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Mobile Tools Today And Tomorrow Sarasota Staff Day2510

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  • 1. Mobile TOOLS: TODAY AND TOMORROW
    Presenter: Diana Silveira
  • 2. Follow Along at
    http://askalibrarianfl.pbworks.com/mobilepresentation
    simpsons
  • 3. First Mobile Phone
  • 4.
  • 5.
  • 6. What do people use cell phones for?
  • 7. SMS/Texting
  • 8. Social Networking
    Twitter
    Facebook
    Skype
    Delicious
    Email
    IM/ Google Wave
  • 9. Ebooks
    Kindle for iphone
    Project Gutenburg
    FreeBooks
    Classics2Go
    Readdle
  • 10. Cloud Computing
    Google Docs
    PDF
    EverNote
  • 11. And don’t forget…
    Banking
    Fundraising
    Account Tracking
    MP3 Player
    Pictures
    Videos
    GPS
  • 12. What do you do?
  • 13. What should libraries be doing?
    Mobile Catalogs
    Mobile Notifications
    Databases
    Reference – IM, AAL Mobile, Text Messaging
    What else?
  • 14. On the horizon…
  • 15.
  • 16. The next step ….Augmented Reality
    AmazonMobile
    Snaptell
    RedLaser
    barcodescan
  • 17. And the next step…augmented reality
    Advertising
    Wikitude
    Layar
    Cylopedia
    TwittaRound
    SREngine
    LiveCam
  • 18. What are the library implications?
  • 19. Implementing Mobile
    Would you use it?
    Who do you want to use it?
    Is the feature clear?
    Development
    Design for 4-5 phones only
    Use Emulators
  • 20. Portable Checkout?
  • 21. Coming soon (already here?)
    E-couponing
    E-ticketing
    E-paper
    Instant Translation
    Facial Recognition
    Nano-technology – physical personal device
    Who owns your content? Your datastream?
    Replace computers
  • 22. What do you see in the future?
  • 23. Questions that will always linger?
    Texting – when, where and about what?
    Should you text when with others?
    Who makes the first call? The first tweet? The first text?
    Cell Phones in libraries?
  • 24. More about this presentation
    http://askalibrarianfl.pbworks.com/mobilepresentation

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