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Designing for Digital is a two-day conference packed with intensive, hands-on workshops and informative sessions meant to help educate and expose library and information professionals to colleagues working on user experience, discovery, design and usability projects inside and outside of libraries, drawing expertise from the tech and education communities, as well as from peers.

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Courtney Greene McDonald

Indiana University
Head of Discovery & Research Services
Courtney Greene McDonald is Head of the Discovery & Research Services department at the Indiana University Bloomington Libraries. She has presented and written on a variety of topics, most recently on discovery tools and user experience on mobile services for libraries, including co-authoring a book, The Anywhere Library: A Primer for the Mobile Web. Most recently, Courtney authored Putting the User First: 30 Strategies for Transforming Library Services. She earned her Master of Library Science degree, as well as a BA in English and Journalism, from Indiana University-Bloomington, and holds a Master of Science in Human-Computer Interaction from DePaul University in Chicago.

My Speakers Sessions

Wednesday, February 25
 

1:00pm CST

Designing for Users First: Creating the User-Centered Library Salon E

 
Thursday, February 26
 

10:15am CST