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With the continuing proliferation of smartphones and devices such as the iPad, there now exists a completely new culture of communication. Mobile media is unknown territory for many of us and our ...

With the continuing proliferation of smartphones and devices such as the iPad, there now exists a completely new culture of communication. Mobile media is unknown territory for many of us and our patrons are already there. Libraries are faced with new challenges and new questions. What makes your website mobile friendly? How can your library begin to serve the mobileuser? What are other libraries providing mobile services
(or, are they)? Where should your library start? Get the information you need to start answering these questions and more.

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  • With the continuing proliferation of smartphones and devices such as the iPad, there now exists a completely new culture of communication. Mobile media is unknown territory for many of us and our patrons are already there. Libraries are faced with new challenges and new questions. What makes your website mobilefriendly? How can your library begin to serve the mobile user? What are other libraries providing mobile services (or, are they)? Where should your library start? Get the information you need to start answering these questions and more. Sponsored by: Program Committee 17

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  • Mobile Matters Accommodating the Mobile Masses Laura Solomon Library Services Manager OPLIN [email_address]
  • Things mobiles have made, or will make, obsolete
    • “ Mobile devices -- and the many types of services that run on them -- are more widespread than any other digital information technology. “
    • http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/09/10-charts-everything-you-need-to-know-about-mobile/244974/#slide5
  • 82%
  • Still lots of landlines (Yes, I had one of these)
  • It’s all about the smartphone …
    • 50 MILLION
    Going down…
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  • There’s an app for that
  • Texting is for kids…right? Nope.
  • 31%
  • “ More and more smartphone users are leaving their desktops, laptops and even their TVs in the dark, and looking to mobile devices to satisfy all their basic technological needs. “ http://www.cnn.com/2010/TECH/mobile/10/21/smartphones.as.computers/index.html
  • … and the tablet …
  • … and the laptop (still)
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    • 5000%
    Holy cow!!
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  • What should we do?
    • Change perspective.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/wvs/280384849/
  • Mobile-friendly catalogs
    • PASS
    • SOPAC
    • Koha
    • Evergreen
    • FAIL
    • Innovative
    • Voyager
    • SirsiDynix
    Notice any pattern here?
  • Mobile friendly databases
    • EBSCO
    • Biography Reference Bank
    • Mango Languages
    Only three 
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  • Pay fines via mobile ? http://www.flickr.com/photos/thijsjacobs/3745445404/
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  • What can libraries do NOW?
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  • Scan Jose
  • Revamp your website
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  • Mobile site essentials
    • Hours
    • Contact Us
    • Directories
    • Directions
    • Floor maps
    • Search
    • Catalog
    • Social media
  • Mobile-friendly reference
    • @Twitter
    • SMS specific reference
    • Instant messaging?
    Don’t count on this last one
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  • Think about QR codes
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  • http://www.actionlibrarian.com/archives/124
  • Don’t forget …
  • Mobile-friendly libraries
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/barnaby_jeans/5120809972/
  • Marketing mobile http://www.flickr.com/photos/daviderickson/2765981920/
  • What about library apps ?
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  • What does this mean to me, Laura?
  • Gadgets are ephemeral
  • Screen size doesn’t matter
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/panarmenian_photo/4932197300/
  • You mean it makes PHONE CALLS???
  • “ Mobile is as different from the Internet as TV is from radio” - -Tomi T. Ahonen
  • The new information ecology
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/jwgustavson/4951025955/ Not a strategy
    • Twitter : @laurasolomon
    • Facebook : Facebook.com/laurasolomon
    • Blog : What Does This Mean to Me, Laura?
    • ( http://www.meanlaura.com )
    • Email : [email_address]
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