Apps For Your Library

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  • Define Mobile Literacy: the ability to find, access, evaluate, and use mobile resources effectively.
  • More than 1 in 3 minutes spent online is spent on a mobile device.
  • All apps are free and available in both the iTunes and Android app stores, unless otherwise noted.
  • Search is the #1 smartphone browser activity.
  • Clinical reference for clinicians and consumers, medical news, continuing medical education, and medical directory.
  • Find jobs using Indeed, the most comprehensive search engine for jobs. In a single search, Indeed offers free access to millions of jobs from thousands of company websites and job boards.
  • Pocket Resume is the best-selling app that allows you to create, maintain, and email your resume from your Apple device (supports iPhone/iPod Touch and iPad!).

  • The first MOOC platform.The world’s largest online catalog of free education contentLearn a new language. Study Shakespeare. Discover the cosmos. It’s all possible on iTunes U, home to more than 500,000 free lectures, videos, books, and other resources on thousands of subjects.
  • Three Ring unlocks the power of your mobile phone or iPad. Now it's easy for teachers and students to document evidence from the classroom. Capture anything, regardless of format, in just seconds.Take a picture of any paper, drawing, or board work.Record presentations or discussions with audio or video.Students can upload their own work from any mobile device or computer.
  • Apps For Your Library

    1. 1. Willie MillerAssistant Librarian, IUPUI University LibraryILF District 4 ConferenceMay 10, 2013Apps For Your Library
    2. 2. • Mobile Internet Trends• Smartphone & Tablet Trends• 30 App Reviews• Your Favorites• Q & AOutline
    3. 3. Information LiteracyACRL Information Literacy Competency StandardsThe ability to recognize wheninformation is needed and havethe ability to locate, evaluate, anduse effectively the neededinformation.
    4. 4. Time Spent Using the Internet in 2012
    5. 5. Consumer Smartphone Adoption
    6. 6. Smartphone Subscriptions
    7. 7. Smartphone vs. Feature Phones
    8. 8. • Apple iPhone 4S• Apple iPhone 4• Apple iPhone 3GS• Apple iPhone 5• Samsung Galaxy S IIITop Phones
    9. 9. Smartphone & Tablet User (Millions)
    10. 10. • Apple iPads• Amazon Kindle 2/Fire/HD• Acer Iconia/Iconia Tab• Samsung Galaxy Note/Tab• Barnes & Noble NOOK Color/Tablet/HDTop Tablet Families
    11. 11. By 2015,
    12. 12. Social MediaApps for your library
    13. 13. Instagram
    14. 14. InstagramMy Hunt Library
    15. 15. Facebook Pages Manager
    16. 16. Facebook Pages Manager
    17. 17. HootSuite
    18. 18. HootSuite
    19. 19. ReferenceApps for your library
    20. 20. Dictionary.com
    21. 21. Encyclopaedia Britannica
    22. 22. Wikipedia (Android)
    23. 23. Wikipanion (Apple)
    24. 24. Craigslist
    25. 25. Urban Spoon
    26. 26. FastCustomer
    27. 27. Medscape (From WebMD)
    28. 28. Indeed Job Search
    29. 29. Job Interview Questions
    30. 30. Pocket Resume ($2.99)
    31. 31. EducationApps for your library
    32. 32. iTunes U (Apple)
    33. 33. Learn Spanish (Apple)
    34. 34. Learn Spanish (Android)
    35. 35. Google Translate
    36. 36. Three Ring
    37. 37. Test PrepApps for your library
    38. 38. GRE Vocab Genius (Apple)
    39. 39. Virtual SAT Tutor (Android)
    40. 40. Speed Reading Trainer
    41. 41. ProductivityApps for your library
    42. 42. Evernote
    43. 43. Dropbox
    44. 44. NewsApps for your library
    45. 45. CNN
    46. 46. NY Times
    47. 47. World Newspapers (Android)
    48. 48. World Newspaper (Apple)
    49. 49. BooksApps for your library
    50. 50. Goodreads
    51. 51. Google Play Books
    52. 52. Implications for libraries.
    53. 53. • (Apple) iTunes• (Android) Google Play Apps• Windows Phone Apps• Blackberry AppsWhere to Find Apps
    54. 54. • Ebrary• EBSCOhost• Gale Cengage• Hoover• JSTOR• WorldCatSee list here: http://www.libsuccess.org/index.php?title=M-Libraries#Publishers_offering_databases.2Finterfaces_for_mobile_devicesLibrary Vendor Apps & Mobile Sites
    55. 55. Favorites?
    56. 56. • http://www.scribd.com/doc/95259089/KPCB-Internet-Trends-2012• http://libraries.pewinternet.org/2012/12/31/mobile-connections-to-libraries/• comScore Mobile future in focus 2013:http://www.comscore.com/Insights/Presentations_and_Whitepapers/2013/2013_Mobile_Future_in_Focus3• http://www.slideshare.net/joseph.murphy/indiana-lib-federation-keynote• 2012 Mobile Year in Review:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdWmIoeLyfc• ACRL IL Standards:http://www.ala.org/acrl/standards/informationliteracycompetencyReferences
    57. 57. Willie MillerIUPUI University Librarywmmiller@iupui.eduPresentation available: http://go.iu.edu/7saContact

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