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Keynote by Chad Mairn and Joe Murphy for the 3rd HHLIB online conference 7/28/10

Keynote by Chad Mairn and Joe Murphy for the 3rd HHLIB online conference 7/28/10

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  • 1. Creating the Future of Mobile Library Services
    with Joe Murphy & Chad Mairn
    Handheld Librarian Online Conference III
  • 2. Track Overview
    What’s Happening With Mobile in Libraries with Chris Tonjes, today @ 1:00 p.m. CDT
    Developing & Designing for Mobile with Jeff Wisniewski, today @ 2:00 p.m. CDT
    Mobile Tips & Practices with Jason A. Clark, Laurie Bridges, and Kim Griggs,today @ 4:30 p.m. CDT
  • 3. Handheld Librarian Online Conference Twitter Backchannel
    #hhlib
    @libraryfuture
    @cmairn
  • 4. http://www.nmc.org/pdf/2010-Horizon-Report.pdf
  • 5. Why libraries should have a mobile presence.
    “Mobile phones create new kinds of bounded places that merge the infrastructures of geography and technology, as well as techno-social practices thatmerge technical standards and social norms." (Moll, 2007, p.12)
    The mobile web is connecting people to
    information while they are on the go, so this is a great space for libraries!
    Plus mobile phones have surpassed PCs
    and landline phones combined, so your
    potential audience is huge!
  • 6. Uploaded to Flickr on November 8, 2007 by Travelin' Librarian
  • 7. Uploaded to Flickr on November 29, 2006 by Michael Casey
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  • 9. “Fundamentally, 'mobile' refers to the user, not the device or application.”Barbara Ballard Designing the Mobile User Experience
  • 10. On the Go!
  • 11. Pay Attention To Other Industries
  • 12. Calvin Klein using QR codes
    http://www.mobilebehavior.com/
  • 13. Personal iPhone stations at Japanese Burger Kings
    http://www.mobilebehavior.com/
  • 14. Space Builder - A mobile scanner app that allows users to create their own catalogs and custom views as they shop.
    http://www.mobilebehavior.com/
  • 15. Library of Congress ‘Passport to Knowledge’
  • 16. SQFT
    http://www.psfk.com/2010/06/sqft-wieden-kennedy-new-york-responds-to-psfk-future-of-retail-report.html
  • 17. The Future of Mobile App Development?
    http://appinventor.googlelabs.com/about/
  • 18. Future considerations:
    library advocacy, librarian as app, fingerprint-proof touch screens, face recognition, voice capabilities (translation, VoIP, Foursquare Voice, in-car systems, Vivox etc.), push technologies, augmented reality and reference, mobile browsers, text-to-speech, speech-to-text, humanity, culture, dialogue, …
  • 19. Contact Information
    mairn.chad@spcollege.edu
    (727) 341.7181
    + 1 (727) 537.6405
    chadmairn@gmail.com
    @cmairn
    With your phone take a quick photo of this code and you’ll be directed to my mobile contact page. For the software, visit http://www.beetagg.com
  • 20. and now for something completely different
  • 21. Joe Murphy
    Twitter: libraryfuture
    Yale Science Libraries
    joseph.murphy@yale.edu
    www.facebook.com/joemurphy3
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  • 23. #HHLIB
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  • 39. (Challenges
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    Complications)
    X
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  • 41. Twitter: libraryfuture
    Joe
    Murphy
    joseph.murphy@yale.edu
    www.facebook.com/joemurphy3
  • 42. #hhlib
    @libraryfuture
    @cmairn
  • 43. Conversation / question segment