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Talk from ACRL New England conference on My 14, 2010 about delighting library users with creative mobile services.

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It's a Mobile world world, where do you fit? It's a Mobile world world, where do you fit? Presentation Transcript

  • It’s a Mobile World, Where do you fit? Delighting library users with creative mobile services Nicole Hennig, MIT Libraries May 14, 2010
  • 4.6 billion mobile phone subscriptions worldwide in 2010
  • Newspapers 470 million
  • Cable/satellite TV 850 million
  • Cars in use 920 million
  • Landline phones 1.15 billion
  • PCs in use 1.2 billion
  • Email users 1.4 billion
  • Internet users 1.7 billion
  • Television sets 1.6 billion
  • Credit cards 1.7 billion
  • Bank accounts 2.2 billion
  • FM radios 3.9 billion
  • Mobile phone subscribers 3.4 billion
  • Mobile phones in use 3.9 billion
  • Mobile phone subscriptions in use 4.6 billion
  • a mobile subscription for half of the population on the planet
  • Source: Toni Ahonen Almanac 2010 www.7thMassMedia.com
  • The seven mass media 1 - Print 2 - Recordings 3 - Cinema 4 - Radio 5 - Television 6 - Internet 7 - Mobile phones
  • Mobilize, Don’t Miniaturize http://www.littlespringsdesign.com/blog/resources/mobilize/
  • 8 ways mobile is unique 1. It’s personal (not shared). 2. Always carried with you. 3. Always on. 4. Has built-in payment mechanism. 5. Available at the point of creative impulse. 6. Has very accurate audience data. 7. Captures social context. 8. Enables augmented reality. Tomi Ahonen Almanac, 2010
  • What we’re doing at MIT
  • Worldcat Mobile beta (soon)
  • Library Anywhere - LibraryThing.com (beta soon)
  • iPhone app for MIT
  • A possibility http://www.businessinsider.com/
  • Some licensed e-resources with mobile web sites or apps - ACS mobile - IOP Science Express - AIP Research - EBSCO mobile - Factiva mobile - Nature.com - HBR Today (Harvard Business Review) - Arxiv.org - Pubsearch Plus (PubMed)
  • General academic apps - Evernote - Wolfram Alpha - RefWorks Mobile - Zotero Mobile - Papers - GoodReader (PDF reader) - iAnnotate PDF (annotate PDFs) - RedLaser
  • Foursquare - adding tips
  • Virtual + Physical world
  • Librarians as early adopters content knowledge + technology knowledge
  • iPads for 4 librarians from our User Experience group
  • - checked out 12 times so far (in 1 week) - brief survey on return -sign: “the iPad is in” or “the iPad is out” :)
  • What was your favorite app? Magic Piano YouTube Polyrhythms Soundrop O-GAWA
  • Were there any apps missing? Anything you expected to see that we should add? Wolfram Alpha BeatMaker NY Times Chinese character writing A better piano app
  • How might you use an iPad for your course work? - The elibrary had some good books. I could see using that for a research paper. - Could download problem sets for classes and use instead of printing them out. - Electronic music class. - Loading daily readings instead of printing them out.
  • Comments - Awesome! - The apps are amazing. - The piano is not realistic. - I enjoyed testing out the iPad.
  • Future ideas - Circulate more iPads in the Fall in other libraries on campus. (our 3 Kindles have a 1-year waiting list!)
  • What librarians can do: - Evaluate ebook reading software - Evaluate and recommend apps - Teach classes on productivity & info management apps
  • Reading ebooks
  • Kindle on iPad
  • Apple’s store is small compared to Amazon
  • Read your books on many platforms & devices
  • apps vs. mobile web
  • apps vs. mobile web both are in our future
  • Mobile web site Desktop app Mobile app
  • Mobile web site Sync Desktop app Mobile app
  • some uses of iPad in academic life (and future tablets)
  • having all your articles and books with you and searching them
  • GoodReader
  • iAnnotate PDF annotating PDFs
  • shared whiteboards Padboard
  • remote control of laptop/desktop
  • faculty annotated textbooks
  • diagrams and mind-mapping iThoughts
  • Future: sketch interpreting software
  • interactive books The Elements
  • The Elements - ebook for iPad http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nHiEqf5wb3g
  • The Elements - ebook for iPad http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nHiEqf5wb3g
  • accessibility features
  • watching videos for coursework
  • taking notes, organizing your notes Penultimate
  • Image viewers for archival content http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHK3E4N7w6o
  • Image viewers for archival content http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHK3E4N7w6o
  • Loaning out tech devices http://news.lib.ncsu.edu/ 2010/04/08/your-ipads- are-available-d-h-hill-530- p-m-today/
  • 8 ways mobile is unique 1. It’s personal (not shared). 2. Always carried with you. 3. Always on. 4. Has built-in payment mechanism. 5. Available at the point of creative impulse. 6. Has very accurate audience data. 7. Captures social context. 8. Enables augmented reality. Tomi Ahonen Almanac, 2010
  • Librarians - mobilize, don’t miniaturize - become early adopters - lead your users into best uses of technology and information
  • Thank you! http://twitter.com/nic221 http://delicious.com/nic221/mobile http://delicious.com/nic221/iphone http://delicious.com/nic221/ipad http://mobile-libraries.blogspot.com/
  • (Bonus video - not shown at event) Chris Anderson Explains iPad Plans
  • (Bonus video - not shown at event) Chris Anderson Explains iPad Plans