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Brief introduction to the JISC m-libraries support project and some pointer questions for facilitated discussion.

Brief introduction to the JISC m-libraries support project and some pointer questions for facilitated discussion.

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  • 1. JISC M-libraries support projectEvidence Base at Birmingham City University Owen Stephens Consulting
  • 2. Evidence gatheringCollecting existing m-library case studiesGathering information on m-libraryinitiativesCollecting information from the programmeSharing information and case studies withinterested parties (within and outsideprogramme)
  • 3. Community buildingFacilitating communication withinm-library community Information sharing events Online communicationEncouraging sharing of goodpractice
  • 4. Support project blog http://m-libraries.info
  • 5. Useful resources #mlibsPlease add resources using #mlibs
  • 6. Bundle of useful links:http://bit.ly/mlibsproject
  • 7. Over to you...
  • 8. What m-library information haveyou found useful? - reports - blogs - articles - presentations
  • 9. What furtherinformation do you need?
  • 10. Which m-libraryexperts do you follow?
  • 11. What would you like from an m-library community?
  • 12. ContactJo Alcock@joeyannejo.alcock@bcu.ac.ukhttp://m-libraries.info

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