JSTOR LABS: Reimagining the Digital Monograph: Design Thinking to Build New Tools for Researchers

« Can we improve the digital experience and value of the long-form scholarly argument?

The JSTOR Labs group, an experimental product development team at JSTOR (itself one of the scholarly content platforms that host digital monographs), undertook a user research and design process in order to better understand the wide variety of needs, behaviors, frustrations, and ambitions users bring to the task of reading scholarly

books online, and to explore possible new paths to unlocking the value of

the long-form argument in a digital environment. (…) »

source > labs.jstor.org, Alex Humphreys, Christina Spencer et al., 13 décembre 2016