TN library association gadget precon 2013

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TN library association gadget precon 2013

  1. 1. Planning & Managingfor GadgetsTennessee Library Association Conference 2013Jason GriffeyHead of Library Information TechnologyUniversity of Tennessee at ChattanoogaApril 24, 2013
  2. 2. #TNLA2013
  3. 3. • Introduction• What do we want from this?• What sorts of problems are we trying tosolve?• Why gadgets?• Why devices are ultimately not importantGoals
  4. 4. •Legal issues•How we do it•Fixing your problems•Answering your questionsGoals
  5. 5. This is yourpreconference
  6. 6. AudienceParticipation!• What is everyone else doing?• Solutions circulating gadgets• How to make buying decisions• IT communication issues• Consolidate E-delivery• App management• Security - Patron data confidentiality
  7. 7. Why Gadgets?
  8. 8. personal electronics arepersonal
  9. 9. “When we were anagrarian nation, all carswere trucks. But aspeople moved moretowards urbancenters, people startedto get into cars.”
  10. 10. What does a Post-PC worldlook like?
  11. 11. single-purpose devices
  12. 12. multi-purpose devices
  13. 13. 133 Million total iPads sold
  14. 14. numbers
  15. 15. 18.25%39.32%39.31%2.89%0.24%Chart 2Macintosh OSesWindows OSesMobile DevicesGame ConsolesOther (Mostly Linux)Type of Device onCampus Network2011
  16. 16. 18.26%36.58%42.59%2.17%0.39%Chart 2Macintosh OSesWindows OSesMobile DevicesGame ConsolesOther (Mostly Linux)Type of Device onCampus Network2012
  17. 17. 0 1000 2000 3000ChromeOSZuneNookwindowsCEGenericPalmHPWebOSWindows7KindleKindleFireBlackberryNo typeAndroidDroidiPodiPadiPhone2011 2012150697141Android 2011: 1183Android 2012: 1303iPod 2011: 707iPod 2012: 587839 1339 217331664126
  18. 18. 49%36%4%3%2%1%1%1%1%1%Apple iPhoneApple iPad(not set)SonyEricsson LT15i Xperia ArcApple iPod TouchMotorola DroidXHTC ADR6400L Thunderbolt 4GHTC ADR6300 IncredibleHTC Inspire 4GHTC ADR6350 Droid Incredible 2By Device Type viaGoogle Analyticsfor 2012
  19. 19. 78%7%4%3%3%3%1%1%0%0%Chart 1AppleHTCMotorola(not set)SamsungSonyEricssonLGRIMHuaweiAsusBy Manufacturer viaGoogle Analyticsfor 2012
  20. 20. Why devices are ultimatelynot important
  21. 21. operating systemsvsdevices
  22. 22. iOS
  23. 23. Android
  24. 24. Windows 8
  25. 25. iOS devices
  26. 26. Photo by blakespot - http://flic.kr/p/8gQqT8
  27. 27. iPhoneFirst iOS deviceCameraGPSCellular (3G & LTE) DataPhoto byYutaka Tsutano - http://flic.kr/p/8d4Xtj
  28. 28. iPod TouchNewest model has cameraNo GPSWifi DataPhoto by philcampbell - http://flic.kr/p/8Hya1Y
  29. 29. iPadModels: wifi, 3G, LTEHas camera3G & LTE versions have GPSPhoto by milijonar - http://flic.kr/p/9tC58i
  30. 30. Android devices
  31. 31. Photo by andrewasmith - http://flic.kr/p/9hHxwf
  32. 32. http://www.google.com/phone
  33. 33. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Android_devices
  34. 34. Other Mobile OSOptions
  35. 35. Microsoft Surface ProPhoto by blakespot - http://flic.kr/p/dTK8Jh
  36. 36. Microsoft Surface RTPhoto by decade city - http://flic.kr/p/dU4pN1
  37. 37. Blackberry 10Photo by Official BlackBerry Images - http://flic.kr/p/dQW7eV
  38. 38. BREAK!Photo by tiagopadua - http://flic.kr/p/d3oPv9
  39. 39. managing iOS
  40. 40. iTunes
  41. 41. Apple Configurator
  42. 42. http://www.apple.com/support/iphone/enterprise/
  43. 43. http://www.apple.com/iphone/business/integration/
  44. 44. managing android
  45. 45. http://googleenterprise.blogspot.com/2010/10/bring-your-phone-to-work-day-managing.html
  46. 46. http://googleenterprise.blogspot.com/2011/04/putting-android-to-work-for-your.html
  47. 47. eReaders & More
  48. 48. eInk
  49. 49. Photo by bfishadow - http://flic.kr/p/5ZyXJj
  50. 50. Photo by pt - http://flic.kr/p/5k4mos
  51. 51. types, differences,decisions
  52. 52. Great iPad Apps
  53. 53. GoodReader
  54. 54. iPhoto
  55. 55. Notability
  56. 56. Drafts
  57. 57. Garageband
  58. 58. licenses
  59. 59. IANAL
  60. 60. IANYAL
