Tuesday, September 30, 2008

New American Library Association Website

The American Library Association (ALA) has launched a major upgrade of its website.

Among the highlights:
  • A home page banner, with dropdown shortcuts to frequently requested areas of the site
  • A news section with a three-tab structure for information about the ALA, library-related legislation and advocacy, and U.S. and world news affecting libraries. News is updated frequently, using RSS feeds
  • A new information architecture that doesn’t require users to be familiar with internal ALA structure in order to browse successfully
  • A Google search appliance
Old bookmarks may sometimes no longer work.

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 12:02 pm


Blogger SafeLibraries® said...

"Old bookmarks may sometimes no longer work."

That is bad. I have tried to encourage them to fix that.

10:37 am  

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