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Mobile technology has become essential to academic libraries as more and more users take advantage of materials and databases available online via mobile devices. Creating links to mobile websites and adding mobile versions of databases and catalogs to academic library websites provide additional access points for users both on and off campus. Developing, testing, releasing and collecting usage statistics are all important parts of building the best mobile site possible. This presentation will discuss how mobile technology has taken on a role in the academic library today and how it is effecting and changing research and library instruction.
Presenter: Kathryn Johns-Masten, State University of New York at Oswego