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Virtual Environments at NCSU Libraries Josh Boyer NCSU Libraries Living the Future 8
1. Library website 2. Mobile site 3. Kiosks 4. Big screens
Channel 1: Library website
74% of searches from the home page start from the default tab
Articles: 12% Books & Media: 14% Our Website: 1%
41.5% 35.2% 7.8% 5.5%
Top search terms
web of science, citation builder, refworks, jstor, google scholar, pubmed, petition, ieee, naxos, etd, course reserves, science, gis, tripsaver, academic search premier, harvard business review, eric, citation, thesis
Query Distribution Spring 2011
Books & Articles across the semester
C&RL Article Preprint: go.ncsu.edu/librarysearch
Usability test results Overall success rate: 81% Find Articles success rate: 95%
Channel 2: Library mobile site
Mobile site version 1
Mobile site version 2
Mobile site version 3
Average unique users per day Website: 4,740 Mobile: 102
James B. Hunt Jr. Library
Channel 3: Kiosks
Channel 4: Big (!) Screens
Josh Boyer NCSU Libraries
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