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Jason Coleman's portion of the Technology & Libraries Lightning Round-up sponsored by the ACRL-ULS Technology & Libraries Committee.

Jason Coleman's portion of the Technology & Libraries Lightning Round-up sponsored by the ACRL-ULS Technology & Libraries Committee.

Jason's e-mail is coleman@k-state.edu

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    • Technology & Libraries Lightning Round-up Presented by the ACRL-ULS Technology & Libraries Committee Jason Coleman Undergraduate & Community Services Librarian K-State Libraries Kansas State University Photo credit: Jenny Levine
    • “ Layers of Reality: Extending Library Services through QR Codes and Augmented Reality” http://connect.ala.org/node/120165 Discussion forum sponsored by RUSA MARS’ (Emerging Technologies in Reference ) Hot Topics in Electronic Reference Discussion Group Photo credit: ALA Photo credit: ALA
    • Hot Topics Panelists
      • Benjamin Rawlins [email_address]
      • Kentucky State University
      • Danielle Kane [email_address]
      • University of California, Irvine
      • Caroline Sinkinson [email_address]
      • University of Colorado, Boulder
      • Nora Dimmock [email_address]
      • University of Rochester
    • QR Code Uses
      • Place them in OPAC to encode text for bibliographic information about a book
      A record from Kentucky State University’s Library Catalog
    • More QR Code Uses
      • On staff directory to facilitate rapid addition of contact information to a phone. (Rawlins)
      • On elevator signs to link to mobile site (Kane)
      • On range end signs to link to LibGuides (Kane)
      • In stacks to link to ebooks (Kane)
      • Near equipment to link to instructional videos (Sinkinson)
      • In elevators and near stairways to link to maps (Sinkinson)
      • On t-shirts (Dimmock)
      • On back of business cards (Dimmock)
    • “ Embedded by Hashtag: Using Twitter for Real-Time Reference and Instruction” Discussion forum sponsored by RUSA MARS’ Virtual Reference Discussion Group Ellen Filgo E-Learning Librarian Baylor University [email_address] Twitter: @efilgo
    • Integrating into Gardner Campbell’s Introduction to New Media Studies class Discussion forum sponsored by RUSA MARS’ Virtual Reference Discussion Group http://courseblogs.gardnercampbell.net/librarianellen/2010/09/02/what-can-your-librarian-do-for-you/
    • A slice of the twittersphere
    • LITA’s Mobile Computing Interest Group Meeting
      • Presentations:
      • A Rapid Ethnographic Study of the iPAD on a Campus Bus. Jim Hahn, University of Illinois. [email_address]
      • Putting the Fun Back in Mobile Websites: Launching an OS Book Recommender. Evviva Weinraub & Hannah Rempel, Oregon State University. [email_address] , [email_address]
      • Creating a Mobile Site with Zero Budget. Tiffini Travis, California State University, Long Beach
    • Mobile Ideas
      • Libraries should develop resources to meet students contextualized needs, e.g., place dining hall menu on mobile site (Hahn)
      • Libraries should develop mobile tools that save time and that are fast, easy, and fun. Ideally, they would also be location sensitive (OSU)
          • E.g., Beaver Tracks (historical walking tour with photos from archives)
    • More Mobile Ideas
      • Use mobile phone’s barcode readers to scan books to expedite reshelving (Tod Colegrove, UNR)
      • Use an iPAD as an “away from the desk” sign. Provide a button on the iPAD to summon help (Tod Colegrove, UNR)
      • University of Nevada Reno’s Tod Colegrove is planning an Apps for Libraries competition at his university.
    • “ Assessment and Evaluation of Virtual Reference” Discussion forum sponsored by two committees of RUSA MARS: (1)Management of Electronic Reference Services; (2) Public Libraries
    • Highlights
      • Almost all present are using libraryh3lp or Meebo
      • There was abundant praise for libraryh3lp:
        • Can monitor SMS and chat in same interface.
        • Multiple librarians can monitor incoming traffic simultaneously
        • Librarians can transfer chats, send files, and e-mail transcripts
        • Competitively priced
      • Many are using Jing to create and share screencasts and screenshots