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With thanks to the following photographers:...

With thanks to the following photographers:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jamesjordan/2156231039/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/lrargerich/2984777106/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/denismessie/3358731801/

And to the University of Ottawa,McMaster Univ. Library, Queen's Univ. Library, University of Toronto Libraries, Drexel Univ. Library, and the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill library.

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Website Redesign Website Redesign Presentation Transcript

  • the new website will soon be here…
  • where do I start? what should I do?
  • our wireframes
  • today’s hours
  • System uptime
  • Library 101
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  • Reserves by course
  • noise reporting
  • libcam
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  • lab stats
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  • catalogue, etc.
  • library search
  • How do I…
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  • reference blog feed chat space discussion board subject-specific search dept. news past exams collections news bio blog data hours how do I…
  • vision statement
    • The Library's website is a dynamic and user-driven virtual extension of the library that uses technology to access, communicate and deliver resources, tools, services, spaces and expertise in support of teaching, learning and research.
  • vision statement
    • The library's website is a user-driven digital manifestation of the library in all its services, space, resources, and people. It seeks to be engaging, useful, interactive, and dynamic based on the teaching, learning, and research needs of patrons.
  • imagine…