Staff from the User Research Center (URC) can help Harvard Library staff create a study, lend equipment, provide training, and review the data you record for your usability and accessibility projects. We are here to prepare you for all aspects of performing user testing at Harvard University. 

Harvard Library staff can set up a consultation with the User Research Center to:

  • Formulate your study's test question and ensure a specific focus for your testing.
  • Select a method. We can recommend if a survey, interview, usability test, or another method is appropriate for your investigation.
  • Get training in best practices for the methods and equipment you plan to use.
  • Review collected data and recordings in order to inform decisions or make changes.

Email us at with information about your project to schedule a consultation. Consultations are by appointment only.

Not a part of Harvard Library? Please reach out to Harvard Web Publishing for your UX and web design projects.