Pervasive mobile computing creates new opportunities for people to discover, access, and share information. How can libraries leverage mobile technology to enhance discovery and use of archives and special collections content? This presentation describes some of the near-term opportunities and challenges of providing mobile access to digital collections, informed by work at the NCSU Libraries over the past two years. Two projects are discussed in detail. The “WolfWalk” mobile app provides a location-aware historical guide to NC State University, connecting alumni, students, and campus visitors with historical photos from the university archives. The presenters also describe the recent use of mobile technologies to enhance the user experience with physical exhibits in the library space. The presentation outlines several considerations when planning a mobile initiative, such as content curation issues, the selection of a mobile application delivery platform, and the enabling role of digital collections infrastructure.