Author Archives: Mita Williams
Last weekend I attended DrupalCamp Montreal. It was a great experience. The videos of all the talks are already up so you don’t have to take my word for it. Still, I thought I’d summarize the key points that I … Continue reading
I know things seem quiet on the Leddy Library website front, but trust me, we are working away, getting our backend ready [insert bootylicious joke here], and working out interface ideas. One bit of advice that floats around those occupied … Continue reading
The fine folks at the University of Michigan recently posted a survey of library website search results, with summaries and screenshots.
I made a bit of a breakthrough in my own understanding of RDF and Drupal 7 a couple weeks ago and I’ve written about it in my personal blog here. After I reported to the web team last week that … Continue reading
For a lark, we added some Google Analytics code to our SFX menu, to see if we could make use of Google’s visualization tools for use-traffic. The good news is that it worked! Each request for an SFX menu can … Continue reading
Today I made a presentation to the Leddy Library’s Information Services Department, summarizing some statistics that we had gathered about the Leddy Library website over the last year or so. This presentation’s focus was quite narrow: How many links make … Continue reading
We are amused. (via Metadata)
Another <5 minute screencast : Introduction_to_Link_Module This was the answer to last week’s design question: How can we create a list of links from a list of nodes?
At the moment, the Leddy Library web team is tackling “design problems” to get a better feel of what sort of architecture we need to build. We are concentrating on how to replace our current A to Z list of … Continue reading
Here’s a 5 minute screencast called Intro_to_Nodesqueue_-_for_library_websites_using_Drupal.