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Presentations from 2018 Annual Conference

The slides used by the speakers at the 2018 annual conference “Engaging Users”, held on 24th April 2018 at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, have been made available for download.

1 –  Keynote: ‘As you like it: translating student feedback into the design of the new library building’ Matthew Brooke and Helen Rimmer, Royal Holloway University of London

2 – ‘Using audience response systems to enhance student engagement and learning in information literacy teaching’ Paula Funnell, Queen Mary University of London

3 – ‘Listen!: Exploring the experiences of marginalised and silenced users’ David Clover, University of East London

4 – ‘Excellence in Engagement: the “Essex” 10-step Programme to Transform Users into Partners’ Emma Wisher and Stephanie Gibson, University of Essex

5 – Pecha Kucha roll part I

  • ‘Measuring visitor satisfaction’ Rachel Ashtari, Drill Hall Library
  • ‘What about us?  UX = Staff 2’ Regina Everitt, SOAS
  • ‘Introducing the human touch to information provision: Human Book Events at Middlesex University’ Vanessa Hill & Monna Rizvi, Middlesex University

5 – Pecha Kucha roll part II

  • ‘Games for learning – initial experiences’ Beate Follmann, St Mary’s University Twickenham
  • ‘Designing fit for purpose roaming’ Jaimee McRoberts, The British Library

6 –  ‘Owl about that? Using birds of prey to engage students with library support’ Ruth Houghton and Laura Newman, Middlesex University

7 –  ‘New methods, new partners: the impact of a collaborative student/staff UX project’ (Robert Elves (staff) and Kateryna Ivanova (user), Kingston University