[Libs-Or] OLA Quarterly Fall 2016 Issue - Call for submissions!
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UX in Oregon Libraries
The fall issue of OLA Quarterly is dedicated to exploring user
experience practices in Oregon libraries. By user experience, we mean
looking at the whole of a user's experience with a library as well as
the human-computer interaction. What are you doing in your library to
enhance the user's experience? What tools is your library using or
experimenting with? How do you assess the user experience? What has
worked and what hasn't worked? This issue is about the state of user
experience in Oregon libraries.
The fall issue guest editor is Joe Marquez. He is the Web Services librarian at the Reed College Library.
If you are interested in writing for OLA-Q, please submit your
ideas (title and a brief description) via email to the guest editor for
review. The guest editor will review submissions and respond to all
authors in a timely manner.
He can be reached at jmarquez at reed.edu. Please add "OLA-Q" in the subject line of your email.
Deadlines: All ideas for articles are due by August 15. If your
idea is selected, final drafts of articles will be required by October
15. The fall issue will be out on November 15.
The article length averages 1,000 to 2,500 words. OLAQ authors
retain the rights to their articles, and some have gone on to publish in
magazines such as American Libraries.
For more information, see: http://commons.pacificu.edu/olaq/author_instructions.html
To take a look at the current issue, see: http://commons.pacificu.edu/olaq/vol22/iss1/
OLA Quarterly Coordinator
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