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Monday, February 11th (10am to 10:50am): iPads, Androids, Kindles, oh my!

Monday, February 11th (10am to 10:50am): iPads, Androids, Kindles, oh my!
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  • iPads, Androidsand Kindles,Oh My! MARK D. PUTERBAUGH INFORMATION SERVICES LIBRARIAN WARNER MEMORIAL LIBRARY EASTERN UNIVERSITY, ST. DAVIDS, PA
  • Presentation funded in part byThe National Network of Libraries of Medicine/ Mid-Atlantic Region’s Technology Improvement Award
  • After ChristopherColumbus no one had todiscover America again!
  • Revolutionary vs.Evolutionary Devices that Changed the Way We Communicate • iPod • iPhone • Kindle E-reader • iPad
  • MADE FOR THE CLOUD That’s where people are.
  • A Revolution by theNumbers As of December 2012, 87% of American adults have a cell phone, and 45% have a smartphone. As of January 2013, 26% of American adults own an e-book reader, and 31% own a tablet computer.
  • Planning for the Mobile Trend HOW TO DELIVER INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS TO MOBILE DEVICES WHETHER THE DEVICES ARE CONNECTED TO THE WEB OR NOT?
  • Look at the Big Players! Determine What They Do! Determine What They Have In Common!
  • GIANTS OVERHEAD• APPLE• AMAZON• GOOGLE• SAMSUNG
  • iOS Devices
  • You’re not just buying a device. You’re buying a service.
  • AppsCommunication • SKYPE • Adobe Connect • GMAIL • Productivity• Informational • CloudOn • Podcasts • EverNote • Kindle Books • NoteTaker HD • Nook Books • OneNote • Kobo Books • Notes • iBooks • Storage • SkyGrid • Google Drive • Chrome • Dropbox• Social • SkyDrive • Facebook • Education • Google+ • iTunes University • Twitter • Blackboard • LinkedIN • Edmodo • Pinterest • Adobe Connect • Instagram
  • CloudOn
  • Note Pads
  • Social Media
  • Keep everything in one space.iCloud
  • AND THERES MORE.... AIRPLAY Macintosh Connects with iPhone Other Apple Products iPod iPadFor AndroidDevices Too!
  • Your stuff anywhere on anAirplay device!
  • Mirror it all with Airplay and Apple TV
  • The Son of the Penguin!
  • What the iPoddid forMusic theAmazon Kindlehas done forBooks.
  • Get yourbooks.
  • Read it! Send It! Share It!
  • Not an iPad Killer!
  • BUY IT AND USE IT IMMEDIATELY!A Tool for Amazon Products
  • Your Amazon stuff anywhere on any device!
  • KOREAN CONFLICTRENEWED
  • Look familiar?Something for everyone on a Samsung device!
  • Communication • SKYPE Apps • Adobe Connect • GMAIL• Informational • Productivity • Kindle Books • CloudOn • Nook Books • Document2Go • Kobo Books • Android Office • SkyGrid • EverNote • Chrome • Storage• Social • Google Drive • Facebook • Dropbox • Google+ • SkyDrive • Twitter • Education • LinkedIN • Blackboard • Pinterest • Edmodo • Instagram • Adobe Connect
  • It all connects.
  • Conflict on the home front.Your home TV, the next battleground for the giants! Samsung and Google vs. Apple TV
  • Whatever happed to….?
  • Commonality. E-BOOKS ON MOBILE PLATFORMS