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from MARC to BIBFRAME [!] - oster for #infoshow2018 by Sarah Adams

from MARC to BIBFRAME [!]

This poster seeks to overview, briefly, MARC’s limitations, the history of the transition away from MARC toward BIBFRAME, the functionality of BIBFRAME, and the opportunities and challenges presented by BIBFRAME.

#Hashtags: Folksonomic Metadata, Social Media Paralanguage, Marketing Appropriation

Our research briefly examines the evolution of hashtags from an online organizational tool to a cultural phenomenon that serves a rhetorical function as a paralinguistic communication method. We include an analysis of the role of hashtags as image annotation metadata and as a framework for digital library taxonomies.

Generate New York 2017 Conference Panel Discussion

The seven participants of this panel, in addition to myself, attended this year’s Generate New York conference as a group. This trip was put together by UXPA@Pratt and was paid for by the GSEF Committee. We’ll be discussing some key takeaways and common themes from this year’s conference.

Responsive Re-design of the Voorheesville Public Library Website

A full user-centered re-design of the Voorheesville Public Library website, starting from user research and persona development through card sorting and tree testing the information architecture and finishing at a responsive digital prototype.

Website Re-design for the Institute of Jazz Studies

The Institute of Jazz Studies at Rutgers University is “the world’s foremost jazz archive and research facility.” To help the IJS make its one-of-a-kind collection even more accessible, our group completed a user-centered redesign of the IJS site.

The MTA-Team – Website Re-design for the New York Transit Museum

The user-centered process of re-designing the website for the New York Transit Museum, including content inventory, competitive review, user research and testing, and paper and digital prototyping. Full design story at http://mtateam.wordpress.com/

Team Slice – Re-Designing the Website of the Bronx County Historical Society

This design story documents the process of redesigning the Bronx County Historical (BCHS) website. BCHS presents a wide range of historical materials, is active in fundraising, and hosts monthly public events. It places a great deal of importance on its website in promoting its mission and sharing its resources, but does so in a crowded digital environment. New York City is home to many historical and cultural organizations that are in competition with BCHS for attention and fundraising dollars.

We’re From Geocities – Website Re-Design of “The National Film Preservation Board”

A story of how We’re From Geocities, a design team from Pratt Institute, used information architecture and interaction design best practices to re-design the website of National Film Preservation Board.

The Desk Set – Website Re-design of “The Grolier Club”

The Desk Set, a design team made up of library and information specialists, applied information architecture and interaction design best practices to a website re-design of The Grolier Club.

My Name is #### : Creating a Naming Convention for Shared Files in the Library

What is in a name? Why do we need naming conventions in the first place? A naming convention is one of those things that people take for granted….

The Re-Designed Information Architecture of Sean Casey Animal Rescue

The SafetyNet team proposed a complete re-design of the Sean Casey Animal Rescue website, including a completely overhauled information architecture and user interface. Project work included a content…

Hispanic Society of America Website Redesign

The DDJJ team proposed a complete re-design of the Hispanic Society of America website, including a completely overhauled information architecture and user interface. Project work included a content…

IA Works Redesign of the I Need A Library Job Website

IA Works proposed redesigning the I Need A Library Job website. Our goal was to make the website more user-friendly with a greater emphasis on showcasing job listings,…

Remaking the Website for the Bibliographical Society of America

Throughout the Fall 2013 semester, Lauren Reinhalter, Rob Hudson and Laura Brown (RHB), redesigned the Bibliographical Society of America (BSA) website. RHB’s goal in the redesign was to…

Warp and Weft: Weaving together American Textile Collections

Warp and Weft is a linked data website collecting textiles from the Met and Cooper-Hewitt. We will cover the stages of a LOD-LAM project, from the underlying data model, to converting records into RDF triples, and building the Drupal website.

Oddball Film and Video Website Redesign Project

Our team selected a website and performed a redesign using information architecture and user design principles. Throughout the semester we created comparative reviews, site maps, user research and…

Community Design: West 104th Street Block Association

The Community Design team proposed a complete re-design of the West 104th Street Block Association website, including a completely overhauled information architecture and user interface. Project work included…

Brooklyn Borough President Website Redesign

The LUX team proposed a complete re-design of the Brooklyn Borough President’s website. This proposed redesign followed a series of steps beginning with an analysis of the current…

Adamo Art Gallery Website Redesign Project

The Corn Huskers design team proposed a complete re-design of the Adamo Art Gallery website, including a completely overhauled information architecture and user interface. Project work included a…