[oae-urg] Larger clickable prototype
jonmhays at media.berkeley.edu
Tue Nov 1 16:17:23 PDT 2011
Regarding the walkthrough we looked at today, we had actually convinced
ourselves that when people were added to the collection that it was for
the purpose of "collecting" them like documents and NOT for adding them
as users of the collection.
The use case we were imagining was: I'm collecting resources for my
research paper and I found someone who has written in depth on my topic
that I want to reference them along with the rest of my collection.
It didn't feel right to us to drag users onto a collection as a way to
give them access to the collection. What level of access does it give them?
Educational Technology Services
University of California at Berkeley
On 11/1/11 12:53 PM, Allison Bloodworth wrote:
> # What is the goal of putting people and groups as well as content into
> a collection? We think we understand, but would like to hear your
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