Although the redesign of any website inherently carries some risks, probably the most notable of which is making major changes to a resource that is already familiar to its users, the ever-evolving nature of the internet and the emergence of web 2.0 1 concepts makes an update desirable, if not necessary. Website success can often be traced back to several important concepts, including simplicity in design , logical organization and navigation , media richness , and interactivity 2 . In that vein, the new site should be more intuitive to navigate , and organized to facilitate ease of finding information for all levels of user experience. There should be a focus on technologies enabling communication and interactivity throughout the site, and access to resources and services should be seamless 3 .
Sources :  McFedries, P. (2006). The Web, Take Two. IEEE Spectrum, 43(6), 68-68 .  Palmer, J. (2002). Web Site Usability, Design, and Performance Metrics. Information Systems Research, 13(2) , 151-167 .  ACRLog: Formula for Academic Library Success ( http://acrlblog.org/2007/05/14/formula-for-academic-library-success/ )
What technologies are the students and professors already using? Let’s bring the library to them (without investing in new technology just because it’s “new and cool”)…
Can we find a way for professors to create course/subject pages with important links, or a way for professors to contribute to our “resources by discipline” (since they are the subject-specialists) [Course Resource Wiki]
How can we get the users to the content they need?