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One of the most exhaustive 2.5 day conferences I have ever attended
Very well organised & efficiently run: food/beverages etc were of a very good standard; The ? Building @ Sheffield Hallam University was a very good place to hold the conference; however as some of the rooms used for the conference were from ground to 8th floor, getting around could be challenging; also there was insufficient room to sit for lunch during the 2 days.
The attendees (197 in all) were a diverse group both in terms of work experience & cultural backgrounds. This ensured that the conference was an interesting mix and interaction was challenging. The conference itself was a time for me to pause & reflect on how I could implement UX Research in the NCI Library; It was enlightening to hear that 5 or 6 students can be used to conduct research (I would have been hung up on having to have a percentage of overall student numbers before engaging in research)
It was good to meet with Library Staff from other organisations who are implementing UX & who were more than willing to share their ideas & experiences.
Initiatives/projects: mini ones to start with
Collect & analyse email data from students & see where this leads.
Post-It Notes Boards for student feedback
Other library staff members from NCI to attend UXLib V 2019 (possibly more than 1 to get best benefit from the Conference)
UXLibs Conference 6th & 7th June 2018
Conference 6th & 7th Jun 2018 (pre conference workshop 5th June 2018)
Do you want to dance? Inclusion & belonging in libraries & beyond
Christian Lauersen Royal Danish Library : email@example.com twitter: @clauersen Blog: christianlauersen.net l instagram: @librarylovesstories. https://christianlaourensen.net
Implicit association test (IAT) sorting test on inclusivity?
Test Yourself: Project implicit, Harvard University. https://implicit.harvard.edu/