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    • innovative mobile interfaces
      ALA Virtual ConferenceAcademic Librarian Lightning RoundJuly 14, 2011
      Courtney Greene | Beth Ruane
      flickr : Lance Shields
    • mobile will teach us nothing
      flickr: Scott Dierdorf
    • Pew report (7/11/11): Smartphone Adoption & Usage
    • YES YOU CAN
      flickr : sugar_snaps
    • You + mobile:
      Primarily theoretical at this point.
      In the planning stages, or nearly ready for primetime.
      Open for business.
      Mobile? Pfft. We’re building spaceships now.
      flickr: mass distraction
    • get in step with your campus
      flickr : new york public library
    • adoption in your community
      You see a few smartphones & tablets, but they’re not widespread.
      A mixed bag of both, but definitely picking up steam.
      More mobile devices than print books.
      Your institution provides devices to students.
      jonjon2k8
    • where’s the overlap?
      services
      mobility
      connectivity
    • customize your users’ mobile experience
      personalization
      chrisblakeley
      • Librarians as enthusiastic users
      • Mobile technologies in your own shop
      • Internal launch + word of mouth marketing
      modeling tech behavior
      NYPL
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/alykat/175071031/
      make it happen, then make it better
    • State of the Union
      We have a systems/IT department internally in the library.
      There is a single web person, who may or may not have help from staff.
      Tech development happens in teams, on top of other job duties.
      Our IT has been entirely outsourced to the campus.
      Scott Ableman
    • pants (buzzfeed)
      we ♥ flowcharts
      geeks (NYT)
      friday (geekosystem)
    • going mobile in 1 … 2 …
      IT overlords/super friends?
      Talk to them.
      Right away.
      Yes
      Big budget?
      First, congrats.
      Second, as Mom said, while money won’t make you happy, it can make life easier.
      Yes
    • going mobile in 1 … 2 … 3 …
      IT overlords/super friends?
      Talk to them.
      Right away.
      Yes
      Big budget?
      First, congrats.
      Second, as Mom said, while money won’t make you happy, it can make life easier.
      Yes
      CMS? CSS?
      Proceed with caution, but you might be able to do a lot automagically.
      Yes
    • 4 … 5 … easy steps!
      Code monkey?
      • Validate
      • Emulate
      • Try not to hate [mobile ain’t just phones]
      Yes, you can.
      Yes
      We got nuthin.
      Yes, you can too.Transcoding, site builders, ingenuity.
      [sad trombone]
    • lessons learned
      emdot
    • point
      of
      need
      Michael Kalus
    • flickr: chapendra
    • free the data! … um, whee?
      flickr: markjtaylor
    • This is Strong Bad. Our favorite Strong Bad Email episode is “Technology.” Check it out at: www.homestarrunner.com/sbemail143.html
      what’s YOUR next big thing?
    • Medium
      VS
      Message
      arenamontanus
    • Matthew Wilkinson
    • Flickr: bitzcelt
    • Flickr: lyzadanger
    • (some bunny has to do it)
      a_kep
    • flickr: state library of queensland australia
      (we know we packed a lot in)
      Thank you
      mobile learning, 1928
      Courtney Greene
      Head, Digital User Experience
      Indiana University Bloomington Libraries
      crgreene@indiana.edu
      find these slides at: slideshare.net/mobilelibraries
      Beth Ruane
      Emerging Technologies & Reference Librarian
      Skidmore College
      eruane@skidmore.edu
    • Questions?
      flickr: pink sherbert photography