Mobile devices in libraries

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Anita Singa, Mathilde Fohanno, Charline Heurtefeu, Master PANIST, Enssib, 2012-2013

Anita Singa, Mathilde Fohanno, Charline Heurtefeu, Master PANIST, Enssib, 2012-2013

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  • 1. MOBILE DEVICES IN LIBRARIES Thinking the library into the Web 2.0 Impacts and realizations Mobile devices in the library • Offering mobile library is betting on the innovation and willing to redefine its mission. • It is getting closer to its public and offering essential tools in daily life, but also be trained to help them. We’re talking here of “digital documentary mediation”: accompany the user becomes essential. • Librarians will be able to fulfill functions different than their basic functions, tending to other areas of expertise. Library and Mobile Internet • The mobile Internet is an action platform to integrate the informational universe of library users. • A «mobile» library adapts itself to the new user expectations created by the Web 2.0. • A library «beyond the walls» promotes logical access, speed, interaction and information sharing. From material to the immaterial Library in mobile devices Libraries innovate. They benefit from the expansion of mobile acquisitions by households to create their own applications. It simplifies the life for its users by offering: • Practical information • eBooks consultation Still being on hand for a remote support for the satisfaction of the users. • The development of digital collections demonstrates a library adaptation to a new information environment. Today two models coexist: physical and digital collections. • Mobile terminals can link these models in two ways: - Access to digital collections - Management of physical collections