Going to the Conference? Don’t miss the DLIG sponsored session!

Sure, it may SEEM a little bit early to plan which sessions you’ll attend at the 2014 ALAO Conference, but we want to make sure you don’t miss out on the DLIG sponsored session. We are incredibly excited to have Theresa DeSimio & Ximena Chrisagis presenting “Rethinking our LibGuides to Engage Our Students: Easy DIY LibGuide Usability Testing and Redesign That Works” at 11:00 in the Leopardroom. The presenters will describe how they evaluated the usability of their LibGuides, implemented a redesign using a template, and assessed the project’s outcomes – while using existing equipment and staff.

Department: Library Public Services Title: Web Services and Health Sciences Librarian Terese DeSimio is a Web Services/ Science Librarian in the Reference and Instruction Department at the Wright State University Libraries. She has an MLIS from Kent State University and a BS in Biomedical Engineering from Wright State University. With Ximena, Terese serves as one of the Distance Learning Librarians at WSU.



ximenaXimena Chrisagis is a reference and instruction librarian and also periodically works as a processing archivist at the Wright State University Libraries. She has an M.S. in Library & Information Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and an M.A. in Public History from Wright State University. In addition to her role as the subject librarian for nursing, Ximena serves with Terese as one of the Distance Learning Librarians at WSU.


About Kathleen

I'm the Coordinator of Information Services at Cincinnati State Technical & Community College, which means I'm the faculty liaison responsible for library instruction, the library's web presence, services for off-campus & distance students, collection development & management for all subject areas, and providing both f2f & virtual reference assistance. I don't get bored.
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