Gain tangible, flexible, and evidence-based methods to immediately begin collecting and using data to inform your learning commons design. Kristin Meyer, User Experience Librarian, will show you how Grand Valley State University collected user driven data to improve its spaces. You will learn how you can adapt those methods to your unique institutional context and improve your own learning commons.
Throughout the online training you will have the opportunity to look at photos of learning commons spaces to better visualize the topics discussed.
Tools for Gathering User Data
In addition to the live webcast, your registration will give you access to a valuable resource packet that will help jumpstart your data-gathering effort. This packet includes:
- Information on 6+ different user research techniques that you can use with tips for implementing the technique
- A step-by-step guide to identifying and using each step of the human centered design process
Who Should Attend
This program is ideal for those who are in the visioning or planning phase of a library learning commons, or those looking for a way to collect data within their current budget to inform space decisions.