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  • Benchmark comparisons across platforms: I Phones, BlackBerryCloud Computing Software as a Service
  • Overview of the progress of mobile technology and growth of Social Media….The web as a platform …..cell phone as a platformProgress in tags, taxonomy, global networking advance web 2.0Rich user experience.
  • Ubiquitous computing.Likened to a “Swiss Army Knife” .Multi-functionality One tools satisfies information needs.Needs for improvement:Student Centric Apps ID cards, cardinal cash, transcripts, etc.Academic Function: education focused resources, Blackboard, tutorials, etc.Accessibility : Creativity and Synergy: Voice Activated , some hands free, some audio but more creativity for the visually oriented mobile web. Digital Information Literacy parallel development : measured, taught and used? What is the impact on our cognitive thinking and behavioral anchored activities? Wireless internet use 2009-2010 (8%) Access laptop-47%; cell phone-40%; Cell or laptop 59%
  • ANalysis Of Variance between groups: Standard Messaging System, Email, Really Simple Syndication.Improved communication and collaboration.Encourages active learningEnhanced learning and feedback4. Emphasized time on taskAcquire content quicklyProvides more learning opportunities for geographically dispersed groups , i.e. distance learning .
  • Basic content relevant to Library hours, locations, library account, catalog and quick article using EBSCO databases: ASP: American History & Life , ATLA , Avery Index to Architectural periodicals, Literary Reference Center; CINAHL HaPI (Health and Psychosocial Instruments).
  • Benchmark comparisons across platforms: I Phones, BlackBerryCloud Computing Software as a Service
  • Mobiletechnology07202010 12796586329683-phpapp02(1)

    1. 1. Mobile Technology The Whys and the Wherefores Marianne Giltrud, MSLS July 20, 2010
    2. 2. What is Mobile Technology? Web enabled Smartphone’s Applications designed for smart phone interfaces. Cloud computing
    3. 3. The Framework for Mobile Web 2.0 (Kuklinski & Brandt, 2008) Stanford’s Human Computer Interaction Users “always on and always in motion.” Mobile Technology Graphic:
    4. 4. Why Mobile Technology: Why Now?EDUCAUSE (Aldrich, 2010) Pew Internet: Mobile Access 2010 (Smith, 2010)
    5. 5. Mobile Learning (Lan, & Sie, 2010)ANOVA Analysis Findings  SMS, Email, RSS  Improved communication and collaboration.  SMS Timeliness  Enhanced learning  Email Content Richness feedback  RSS Accuracy and  Encouraged active & Adaptability Problem Based Learning New and Events Feeds:  Emphasized time on task ents/rss-feeds/  Acquire content quickly  Provides more learning opportunities for geographically dispersed groups.
    6. 6. The Catholic University of America Libraries Mobile Website Quick Article Search Features and  Access to EBSCO Functionality Databases  Hours  ASP: American History &  Location Life, ATLA, Avery Index to  Ask a Librarian Architectural periodicals  MyAladin & Catalog  Literary Reference Center  Quick Article Search  CINAHL, HaPl  Full Website
    7. 7. Questions for Discussion Quick survey….How many of you currently have/use smart phones on a regular basis? What are the advantages to mobile technology? Disadvantages? What impact does this have on Teaching, Learning and Scholarship?
    8. 8. Bibliography Aldrich, A. (2010, July). Universities and libraries move to the mobile web. EDUCAUSE QUARTERLY, 33(2), Retrieved from esandLibrariesMoveto/206531. Kuklinski, H. , & Brandt, Joel. (2008 , September). Mobile web 2.0. Retrieved from Lan, Y. , & Sie, Y. . (2010). Using Rss to support mobile learning based on media richness theory . Computers & Education, 55, 723-732. Smith, A. . (2010, July 7). Mobile access 2010. Retrieved from further reading Chen, C. . (2010). The Implementation and evaluation of a mobile self-and peer-assessment system. Computers & Education, 55, 229-236. Katz, J. (2008 ). Handbook of mobile communication studies . Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press.