Mobile Technologies

I’m thinking about how academics are using mobile technologies. I will be teaching a class later in the Fall and plan on using the whitepaper,  “On the Move with the Mobile Web: Libraries and Mobile Technologies.” by Ellyssa Kroski http://eprints.rclis.org/15024/1/mobile_web_ltr.pdf ” as a course backbone. It is a great source for getting some ideas on how to introduce the capabilities of mobile technologies to library staff, and to our users.   I encourage you to look at some of the apps that have been developed, take a look at the mobile.hsl.virginia.edu and Duke University websites, and get into the mobile adventure! I’m currently reading iPHone SDK Programming, Developing Mobile Applications for Apple iPhone and iPod touch, and so far so good!

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About effervescentlibrarian

UX Librarian at Rice University, Houston, Texas.
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