything?

In Design for Findability, I’ll talk about what the Library of Congress is doing on the interface, in the back end, and at the institutional level, to make content and objects on LOC.gov more findable. And I invite you to share your own efforts to enhance findability on your sites. The goal is to create a framework for findability that be used for many different types of sites.

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