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Designing Better Libraries is a blog about design thinking and how it applies to library settings. The goal of this blog is to provide information, news and ideas that librarians can use to design a great library user experience for their communities. Among the topics we’ll be covering are instructional design, innovation, technology design, and the application of new media to design – and of course – design thinking.


Comment from murali sundar
Posted: December 24, 2007 at 8:35 am

I am very happy to know about the blog for 21st
century library and information professionals. I would like to subscribe to the blog for which I would be very happy.
thanking you
yours faithfully
murali sundar
library professional

Comment from Martin Rayala
Posted: January 3, 2008 at 3:42 pm

I did a conference on Design Thinking at Kutztown University in November, 2007. Wish I had known about this resource then. I will be doing a one-week institute on Design Education from July 20-25, 2008 and will include this as a resource.
Great work!

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