Random Post: Lots of dongles
RSS .92| RSS 2.0| ATOM 0.3
  • Home
  • About James Clay
  • New Stuff
  • Old Stuff
  • Podcast
  • 100 Ways
  • App of the Week
  •  

    Turn off that phone! Mobile technologies in the library

    At UKSG’s 34th Annual Conference in Harrogate I ran a couple of breakout workshop sessions on the use of mobile devices in the library.

    Is there a role for mobile devices in the modern library? What are the issues, challenges and opportunities of using mobile devices to support learning and resource discovery in the library? Is it time to stop telling people to turn off their mobile phones? From communication, collaboration, storage, notes, books, journals and more, mobile technologies are changing the way in which users can and are using libraries.

    The presentation first looked at the importance of changing cultures and resistance to change, before we discussed in small groups the potential of mobile devices in the library.

    Here are my slides from my presentation.

    This is a recording of the workshop.

    Audio MP3

    Download the recording (in mp3 format).

    Nicole Harris wrote a very nice review of the session.

    Leave a Reply