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This post was in response to a question of the JISC Evidence Based Health List on the JISC network. The poster wanted to know the core database for
searching the Web of Science list of journals specifically in the field of Sports Medicine.

I provided this response.

The list of journals you mention and also the Scopus owned SciMogo journal lists by subject do not correspond as far as I know to a specific database. The closest in the sense of providing in depth sport science journal coverage is Sport Discus which is owned by EbscoHost and is available at a substantial number of colleges. However, Sport Discus also provides in depth coverage of areas like sports management, sports facilities, recreation and more.

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SPORTDiscus with Full Text

Database Coverage List of Journal Titles

https://www.ebscohost.com/titleLists/s4h-coverage.htm

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SPORTDiscus with Full Text

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https://www.ebscohost.com/titleLists/s4h-subject.htm

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SCIMOGO FROM SCOPUS

http://guides.temple.edu/FacultyCredentialing/faculty-scimago-scopus

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SCIMAGO

Sports Science (129 Journals)

http://tinyurl.com/q74g67f

But it is my considered opinion that only looking at coverage of a specific group of journals with no very strong reason for doing so is not an optimum method of searching.  If one views the database list for my research guides in which I show a list databases that have content in the topic of the guide, a search of some core terms and phrases and the number of search hits found for them illustrates the usefulness of that database in that field.  Here is the a link to the database list for my sports management research guide. Unfortunately for this post I did not include terminology related to sports medicine.

http://tinyurl.com/jmgf77v

Also many of my posts on my Sport-Med list on JISC and elsewhere show links to publically available databases on sport medicine related topics such as these databases, Trip, Pubmed, PogoFrog, Google Scholar, Google Books, Temple Summon Search.

https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?A0=sport-med

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To see links to searches posted on the Sport-Med lists and blogs, please try these links. Keep in mind that a sizable group of databases have a significant amount of information on or related to sport medicine topics.

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http://tinyurl.com/zlcyzmf

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Consider these facts as well.  Google Scholar has a “cited by” link that can lead to hundreds or even thousands of sources cited by links in result numbers shown by the clicking the link although Google never shows more than 1,000 hits per search on a specific Google database. Also at institutions that subscribe to the Web of Science database for those logged into those college networks, Google Scholar has a link to Web of Science indexed articles citing the source above this link in the original search results. All sources cited in the highly cited journals covered by Web of Science are peer reviewed.  Temple Summon Search can cover if requested all publications and sources cited in their entire system and one can limit to only peer reviewed sources in ones search results by clicking that option on the left side bar.

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By the way the Trip database only indexes evidence based sources.  The benefits of these public databases alone makes ignoring them and only using the core databases in the field being searched, in my judgement and experience a very serious mistake.  For example, form the field of social work, an article comparing Scopus, Web of Science and Google Scholar for citation analysis in social work is indexed in Engineering Village, published in the Journal of Academic Librarianship and NOT INDEXED by either Social Work Abstracts or Social Services Abstracts which do not index that journal. How many faculty members in social work would want to read such an article?

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How many on this list would think with complete horror at the idea of using web search Google for serious research topics?

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Please consider these links.

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http://tinyurl.com/hmtgh7v

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http://tinyurl.com/zjwxxnf

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Search of Google Scholar for Sports Medicine, A Large Group of Sources

http://tinyurl.com/jjgo8ot

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Subject: MEDICAL: DISEASES: ZIKA VIRUS: Zika Virus Resource FROM: National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine
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MEDICAL: DISEASES: ZIKA VIRUS: 

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Virus Variation Resource is an integrative, value-added resource designed to support the retrieval, display and analysis of large virus sequence datasets.

The Virus Variation Resource includes several viruses and undergoes constant growth and improvement.

Specialized Influenza Virus Resource help documents and publications are also maintained.

How to cite The Virus Variation Resource

Virus Variation Resource – recent updates and future directions. Brister JR, Bao Y, Zhdanov SA, Ostapchuck Y, Chetvernin V, Kiryutin B, Zaslavsky L, Kimelman M, Tatusova TA. Nucleic Acids Res. 2014 Jan; 42(Database issue):D660-5. doi: 10.1093/nar/gkt1268. Epub 2013 Dec 4.

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Virus Variation Resources for the individual viruses (right column) and help documents with supporting resources (left column) are linked through the Viral Variation Resource home page.

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Vertical Transmission of Zika Virus in Aedes aegypti Mosquitoes.

