Capping Exercise

Mini Library Web Design Project -- LIS 534
Dr. Lisa Given -- Instructor
The Users: Kalamalka Public Library

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The Organization

The Users

Visual Map
 Adobe pdf

The Website

Reflective Paper

User Assessment:

The region of the Okanagan where the Kalamalka Public Library is situated is populated largely by retirees and young families. The area also has a large transitory population in the summer, when tourists flock to the region to enjoy the hot climate and the many different forms of recreation available.

The Okanagan also has many small businesses which cater to tourists, a large orchard farming community, many wineries and dairy farms. The Kalamalka Public Library serves the needs of all users by offering a diverse collection to satisy the varied interests and needs of the user population.

The primary users then include local residents of the community, small business as well as the farming/winery community, and the tourists who make use of the resources and services offered.

As well, Kalamalka is part of a larger community in central British Columbia situated along the Okanagan Lake, which stretches over one hundred miles and the region encompasses numerous small communities. It is expected that many members of these smaller communities will also be users of this website and of the library itself.

This website was designed by Janice Banser in order to complete the requirements of LIS 600
for the School of Library and Information Studies, at the University of Alberta
Last updated July 18, 2005.