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Techs Impacting Libraries & Publishing in 2012 – SJSU Spring 2012 Colloquia. ...

Techs Impacting Libraries & Publishing in 2012 – SJSU Spring 2012 Colloquia.

I had the joy of presenting as part of the Spring 2012 Colloquium Series hosted by San Jose State University’s School of Library and Information Science. The topic – The Techs Impacting Libraries & Publishing in 2012.



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  • Joe Murphy The Techs Impacting Libraries & Publishing in 2012SJSU Spring 2012 Colloquium Series
  • Smartphones
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  • Named Apples iPad App of the yearDeveloped for the iPad,Flipboard Creates a visual magazine likeexperience for custom curated content Key points: •Visual browsing •Personal choice in content •Social and proprietary contentiPhone app released inDecember, 2011 “has beendownloaded more than one milliontimes in its first week” -
  • Instagram & Mobile Photo Sharing• Library projects • Visual narrative for you library •Collaborative community exhibits •Adding visual element to the library and its story • Online and in library exhibitions • Hashtags and location• Brands • Enhancing content with images • Using image appeal to expand social reach
  • Oink app
  • iPad 3 is coming
  • and Libraries:•Important because self and groupcuration of online content•Use to – •Bookmark resources • share images of books •Contributions from community •As a visual resource guide •Facilitate collaboration •As a teaching tool •Pin pics of staff - human element •Track metrics •Enhance existing social media projects
  • NFC in museums
  • QR Codes
  • Gaming
  • Location-Aware Servicesand QR Codes for Libraries By Joe Murphy THE TECH SET® 2012 Series Edited by Ellyssa Kroski Practical guide to today’s hot technologies written to help you enhance the library-user connection
  • Leveling up in badges
  • from-the-streets-of-barcelona/
  • Miso
  • Into Now
  • Foodspotting updatesSoundtracking updates
  • “The Future of History Is on Facebook” Librarians as community managers: Libraries as the brand, We often learn about people and these archives as through social networks - this can apply to historical figures too. the campaign in this instance.
  • Mobile payments spreading “In 2012, mobile payments could be the transformational technology…”
  • Google+ now has 90 million users globally - Adding over 600 thousand every day and might reach 300 million users with in a year - Obama to host State of theUnion questions on Google+ Hangout
  • Access to power for our mobile devices is upmost in space capital. Possible solution to a contemporary challenge facing physical libraries? Possible revenue source: patrons would be willing to pay. More importantly – advertising and branding as viable space
  • Tattoo-like electronic chips to monitor the body bridge the gap between biological input and electronic synthesis of information
  • Why ban phones from the classroom when youcan harness them? -
  • Cross phone platform chat app
  • Instagram for video
  • 3D printing andmore,to facilitatecreating andexploration
  • Technology Trend Spotter for Libraries Twitter: @libraryfuture