Thangamani S, Huang J, Hart CE, Guzman H, Tesh RB.

Am J Trop Med Hyg. 2016 Aug 29. pii: 16-0448. [Epub ahead of print]

PMID: 27573623

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Zika virus – reigniting the TORCH.

Coyne CB, Lazear HM.

Nat Rev Microbiol. 2016 Aug 30. doi: 10.1038/nrmicro.2016.125. [Epub ahead of print]

PMID: 27573577

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Infectious disease: 3D structure of Zika virus protease.

Crunkhorn S.

Nat Rev Drug Discov. 2016 Aug 30;15(9):604. doi: 10.1038/nrd.2016.168. No abstract available.

PMID: 27573233

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Zika circumnavigates the globe to go for gold.

Griffiths P.

Rev Med Virol. 2016 Aug 30. doi: 10.1002/rmv.1901. [Epub ahead of print] No abstract available.

PMID: 27573074

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Clinical Update on Dengue, Chikungunya, and Zika: What We Know at the Time of Article Submission.

Liu LE, Dehning M, Phipps A, Swienton RE, Harris CA, Klein KR.

Disaster Med Public Health Prep. 2016 Aug 30:1-10. [Epub ahead of print]

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Zika Virus: A Review of Management Considerations and Controversies at Six Months.

Singer L, Vest KG, Beadling CW.

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Don’t wait to share data on Zika.

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Xu M, Lee EM, Wen Z, Cheng Y, Huang WK, Qian X, Tcw J, Kouznetsova J, Ogden SC, Hammack C, Jacob F, Nguyen HN, Itkin M, Hanna C, Shinn P, Allen C, Michael SG, Simeonov A, Huang W, Christian KM, Goate A, Brennand KJ, Huang R, Xia M, Ming GL, Zheng W, Song H, Tang H.

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Zika: As an emergent epidemic.

Wahid B, Ali A, Rafique S, Idrees M.

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Doctors at a hospital in Gainesville, Florida, recently separated conjoined twin girls with the help of 3-D printing, University of Florida Health (UF Health) announced this week.

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Though the procedure happened in June, hospital officials and the twins’ parents only decided to make an announcement this Wednesday, according to UF Health media relations coordinator Rossana Passaniti.

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She told ABC News today they wanted to make sure the twins were well into their recovery before sharing news of the successful separation. The parents, Mark and Jacquelyn (who wished not to be identified by their last names), decided “now was a good time” since they were preparing to finally get to take their girls home.

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Conjoined twin girls who were connected at the heart and other organs have been successfully separated in an extremely rare surgery performed by physicians at University Florida Health Shands Childrens Hospital.

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The girls, who were born at UF Health Shands Hospital in April and separated in June, each had their own complete set of organs but were attached at the liver, diaphragm, sternum and heart, called a thoraco-omphalopagus connection. Their hearts were the most critical element of the separation, according to Dr. Mark Bleiweis, M.D., chief of pediatric and congenital cardiovascular surgery at UF Health and the surgeon who performed the heart separation. The twins shared a connection at the upper chamber of the heart, called the atrium, where blood enters the heart.

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It was a really complex connection because it was close to very important veins in the hearts of both babies, Bleiweis said. In the world, there have not been many successful separations with a cardiac connection. It became a very challenging planning process for us, and, ultimately, a challenging separation.

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Dr. Jennifer Co-Vu, M.D., FAAP, specializes in fetal cardiac care. She first studied the physiology of the unborn twins during an hourslong ultrasound in Jacquelyns 21st week of pregnancy and she told the parents she thought that not only would the babies survive birth, they also would survive after they were born. The parents had two options: to attempt separation, or to be prepared to raise conjoined twins, Co-Vu said.

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When I saw the heart structures and liver structures in utero, I had a feeling that we could separate them, but I had to examine the anatomy more closely and consult with my cardiology colleagues at the UF Health Congenital Heart Center, said Co-Vu, director of the Fetal Cardiac Program. I was able to give them hope, yet at the same time, I told them I was cautiously optimistic.  We are very fortunate that this was a success.

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Conjoined twins occur only in about 1 in 200,000 live births. Between 40 and 60 percent of conjoined twins are stillborn, and 35 percent who live through birth survive only one day, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. Only about 5 to 25 percent of conjoined twins survive, and survival of twins connected at the heart is extremely rare. In cases where the hearts are joined, the decision is often made to not do separation surgery in cases where there is a connection at the heart.

