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  • Askey, Dale (2010)
    Posits that the five laws of library science propagated by Ranganathan have mutated over the years, leading to dysfunction in our relations with users.
  • Unknown author (Kansas State University, 1927)
  • Duever, Meagan; Nash, Marc; Coleman, Jason; Coleman, Tara; Littrell, Laurel; Singh, Harleen (Kansas State University. Libraries, 2013)
    K-State Libraries employ a user-centered approach to web design that makes our website easy to navigate, sought out by users, valid in content, and reliable in currency of information. This usability test was a study of ...
  • Duever, Meagan; Nash, Marc; Coleman, Tara; Farmer, Diana; Healy, Heather; Lenz, Holger (Kansas State University. Libraries, 2013)
    K-State Libraries employs a user-centered approach to web design that makes our website easy to navigate, sought out by users, valid in content, and reliable in currency of information. This usability test conducted during ...
  • Ireton, Daniel; Pitts, Joelle; Ward, Benjamin D. (2014)
    In order to create innovative pathways to services and resources, the authors propose placing a “game-layer” on top of the library, luring new patrons with the potential of playing an Alternate/Augmented Reality Game (ARG). ...
  • Unknown author (Kansas State University, 1885)
  • Ekart, Donna F. (2008)
    How to get the information you publish elsewhere to the places your users are looking by using RSS feeds and a few simple tools to customize library computer desktops.
  • Ekart, Donna F. (2009)
    Librarians are increasingly responsible for publishing information to the web. What tools are out there to help create meaningful research guides for your students and faculty?
  • Ekart, Donna F. (2008)
    ERMs are the future of serials management for academic libraries, but no one is quite sure what that future will look like. Lessons learned during Verde ERM implementation from K-State Libraries at Kansas State University.
  • Askey, Dale (2008)
    Librarians are among the strongest proponents of open source software. Paradoxically, libraries are also among the least likely to actively contribute their code to open source projects. This article identifies and discusses ...
  • Ekart, Donna F; Furrey, Jennifer; Urton, Ellen R (Routledge, 2009)
    K-State Libraries found itself in the interesting position of a simultaneous hiring boom and organizational redesign that threatened to leave a large group of new employees adrift without guidance from an HR director or ...