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Daniel Tracy

Daniel Tracy

Information Sciences and Digital Humanities Librarian and Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Daniel G. Tracy is the Information Sciences and Digital Humanities Librarian and Assistant Professor at the University Library at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His work involves liaising with faculty and students in the information sciences and providing consultations and instruction related to digital scholarship projects in coordination the library’s Office of Research. He serves on the advisory group and curriculum committee for the Association of Research Libraries Digital Scholarship Institute, where he co-teaches on multimodal publishing. His research focuses on the user experience of authors and readers of digital publications, particularly ebooks and experimental publishing interfaces.

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Just how good (or how bad) are the Web-based interfaces encountered by library users these days? Having invested in the creation of significant digital collections, how can libraries enhance usage of those collections? How do scholars and students (especially those working remotely) expect to engage with this content online? What should the interfaces be designed to support? Is there a baseline that has been established? What room exists for innovation in the user experience (UX) and user interface (UI)?

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