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In addition to being joined at the heart, the girls also shared a large, fused liver, according to Saleem Islam, M.D., M.P.H., chief of the division of pediatric surgery in the UF College of Medicine.

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The liver, from all of the imaging we obtained both before the babies birth and after they were born, indicated that it was almost like one giant liver without any true plane of separation, Islam said.

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Without a clear picture of how to separate the liver before the surgery took place, Islam and his team had to use a method called intraoperative ultrasound to guide the separation. Using this method, Islam looked for areas of the joined liver that were free from large blood vessels.

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Conjoined twins defy death with surgery that separates their hearts

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Dr. Jennifer Co-Vu, the girls cardiologist at University of Florida Health, said she saw the parents when they had already been told by at least two high-risk obstetricians that based on the studies and literature, mortality is extremely high  if not almost 100 percent, as quoted by one paper  if there is connection in the heart.

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But she saw a glimmer of hope.

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The way they were connected in the upper chambers, one in the right atrium connected to the other in the left atrium, from what I saw from that moment on, we could separate babies, said Co-Vu, clinical assistant professor in the department of pediatrics and director of the hospitals Fetal Cardiac Program. There was a possibility of surgery.

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The risks were still high. One or both babies could die.

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Doctors told Clark two days before Christmas that her babies might live only a few hours. A month after hearing that grim news, she wrote in an online journal she kept of her experience about the glimmer of hope she received from Co-Vu.

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The doctor started drawing pictures and explaining anatomy of the hearts. She said our girls have two fully formed hearts. They are just attached, she wrote. She went through the whole list of pieces and parts, and they have them all. The right size, and where they are supposed to be.

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She said, they are the most complete and balanced conjoined twins not only has she ever seen, but had been able to research.

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From there, it was all about waiting. And hope.

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The girls were born the morning of April 12.

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They came out holding onto each other, like in a hug, Clark wrote in her journal. And it was beyond precious.

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They were connected at the liver, diaphragm, sternum and the upper chamber of the heart, known as a thoraco-omphalopagus connection. At 2 months old, doctors operated.

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One of the technologies that helped Scarlett and Savannah was considered experimental just a few years ago.

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At the American Heart Associations Scientific Sessions 2014 conference, Dr. Matthew Bramlet presented research about some of the first cases where 3-dimensional printed models of the heart were used to help surgeons treat heart birth defects.

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Typically, doctors use 2D images taken by X-ray, ultrasound and MRI for surgical planning. But now, with these images as a guide, doctors can use high-tech printers to build detailed 3D models from materials such as plaster or ceramic to help give more detail and reveal even the most complicated structural abnormalities.

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In two years, the use of 3-D printing in medicine is growing exponentially, moving from experimental use to breaking new ground. The models are used in surgery pre-planning, determining the best treatment, and how and where to operate.

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Date: Thu, 1 Sep 2016 06:21:19 -0500
From: Laura Carlson <lcarlson@d.umn.edu>
To: webdev <webdev@d.umn.edu>
Subject: [webdev] Web Design Update: September 1, 2016

+++ WEB DESIGN UPDATE.

– Volume 15, Issue 10, September 1, 2016.

An email newsletter to distribute news and information about web
design and development.

++ISSUE 10 CONTENTS.

SECTION ONE: New references.

What’s new at the Web Design Reference site?

http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/

New links in these categories:

01: ACCESSIBILITY.

02: CASCADING STYLE SHEETS.

03: EVALUATION & TESTING.

04: EVENTS.

05: INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE.

06: JAVASCRIPT.

07: MISCELLANEOUS.

08: USABILITY.

SECTION TWO:

09: What Can You Find at the Web Design Reference Site?

[Contents ends.]

++ SECTION ONE: New references.

+01: ACCESSIBILITY.

What Does Accessibility Supported Mean?

By Léonie Watson.

“With the recent news that Microsoft Edge now has 100% accessibility
support for HTML5, this post looks at what ‘accessibility supported’
means, and where it fits into the bigger accessibility picture…”

https://www.paciellogroup.com/blog/2016/08/ what-does-accessibility-supported-mean/

Computer Vision API: What Does It See?

By Joseph C Dolson.

