References & Resources for User Stories and Use Cases
- http://www.romanpichler.com/blog/user-stories/writing-good-user-stories/: 10 Tips for Writing Good User Stories (a must read!)
- Template for Developing User Stories (based on article above): Fillable PDF
|Assigned Storyteller||Target Group||Big Picture (Scenarios or Stories)||Unpack Goals Based on Big Picture||Product Details|
|Nicholas Homenda (and anyone else!)||IU Bloomington Libraries Faculty and Staff||As a student at Indiana University Bloomington I want to find information about a specific library event that occurred 30-40 years ago so that I can learn about it in the context of IU Libraries history.|
|Naz Pantaloni, Kristina Keogh, Rachael Cohen, Andrea Baer (and any of the newer staff)||New Library Staff Hires (consult with Lou Malcomb to further develop this user story if needed)|
In keeping with a principal impetus for Lou Malcomb's collection, the digital exhibit, including the original slide show, could continue to be used by Libraries Human Resources as a means of orienting new librarians, PAs and staff.The Libraries have a long history that is integrally linked with Indiana University's growth and institutional changes over the past nearly 200 years.
For new employees of the Libraries who are historically minded, the digital exhibit provides a potential resource for contextualizing the present moment in the Libraries' history, including such things as changes in services; the different buildings the Libraries have occupied on and off campus; the history of the branch libraries; and the configuration of spaces and functions in Wells Library.
|Elinor Okada, Julie Hardesty (and anyone else)||IUL Development Office (who might direct donors or news organizations to our story)||History of IU Libraries that might be useful for bicentennial or might inspire someone to be a donor.|
|IU Bloomington Libraries and staff. Scholars, teaching faculty, and students.||Accomplishment of library deans and notable administrators will be covered.|
|Catherine Minter||Scholars more broadly (without specifically local interest)||A scholar of library/information history is researching college libraries in North America in the 19th and 20th centuries.|
|Celestina Savonius-Wroth (other team members who have assisted in similar research)|
Scholars interested in the History of Indiana University (interview Dina Kellams to further develop this user story)
A scholar who is researching local architectural history at IU for a book she’s writing is looking for information related to the construction of the Main/Wells Library. She’s particularly interested in comparing early planning documents with the final product, including early budgets, floor plans, and internal and external photos of the resulting building.