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Participate in a library study and get a $10 Barnes & Noble gift card

January 25, 2016
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Last semester the Libraries released a new library catalog. Now, we’re looking for a few student volunteers to help us test it out. All you have to do is complete a series of tasks while sharing your thoughts aloud and having your responses recorded. Your feedback will be used to guide important improvements to the catalog and make it easier to use. Best of all, you don’t even have to come to the library! You can participate from anywhere. All you need is an internet-connected computer with a microphone. In exchange for your help, we’ll send you a $10 Barnes & Noble gift card.

If you’re interested in participating, sign up at http://bit.ly/uxlibcat. But you’ll need to act fast because this offer ends February 15, 2015 (or while supplies last).

Your feedback is very valuable to us and your participation in this study will help shape the next generation of great library services.