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  • StevenB: Perhaps some do. I know of faculty who worked in shared offices who were productive researchers and got...
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Archive for category Visual Communication

Making Eye Contact Makes a Difference

What’s the first thing you do when making a personal connection with a community member? If it’s not eye contact then you need to rethink your steps of service. Librarians should not underestimate the importance that good eye contact plays in getting a service transaction off to the right start at every personal touch point [...]

UX And Sketching – Two Videos Worth Your Time

One thing you can say about the design community is that do produce a good number of instructional videos. I don’t mean instructional in the sense that they were created to teach new skills. Many of the videos are conference presentations or interviews with the experts. I’ve learned a good deal about design topics and [...]