  61. 61. this is not legal advice
  62. 62. kindle1. Digital ContentUse of Digital Content. Upon your download of Digital Content and payment of anyapplicable fees (including applicable taxes), the Content Provider grants you a non-exclusive right to view, use, and display such Digital Content an unlimited number oftimes, solely on the Kindle or a Reading Application or as otherwise permitted as part ofthe Service, solely on the number of Kindles or Other Devices specified in the KindleStore, and solely for your personal, non-commercial use. Unless otherwise specified,Digital Content is licensed, not sold, to you by the Content Provider. The ContentProvider may include additional terms for use within its Digital Content. Those termswill also apply, but this Agreement will govern in the event of a conflict. Some DigitalContent, such as Periodicals, may not be available to you through Reading Applications.Limitations. Unless specifically indicated otherwise, you may not sell, rent, lease,distribute, broadcast, sublicense, or otherwise assign any rights to the Digital Contentor any portion of it to any third party, and you may not remove or modify anyproprietary notices or labels on the Digital Content. In addition, you may not bypass,modify, defeat, or circumvent security features that protect the Digital Content.
  63. 63. kindle1. Digital ContentUse of Digital Content. Upon your download of Digital Content and payment of anyapplicable fees (including applicable taxes), the Content Provider grants you a non-exclusive right to view, use, and display such Digital Content an unlimitednumber of times, solely on the Kindle or a Reading Application or as otherwisepermitted as part of the Service, solely on the number of Kindles or OtherDevices specified in the Kindle Store, and solely for your personal, non-commercial use. Unless otherwise specified, Digital Content is licensed, notsold, to you by the Content Provider. The Content Provider may include additionalterms for use within its Digital Content. Those terms will also apply, but this Agreementwill govern in the event of a conflict. Some Digital Content, such as Periodicals, may notbe available to you through Reading Applications.Limitations. Unless specifically indicated otherwise, you may not sell, rent,lease, distribute, broadcast, sublicense, or otherwise assign any rights to theDigital Content or any portion of it to any third party, and you may not remove ormodify any proprietary notices or labels on the Digital Content. In addition, you maynot bypass, modify, defeat, or circumvent security features that protect the DigitalContent.
  64. 64. kindleNo Reverse Engineering, Decompilation, Disassembly, orCircumvention. You may not modify, reverse engineer,decompile, or disassemble the Kindle or the Software, whetherin whole or in part, create any derivative works from or of theSoftware, or bypass, modify, defeat, or tamper with orcircumvent any of the functions or protections of the Kindle orSoftware or any mechanisms operatively linked to the Software,for example, by augmenting or substituting any digital rightsmanagement functionality of the Kindle or Software.
  65. 65. kindleInformation Received. The Software will provide Amazon withdata about your Kindle and its interaction with the Service (suchas available memory, up-time, log files, and signal strength).The Software will also provide Amazon with information relatedto the Digital Content on your Kindle and Other Devices andyour use of it (such as last page read and content archiving).Annotations, bookmarks, notes, highlights, or similar markingsyou make using your Kindle or Reading Application and otherinformation you provide may be stored on servers that arelocated outside the country in which you live. Any informationwe receive is subject to the Amazon.com privacy notice locatedat www.amazon.com/privacy.
  66. 66. kindleChanges to Service. We may modify, suspend, or discontinuethe Service, in whole or in part, at any time.
