The Library Web Committee is pleased to announce the launch of the new and improved library website. The updated site is the result of more than seven months of planning, usability study, analysis, design, and migration of pages. Our goal is to provide users quick and efficient access to the library's many services and vast learning and teaching resources through the website.
The updated site features tabbed search forms for major library resources on the homepage, so that the most frequently used resources such as library catalog, journals, and databases are in the center of the page. Other highlights on the homepage include newly added Research & Writing help section, dynamic news feed, and thelibrary site search on the bottom of left side navigation. In addition, site navigation structure and labeling are improved based on the library usability study.
The site will be launching tomorrow, Wednesday, August 26. Please visit the new site and tell us what you think. Your comments and suggestions will help improve the site in the future as we constantly seek to improve services and maximize our user experiences. We are especially grateful to the Web Communication and CNS staff for their collaboration and efforts in making this project successful.