puts the Unisa in your hand
AirPAC
advantages of mobile internet access
fast broadband speed
instant connection
excellent network coverage
low costs
what do you need?
a WAP enabled cellphoneor other 3G mobile device
an Internet browser, e.g. Opera Mini, usually provided ...
setting up your connection
Please refer to your mobile device manual and service provider to set up your Internet
connecti...
use your mobiledevice to search the Unisa library catalogue
using AirPAC
AirPAC offers much of the same functionalityas the Web version of the catalogue
ready to search?
go to the Web
enter address :
http://oasis.unisa.ac.za/airpac
(classic web-enabled phones)
http://m.oasis...
AirPAC display
The AirPac server will attempt to detect the type of mobile device
you are using and deliver displaysformat...
AirPAC (classic phones)
to search
enter your search term
limit your search with any of the given options, if you prefer
select a title for more information
(availability) (request)
AirPAC (smart phones)
to search
Title details : shelf numberand availability
request a title
request
log in
complete form
view your patron information
Click My Library Record
complete form
Acknowledgement
Slides are indebted to and partly adapted from:
Innovative guide & reference release 2007, Rev.1. INNOPAC ...
Terminology
 3G
the third generation of telestandards and technology for mobile networking
 HSDPA – High Speed Downlink ...
Compiled for : Unisa Library
Revised : May 2013
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  1. 1. puts the Unisa in your hand AirPAC
  2. 2. advantages of mobile internet access fast broadband speed instant connection excellent network coverage low costs
  3. 3. what do you need? a WAP enabled cellphoneor other 3G mobile device an Internet browser, e.g. Opera Mini, usually provided by your cellphone network provider any place that has cellphone coverage an Internet address(URL)
  4. 4. setting up your connection Please refer to your mobile device manual and service provider to set up your Internet connection  Vodacom http://www.vodacom.co.za/personal/internet/coveragemaps  MTN http://www.mtn.co.za/MTNServices/broadband/mtnbroadband/Pages/NationalCoverages.aspx  Cell C http://www.cellc.co.za/network-coverage-map  8ta www.8ta.com/coverage
  5. 5. use your mobiledevice to search the Unisa library catalogue using AirPAC
  6. 6. AirPAC offers much of the same functionalityas the Web version of the catalogue
  7. 7. ready to search? go to the Web enter address : http://oasis.unisa.ac.za/airpac (classic web-enabled phones) http://m.oasis.unisa.ac.za (smart phones) Picture from Island Computer Technology
  8. 8. AirPAC display The AirPac server will attempt to detect the type of mobile device you are using and deliver displaysformatted for that device
  9. 9. AirPAC (classic phones) to search
  10. 10. enter your search term
  11. 11. limit your search with any of the given options, if you prefer
  12. 12. select a title for more information (availability) (request)
  13. 13. AirPAC (smart phones) to search
  14. 14. Title details : shelf numberand availability
  15. 15. request a title request log in complete form
  16. 16. view your patron information Click My Library Record complete form
  17. 17. Acknowledgement Slides are indebted to and partly adapted from: Innovative guide & reference release 2007, Rev.1. INNOPAC Manual. Web OPAC: AirPAC. http://csdirect.iii.com/manual/helpset.htm AirPAC has been developed by Innovative Interfaces
  18. 18. Terminology  3G the third generation of telestandards and technology for mobile networking  HSDPA – High Speed Downlink Packet Access the ability to receive large files to your mobile device such as email attachments, PowerPoint presentations or web pages  PDA – Personal Data/Digital Assistant handheld computers capable of audio/video playback, Internet browsing and wireless connectivity  TCP/IP – Internet Protocol Suite communications protocols used for the Internet and other similar networks  WAP – Wireless Application Protocol an advanced messaging service on mobile phones and other small screen devices that allows you to see internet content in special text format
  19. 19. Compiled for : Unisa Library Revised : May 2013

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