  67. 67. nook3. Prohibited Conduct. In your use of your nook or theService, you may not: (i) transfer the Digital Content fromone electronic reading device to another without maintainingthe applicable digital rights management solution for thatDigital Content; (ii) infringe, violate, or interfere with anypatent, trademark, trade secret, copyright, right of publicity orany other right of any party; (iii) violate any law, rule orregulation, including, without limitation, U.S. export controllaws; (iv) copy, transfer, sublicense, assign, rent, lease,lend, resell or in any way transfer any rights to, all or anyportion of the Digital Content to any third party, except inconnection with the normal use of the lending featureavailable through the Service, or as expressly permittedby the Terms of Use or applicable third-party licenseagreement;
  68. 68. nook3. Prohibited Conduct. In your use of your nook or theService, you may not: (i) transfer the Digital Content fromone electronic reading device to another without maintainingthe applicable digital rights management solution for thatDigital Content; (ii) infringe, violate, or interfere with anypatent, trademark, trade secret, copyright, right of publicity orany other right of any party; (iii) violate any law, rule orregulation, including, without limitation, U.S. export controllaws; (iv) copy, transfer, sublicense, assign, rent, lease,lend, resell or in any way transfer any rights to, all or anyportion of the Digital Content to any third party, except inconnection with the normal use of the lending featureavailable through the Service, or as expressly permittedby the Terms of Use or applicable third-party licenseagreement;
  69. 69. google booksUse of Digital Content. Following payment of the applicable fees for an item of DigitalContent, for as long as Google and the applicable copyright holder have rights to provideyou that Digital Content, Google gives you the non-exclusive right to download, subject tothe restrictions set forth herein, copies of the applicable Digital Content to your Devices,and to view, use, and display such Digital Content an unlimited number of times on yourDevices or as otherwise authorized by Google as part of the Service for your personal,non-commercial use. If Google or the applicable copyright holder loses the rights toprovide you any Digital Content, Google will cease serving such Digital Content to you andyou may lose the ability to use such Digital Content. For certain Digital Content, Googlemay be acting as an agent of the copyright holder (and its agents) in providing such DigitalContent to you under the Terms of Service. You acknowledge that such copyright holder(and its agents) shall be the seller(s) of such Digital Content to you under the Terms ofService. Select, copy and paste functions may be available for some Digital Content, andyou must use these features within the prescribed limits and only for personal non-commercial purposes.
  70. 70. google booksUse of Digital Content. Following payment of the applicable fees for an item of DigitalContent, for as long as Google and the applicable copyright holder have rights to provideyou that Digital Content, Google gives you the non-exclusive right to download, subject tothe restrictions set forth herein, copies of the applicable Digital Content to your Devices,and to view, use, and display such Digital Content an unlimited number of times on yourDevices or as otherwise authorized by Google as part of the Service for your personal,non-commercial use. If Google or the applicable copyright holder loses the rights toprovide you any Digital Content, Google will cease serving such Digital Content to you andyou may lose the ability to use such Digital Content. For certain Digital Content, Googlemay be acting as an agent of the copyright holder (and its agents) in providing such DigitalContent to you under the Terms of Service. You acknowledge that such copyright holder(and its agents) shall be the seller(s) of such Digital Content to you under the Terms ofService. Select, copy and paste functions may be available for some Digital Content, andyou must use these features within the prescribed limits and only for personal non-commercial purposes.
  71. 71. google booksRestrictions. You may not sell, rent, lease, distribute, broadcast, transfer,or assign your rights to the Digital Content or any portion of it to any thirdparty except as expressly permitted by Google. Provided, however, thatnothing in the Terms of Service shall prohibit any uses of Digital Contentthat would otherwise be permitted under the United States Copyright Act.
  72. 72. BREAK!Photo by tiagopadua - http://flic.kr/p/d3oPv9
  73. 73. Decisions to Make
  74. 74. circulation & policy• How long is circ period?• Insurance & Patron indemnity• Filtering content for minors?• Other issues?
  75. 75. management questions• Preloading content• Wiping personal data at check-in• Who manages?• Legal issues with apps/content
  76. 76. what we did
  77. 77. feedbooks
  78. 78. gutenberg
  79. 79. calibre
  80. 80. cataloging andrepresentation
  81. 81. assumptions•findable by title/author•minimizing future edits•obvious in catalog
  82. 82. how we did itBibliographic entry = Generic (eReader)Added titles/authors = findable via searchItem = individual eReaders
  83. 83. Summary• Gadgets are important for Services• OS is important for Management• Play before you Buy• Have a plan
  84. 84. conclusion
  85. 85. If I’d askedthem what theywanted, they’dhave said afaster horse.--Henry Ford
  86. 86. ThankYou
  87. 87. SSID: LibraryBox - Free Content!Folder:TNLA2013
  88. 88. Email: griffey@gmail.comSite: jasongriffey.netgVoice: 423-443-4770Twitter: @griffeyOther: Release CandidateALA TechSourceHead of Library Information TechnologyUniversity of Tennessee at Chattanoogahttp://pinboard.in/u:griffey/Jason Griffey

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