“Microsoft has a service called the Computer Vision API. It’s a simple
system: feed it an image, and it analyzes the image and returns text
feedback…”

https://www.joedolson.com/2016/08/computer-vision-api-see/

Web Accessibility Regulations are Overdue

By Jonathan Lazar. (Hat tip to Jennifer Sutton)

“…People with disabilities cannot meaningfully participate in
twenty-first-century society without access to technology, any more
than any one else can. That’s why accessibility is such an urgent
matter of public policy.”

http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/columnist/ 2016/08/29/web-accessibility-regulations-overdue-column/87043768/

The Inaccessible Web: How We Got Into This Mess

By Mischa Andrews. (Hat tip to Jennifer Sutton)

“Theoretically, anyone can access the web. In reality, disabled people
are excluded…”

https://medium.com/@MischaAndrews/ the-inaccessible-web-how-we-got-into-this-mess-7cd3460b8e32

Get Your VPAT/ GPAT in a Hurry

By Karl Groves.

“…If someone tells you they can turn around a VPAT or GPAT in that
amount of time, RUN. They are going to risk not only the contract but
possibly a load more…”

http://www.karlgroves.com/2016/08/22/get-your-vpat-gpat-in-a-hurry/

Accessible Language Pickers: a11y meets i18n/l10n

By Terrill Thompson.

“…As a developer, the biggest takeaway for me from these experiments
is that unsupported and unrecognized languages are not rendered well
by screen readers, which reinforces the need to supplement the noise
with a translation in English (or the primary language of the site, if
not English)….”

http://terrillthompson.com/blog/759

How to Create a Culture of Accessibility

By Cory Lebson.

“I was recently asked by a UX colleague how he might be able to
incorporate accessibility into his company’s organizational
culture…”

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/ how-create-culture-accessibility-cory-lebson

Section 508 Refresh – Next Steps for Federal Agencies and Their Vendors

By Jonathan Avila.

“Here are some of the gaps that we have identified: The current
Section 508 has a twice per second flashing limit while WCAG specifies
three times per second and also allows for small areas to contain
flashing content. Section 508 also allows for flashing in the range
from 56-59 times per seconds while WCAG does not allow for this. WCAG
does not require that documents are readable without style sheets,
only that content is in a meaningful sequence. Section 508 indicates
that documents be readable without an associated style sheet. The
current Section 508 requires that embedded and linked non-HTML media
provide a link to an accessible plug-in. The current Section 508
requires that alternative pages are not used unless absolutely
necessary, while WCAG allows for alternative pages to be used. WCAG
has no bar for determining when they are not allowed….”

http://www.ssbbartgroup.com/blog/ section-508-refresh-next-steps-federal-agencies-vendors/

+02: CASCADING STYLE SHEETS.

CSS Positioning Explained By Building An Ice Cream Sundae

By Kevin Kononenko.

“If you’ve made an ice cream sundae before, then you can understand
CSS positioning…”

https://medium.freecodecamp.com/css-positioning- explained-by-building-an-ice-cream-sundae-831cb884bfa9#.ohm06ko6i

The Web is not Print and Other Stories

By Rachel Andrew.

“…No, the web is not print. However it shouldn’t be defined by being
not print. Nor should we allow assumptions about what is and isn’t
possible stop us experimenting. Unless we find the edges, unless we
ask why we can’t do things, unless we come up with ways to try and
make it work, the native tools won’t get better…”

https://www.rachelandrew.co.uk/archives/ 2016/08/31/the-web-is-not-print-and-other-stories/

+03: EVALUATION & TESTING.

Real-Time Remote Usability Testing with Screen Reader Users,

Part 1: Practical Overview

By Caitlin Geier.

“If your organization is at all interested in user-centered or user
experience design, then you likely invest in usability testing your
application with key members of your user base…”

http://www.deque.com/blog/real-time-remote- usability-testing-screen-reader-users-part-1-practical-overview/

An Introduction to Remote Usability Testing

by Harry Brignull.

“What is ‘Remote Usability Testing’? When would you use it, and what
are the potential pitfalls?…”

http://webdesign.tutsplus.com/articles/ how-to-conduct-remote-usability-testing–cms-26977

Can You Change A Standardized Questionnaire?

By Jeff Sauro.

“Questionnaires are an effective way for gauging sentiments toward
constructs like usability, loyalty, and the quality of the website
user experience. A standardized questionnaire is one that has gone
through psychometric validation.”

http://www.measuringu.com/blog/change-standardized.php

Actual, Factual (Affordable) Usability Testing

By Jess Hutton.

“…usability testing can take so many forms, including many that are
cheap and quick…”

http://www.uxbooth.com/articles/actual-factual-affordable-user-testing/

+04: EVENTS.

