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Turn off that mobile

This is the presentation I gave in July at the event, CILIP’s Mobile Technology Executive Briefing.

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? From communication, collaboration, storage, notes, books, journals and more, mobile technologies are changing the way in which users can and are using libraries.

e-Learning Stuff Podcast #082: e-Books go Mobile

From a recent presentation at a CILIP Excecutive Briefing on e-Books. Through the use of a number of mobile devices James will give an overview of how the FE sector is promoting their e-book collections through mobile technologies and how this can enhance the learning experience and extend the access and use of e-books.

With James Clay.

This is the 82nd e-Learning Stuff Podcast, e-Books go Mobile.

Download the podcast in mp3 format: e-Books go Mobile.

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