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Presented at the Online Information 2011 conference, Nov 29, 2011.

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Mobile Tech in Libraries Presentation Transcript

  • 1. LibrariesToGo Mobile Tech in Libraries Ellyssa Kroski
  • 2. Why Mobile Matters There are 5.3 billion global mobile subscribers (thats 77 percent of the world’s population). ‐International Telecommunications Union 1 billion of the world’s 4+ billion mobile phones are now smartphones. ‐Microsoft Tag 83% of American adults own a cell phone. ‐Pew Internet & American Life Project 87% of US smartphone owners access the internet or email on their handheld. ‐Pew Internet & American Life Project
  • 3. ‐ Microsoft Tag
  • 4. Library Content To-Go QR Codes Library Websites SMS Augmented Reality Mobile OPACS Location‐Based Social Networks Mobile Collections Audio tours Library Instruction Databases
  • 5. Library Websites & Apps 44 Billion Mobile App Downloads by 2016, Says ABI Research ‐ABI Research
  • 6. Library Websites & Apps News & EventsBranch Locations Library Hours
  • 7. Library Websites & Apps Computer AvailabilityAccount Information Mobile Databases
  • 8. Book Recommendation Apps
  • 9. Mobile OpACs One half of all local searches are performed on mobile devices. ‐Microsoft Tag
  • 10. LibraryThingIII AirPac LibraryAnywhere SirsiDynix BookMyne Also: Polaris Mobile Pac Boopsie Service
  • 11. QR Codes14 Million US Adults Used QR Codes in June 2011 ‐Microsoft Tag
  • 12. QR Codes in the Catalog Lead to Building Maps University of Bath Library
  • 13. QR Codes in the Stacks Link to Electronic Resources Florida State U College of Law Research Center
  • 14. QR Codes Link New Releases To Book Reviews Florida State U College of Law Research Center
  • 15. QR Codes in Popular BooksLead to Recommendations Contra Costa County Library
  • 16. Location-Based Social NetworksThere are 10 Million Foursquare users making3 million checkins per day. ‐ Foursquare/Business Insider
  • 17. Libraries on Foursquare Offer Tips and Check-in Incentives
  • 18. Patrons can Experience LibraryCollections Related to Where They Are
  • 19. Augmented RealityMobile AR will…change not only the way humansinteract with machines but also the way humansinteract with their environment. ‐ Forrester Research
  • 20. London Tube AR App Points Out Closest Stations
  • 21. Nearest Wiki App Provides Info About Nearby Landmarks
  • 22. AR Shelf Reading App Flags Misplaced Books •http://tinyurl.com/3kfrkta
  • 23. Library SMS Notifications6.9 trillion SMS messages were sent in 2010. SMS trafficis expected to break 8 trillion in 2011. ‐Portio Research
  • 24. Text Alerts Remind PatronsWhen Materials Are Coming Due
  • 25. Text Alerts Let Patrons Know When Their Items Are Available for Pick-Up
  • 26. Texting from the Catalog Sends Records to Patrons’ Phones
  • 27. SMS Reference6.9 SMS trillion messages were sent in 2010. SMS trafficis expected to break 8 trillion in 2011. ‐Portio Research
  • 28. Text Reference Makes Getting Info Easy & Informal
  • 29. Texting Services Offer Timely Responses to Patrons on the Go
  • 30. Mobile Library CollectionsAccording to the AAP, eBook sales in February 2011 were$90.3m making digital books the largest single format in theUS for the first time ever. ‐The Guardian
  • 31. Mobile Collections Offer Access to Library Treasures On the Go Bavarian State Library
  • 32. Library Collections Can Be Offered for Many Types of Devices British Library 19th Century Collection
  • 33. Mobile Digital Image Collections Are Perfect for the Mobile Platform Duke University Libraries
  • 34. Mobile Collections Can Be OfferedThrough Services Rather Than Created OverDrive e-NYPL
  • 35. Libraries Lending DevicesThe share of adults in the United States who ownan e-book reader doubled to 12% in May, 2011 from6% in November 2010. ‐Pew Internet & American Life Project
  • 36. Libraries Lend iPods with AudioBooks
  • 37. A Library Lends iPods with Listening Assignments for Music Courses
  • 38. Libraries Are Lending Kindles
  • 39. Libraries Are Lending iPads
  • 40. Library Instruction To-GoThere are over 200 Million YouTube views on mobiledevices per day. – Microsoft Tag
  • 41. Educational Podcasts Engage Patrons
  • 42. Videocasts Teach Info Literacy Skills
  • 43. Mobile Databases96% of Undergraduate students own a cell phone. ‐Pew Internet & American Life Project
  • 44. Database Publishers Offer MobileContent to Researchers On the Go PubMed AccessMyLibrary - Gale
  • 45. Database Publishers Offer Mobile Content to Researchers On the Go Ebsco Summon
  • 46. Content Providers Are Teaming Up with Mobile Developers WorldCat RedLaser
  • 47. Mobile Tours50% of smart phone owners use their phones toaccess maps and directions. ‐ Nielsen Company
  • 48. Mobile Tours Engage Patrons Using Familiar Technology North Carolina State University’s WolfWalk
  • 49. Geo-Location Can Be Used To Offer Personalized Tours Oregon State University Libraries BeaverTracks
  • 50. Ways to “Go Mobile”
  • 51. Mobile-Only Websites• Boopsie: http://www.boopsie2.com• Winksite: http://winksite.com• Zinadoo: http://zinadoo.com• dotMobi: http://site.mobi
  • 52. QR Codes• QR Code Generators – http://qrcode.kaywa.com – http://delivr.com/qr‐code‐generator• QR Code Readers – BeeTagg – i‐nigma – NeoReader
  • 53. Location-Based Social Networks• Foursquare – http://www.foursquare.com• Facebook Places – http://www.facebook.com/places• Gowalla – http://gowalla.com
  • 54. SMS Reference Services• Google Voice – http://www.google.com/voice• LibraryH3lp – http://libraryh3lp.com• Text‐a‐Librarian – http://www.textalibrarian.com
  • 55. Augmented Reality• Layar – http://www.layar.com• Google Goggles – http://www.google.com/mobile/goggles• AcrossAir – http://www.acrossair.com
  • 56. Re-Heat this Prezhttp://www.slideshare.net/ellyssa Ellyssa Kroski http://www.ellyssakroski.com