[January 10, 2018] The Office of Library and Information Services is pleased to present our new website to the Rhode Island library community. We have completely reorganized and redesigned the website, and hope that you will find the new site easy to navigate and a key resource for information about OLIS, the services we provide, and the tools we have to support programs and services at your library.
We began our website redesign project in the Spring of 2017, using feedback received from the library community during the evaluation of our previous strategic plan and the development of our new plan. We heard that it was not always easy to find information on the site, and that parts of it were dated. The OLIS Web Team, led by Chaichin Chen, analyzed website content, website usage and OLIS services to create a new navigation scheme and to update and reorganize content.
A few notes on the new design:
On a personal note, I would like to thank the members of the OLIS Web Team who put together the new site and spent many, many hours reviewing, planning, revising and improving our website:
In addition, the rest of the OLIS Team (Donna DiMichele, Andy Egan, and Kelley Lima) spent time contributing content, reviewing the new site, and making recommendations on how to improve it. Their help has been invaluable and our website is a truly a combined effort of all OLIS staff.
We hope that you find the new site a useful and easy-to-navigate resource. Please feel free to send us any comments that you have about the site or suggestions for improvement – as always we want to hear from you! Send your comments to email@example.com
Chief of Library Services