Making Learning Accessible Conference
December 2, 2016.
East Lansing, Michigan, U.S.A.
http://www.accessiblelearning.org/

+05: INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE.

How to Make Tour Wireframes More Accessible in Five Easy Steps

By Alison Walden.

“…Follow these five easy steps to make your wireframes more accessible…”

http://accessib.li/2016/08/28/how-to-make-your- wireframes-more-accessible-in-five-easy-steps/

+06: JAVASCRIPT.

Accessibility Object Model

Editors: Alice Boxhall, Bogdan Brinza, James Craig, Dominic Mazzoni,
Cynthia Shelley, and Alexander Surkov.

“This effort aims to create a JavaScript API to allow developers to
explore and modify the accessibility tree for an HTML page…”

https://github.com/a11y-api/a11y-api/blob/ master/explainer.md#introduction

Glenda Sims – Web and Mobile Accessibility + ARIA

By Christopher Schmitt.

“In this episode, Christopher Schmitt is joined once again by Glenda
Sims. Glenda is the Accessibility Practice Manager at Deque Systems
helping to define accessibility and lead over 50 experts on staff…”

http://goodstuff.fm/nbsp/92

+07: MISCELLANEOUS.

The Future Web Wants You

By Brian Kardell.

“In the mid-1990’s, I didn’t really know much about standards, but it
seemed that they obviously existed…”

https://briankardell.wordpress.com/2016/08/24/the-future-web-wants-you/

Safari’s Visual User Agent Switcher (Tweet)

By Derek Featherstone.

“Option + Cmd + R enters Responsive Design Mode in Safari, shows
visual user agent switcher…”

https://twitter.com/feather/status/768895665338331136

The GIF Is Dead. Long Live the GIF.

By Eric Limer.

“Inside the internet’s long, doomed quest to replace its most iconic
and flawed filetype…”

http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/ a21457/the-gif-is-dead-long-live-the-gif/

+09: USABILITY.

UXPA International Opening Keynote: Kelly Goto (Video)

By Kelly Goto.

“After nearly 3-decades, veteran design ethnographer Kelly Goto has a
sweeping story to tell-a passionate personal journey of engaging with
real people and getting to WHY. Come along for the ride and learn how
a fishbowl and a missed flight to London allowed her to refocus and
envision a new research direction that is poised to shift the UX
industry beyond usability forever.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mAzYpDG1ozE

Top 10 Tips for UX Success From Agile Practitioners

By Hoa Loranger.

“125 practitioners share their experience and success stories for
improving user experience in Agile projects.”

https://www.nngroup.com/articles/ux-success-agile/

Social Media Natives: Growing Up with Social Networking

By Kate Meyer.

“Social media use has altered how Millennials think about friendships
and relationships. This impact stands as valuable reminder of the
consequences of UX-design decisions.”

https://www.nngroup.com/articles/social-media-natives/

Why You Need to Write In Plain Language

By Mia Botha.

“Plain language is writing that everyone can understand. You are only
able to write this way if you understand exactly what it is that you
want to say. Don’t think you are ‘dumbing it down’. You are
communicating in a clear, simple manner…”

http://writerswrite.co.za/why-you-need-to-write-in-plain-language

Button Design Best Practices

By Nick Babich.

“…In this post, I’ll cover the basics  you need to know in order to
create effective controls that improve user experience…”

https://blogs.adobe.com/creativecloud/ xd-essentials-button-design-best-practices/

[Section one ends.]

++ SECTION TWO:

+09: What Can You Find at the Web Design Reference Site?

Accessibility Information.
http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/accessibility.html

Association Information.
http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/associations.html

Book Listings.
http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/books.html

Cascading Style Sheets Information.
http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/css.html

Color Information.
http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/color.html

Drupal Information.
http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/drupal.html

Evaluation & Testing Information.
http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/testing.html

Event Information.
http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/events.html

HTML Information.
http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/html.html

Information Architecture Information.
http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/architecture.html

JavaScript Information.
http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/javascript.html

Miscellaneous Web Information.
http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/misc.html

Navigation Information.
http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/navigation.html

PHP Information.
http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/php.html

Sites & Blogs Listing.
http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/sites.html

Standards, Guidelines & Pattern Information.
http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/standards.html

Tool Information.
http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/tools.html

Typography Information.
http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/type.html

Usability Information.
http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/usability.html

XML Information.
http://www.d.umn.edu/itss/training/online/webdesign/xml.html

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