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workshop and presentation at the European Conference on Information Literacy in Istanbul, Turkey, October 22-25, 2013 (http://www.ecil2013.org/index.php/page,109,workshops)

workshop and presentation at the European Conference on Information Literacy in Istanbul, Turkey, October 22-25, 2013 (http://www.ecil2013.org/index.php/page,109,workshops)

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  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_number_of_broadband_Internet_subscriptionsWhat it means put it inhttp://mobithinking.com/mobile-marketing-tools/latest-mobile-stats/b#mobilebroadbandAccording to the The International Telecommunication Union (ITU), a specialized agency of the United Nations There were 2.1 billion mobile Web users in the world at the end of 2012. That is 29.5 percent of the global population.• Mobile-broadband subscription outnumber fixed broadband subscriptions 3:1.• In developed countries mobile-broadband users often also have access to a fixed-broadband connection, but in developing countries mobile broadband is often the only access method available to people.IFLA also recently emphasized the importance of mobile technologies and they said [next slide]
  • One-shot class geared toward Lehman honors students (45 minutes)For example Freshman Year Initiative classes to search on mobile devices (instead of traditional desktop searching)Students are encouraged to use own devices but library Ipads specific for learningTaught different classes, also subject oriented classes, africanamerican studies class etc left the libraryInteractive teaching – les lecture style more involved – teacher is at the same level as student, collaborative teachiingAs part of classes taught in 2012 I did a study – lets look at some results now [next slide]
  • Interactive teaching – les lecture style more involved – teacher is at the same level as studentOne thing the study did not yet do, and I hope to do this in future study is asses the learning of studentsSo the final thing I want to talk about before we start our workshop activities is [next slide]
  • Three questions max – all questions later or during the conference
  • Thanks, everyone!
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    • 1. From Information Literacy to Mobile Information Literacy: Supporting Students’ Research and Information Needs in a Mobile World Stefanie Havelka Assistant Professor Electronic Resources – Web Services Librarian Lehman College, The City University of New York Bronx, New York, USA
    • 2. Before we start Please connect your mobile device to the WI-FI network!
    • 3. Hello!
    • 4. Mobile broadband Internet subscriptions in 2012 as percentage of a country’s population Global Mobile World
    • 5. THE GLOBAL INFORMATION ECONOMY WILL BE TRANSFORMED BY NEW TECHNOLOGIES http://trends.ifla.org/ Trend #5 IFLA Trend Report
    • 6. • • • • Look up/Find Information Explore/Play Check In/ Status Edit/Create
    • 7. Mobile isn't just 'mobile’. It's also the couch, the kitchen, the three-hour layover, all places where we have time and attention to spare. Josh Clark/ http://www.creativebloq.com/josh-clark-why-jakob-nielsen-wrong-mobile-4124168 Myth of Mobile User
    • 8. Any activity that allows individuals to be more productive when consuming, interacting, or creating information, mediated through a compact digital portable device… Clark N. Quinn in The Mobile Academy Mobile Learning
    • 9. Shifting the way we learn and teach in Higher Education
    • 10. We are called on as teachers to teach them how to use these technologies effectively […] Teaching mobile web literacy seems to me as crucial as teaching basic literacy. David Parry. Mobile perspectives: On teaching mobile literacy. Mobile Literacy
    • 11. Libraries
    • 12. Information Literacy
    • 13. Teach students and faculty how to use mobile apps and mobile websites to access, retrieve, evaluate and use reliable information Mobile Information Literacy
    • 14. Andrew Walsh in Using Mobile Technology to Deliver Library Services: A Handbook Mobile Information Literacy
    • 15. Mobile Privacy & Mobile Security
    • 16. Teaching Mobile Information Literacy at Lehman College
    • 17. Survey Results
    • 18. Survey Results
    • 19. • Colleagues, users, students vendors • Conferences (e.g., M-Libraries, Handheld Librarian) • Blogs (e.g., ALA TechSource, Librarian by Design, ProfHacker) • Apple/Android app sites • Webinars, web learning platforms Keeping Up
    • 20. Questions?
    • 21. Stefanie Havelka Assistant Professor Electronic Resources-Web Services Librarian Lehman College / CUNY stefanie.havelka@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-7763 @steffihavelka
    • 22. Image credits: • • • • • • • • • • Slide 4: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:MobileBroadbandInternetPenetrationWorldMap.svg Slide 7: http://wdmtech.wordpress.com Slide 8: http://newyork.cbslocal.com Slide 9: bendoregonnews.blogspot.com Slide 11: http://www.setonhill.edu/ Slide 13: http://www.beautiful-libraries.com/ Slide 16: http://libraries.mit.edu/dirc Slide 19: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:SignDoNotDisturb_res.jpg and http://www.bioquellus.com/technology/microbiology/influenza-virus/ Slide 24: http://valiantcrossfit.com/?attachment_id=420 Slide 25: http://www.medschoolcoach.com/how-should-i-write-thank-you-notes-to-myinterviewers/

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