Nicole Hennig Claimed Profile
Head, User Experience Group, MIT Libraries at MITCambridge, MA
About Nicole Hennig
Nicole Hennig is Head of the User Experience Group for the MIT Libraries. Her field of expertise is user experience, including usable web design, usability testing, and ethnographic user studies, and she has spoken on these topics at conferences such as National Online and Internet Librarian. In 2001 she won the Infinite Mile Award for Innovation and Creativity given by her peers in the MIT Libraries, in 2006 she won the MIT Excellence Award for Innovation Solutions, and in 2009, ASIS&T Chapter Member of the Year. Before coming to MIT in January of 1999, she was the Systems Librarian for Bose Corporation in Framingham, MA, where she designed and managed the home page for the corporate Intranet. She has worked in academic, corporate, and non-profit libraries for over 15 years and was formerly a classical musician, playing pipe organ and harpsichord in the Boston area.