The members of the Curricular Technology team would like to get some feedback from the rest of LIS on our new website, if you are so inclined. The basis for the information architecture is a three-pronged approach: what you can do (Uses), what you need to do it (Tools), and how are other people doing it (Stories). Not everything is fleshed-out yet, but for examples, see: Uses>Audio>Music notation or Tools>Voice recorders or Buzzwords> Blog. Here are some of the points on which we are waffling:
- The labels / descriptions under the various Uses. Are they too wordy? Can a user find what they are looking for?
- The left-hand menu under Uses – should it appear at all?
We welcome your comments, thoughts, suggestions, accolades, applause, donations, etc.