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    1. 1. Mobile Strategies for Libraries Photo by TomFlemming via flickr Amy York, Middle Tennessee State University
    2. 2. Why go mobile?
    3. 3. So what?• 31% of cell internet users do most online browsing on a phone. 45% among 18-29 year olds. (Pew Internet) – Economics, race contributing factors• 55% undergrads have smartphones; 37% use it for academics (ECAR Study 2012)
    4. 4. Mobile Friendly Mobile Website or Mobile App orResponsive or simple web design
    5. 5. Mobile Friendly? Are you mobile friendly?• http://www.howtogomo.com
    6. 6. Mobile Site vs. Mobile App (Web App) (Native App) Instantly Available Interactivity Compatible Personalization Update Instantly Data Manipulation Easily Found Native Functionality Time and Cost • Camera, GPS Sustainability Offline Access
    7. 7. What to include? • Hours • Room/Computer Reservations • Building Directory/Branch Locations • News and Events • Reading Lists • Catalog Search • Mobile Databases • Library Account access • Contact/Virtual ReferenceBoopsie: Non-Catalog Services More Popular with Mobile Library Patrons. (n.d.). Retrieved September 21, 2012, fromhttp://www.prweb.com/releases/2010/11/prweb4787284.htm
    8. 8. How do you build it?
    9. 9. Mobile Websites a.k.a Web Apps
    10. 10. Dimensions, Fluidity, CSS From CareAce.net: http://bit.ly/displaysize
    11. 11. http://snippetspace.com/portfolio/iwebkit/
    12. 12. http://library.mtsu.edu/m
    13. 13. Find Books and More Innovative AirPac
    14. 14. ArticlesEBSCO Mobile Databases
    15. 15. Hours
    16. 16. EventsLibcal 3/3/3 for Free http://springshare.com/libcal/free.html
    17. 17. iUI“iUI supports iOS, Android, Rim OS6, MeeGo, Bada, WebOS, ...smartphones and tablets.” http://www.iui-js.org/
    18. 18. MSG– Mobile Site Generator using iUI Framework http://www.hiddenpeanuts.com/msg/
    19. 19. UNC Library
    20. 20. Adelphi University From iUI Gallery page
    21. 21. Bank of America From iUI Gallery
    22. 22. IUI Examplehttp://m.library.nashville.org
    23. 23. To Redirect , or not to Redirect?
    24. 24. Mobile Redirect<script type="text/javascript"><!--if (screen.width <= 720) {document.location ="http://library.mtsu.edu/m/";}//--></script>
    25. 25. Mobile Redirect 2<script src="http://static.dudamobile.com/DM_redirect.js"type="text/javascript"></script><script type="text/javascript"> DM_redirect("http://library.mtsu.edu/m/");</script> http://library.mtsu.edu/index.php?no_redirect=true
    26. 26. Apps(a.k.a Native Apps)
    27. 27. Why a Native App?• Device hardware: camera, accelerometer, etc.• Speed• Offline access (ebooks, etc)• Monetization $$$$
    28. 28. Native App Development• iOS: http://developer.apple.com – Need a Mac and tools: Xcode and iOS SDK – Programming: Objective-C and Cocoa Touch Framework• Android: http://developer.android.com – Tools: PC and Android SDK download – Programming: Java
    29. 29. Hire an Apphttp://www.boopsie.com/library/
    30. 30. Boopsie Example One click downloads; Boopsie Optimum package Scan: Boopsie Optimum package
    31. 31. Boopsie ExampleGeolocation NOT restricted to Native Apps: see HTML5
    32. 32. Boopsie Cost?• $1000?• $2000?• Based on size?
    33. 33. Hire a Studenthttp://www.mtsu.edu/mobile/
    34. 34. MTSU Mobile v2
    35. 35. MT Geosciences
    36. 36. Responsive Design “One Web to Rule them All”
    37. 37. http://bostonglobe.com/
    38. 38. Responsive Design: HOW?• HTML 5• Fluid Grid Design: No fixed width, objects can wrap• CSS selection with media queries --<link href="styles.css" type="text/css" media="screen" rel="stylesheet"/><link href="print.css" type="text/css" media="print" rel="stylesheet"/><link href="mobile.css" type="text/css" media="screen and (max-device-width: 480px)"rel="stylesheet"/>• Swap or Crop Images with media queries or CSS
    39. 39. Mobile AccessoriesBy windsordi (absent for a week) via flick
    40. 40. QR CodesKaywa: qrcode.kaywa.com QR Reader apps: Kaywa, Quickmark, others?QR Stuff: www.qrstuff.com
    41. 41. SMS (Text) Notifications • Requested book is available • Due date reminders • Request a list of loans • renewing books • requesting fines info • checking the availability of books • request open hours • Reference help • Text a call number from catalogby thegloaming via flickr
    42. 42. Mobile Databases & Research Appshttp://guides.library.stonybrook.edu/mobile
    43. 43. Database and Research AppsURL: http://nscc.libguides.com/apps
    44. 44. Questions? Comments? http://libraryguides.mtsu.edu/datafestyork
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