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Presentation for the IU SLIS ALA-SC
Emerging Technologies in Libraries
February 1, 2011

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  • The worldwide mobile phone market grew 17.9% in the fourth quarter of 2010 (4Q10), a new quarterly high driven by smartphones. According to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Mobile Phone Tracker, vendors shipped 401.4 million units in 4Q10 compared to 340.5 million units in the fourth quarter of 2009. Vendors shipped a total of 1.39 billion units on a cumulative worldwide basis in 2010, up 18.5% from the 1.17 billion units shipped in 2009.http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20110127006929/en/CORRECTING-REPLACING-Mobile-Phone-Market-Grows-17.9
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    • 1. emerging technologiesmobile devices | discovery layers
      courtneygreene
      february 1, 2011
    • 2. the world fits in my pocket
      portability + ubiquity
      Albany Associates
    • 3. Ericsson
    • 4. the rise of android
    • 5. who you calling dumb?
    • 6. always on
      jon mcgovern
    • 7. From those “in the know”…
      Deloitte telecom forecast 2011:More than 50 percent ofcomputing devices sold globally will be smartphones, tablets and non-PC netbooks
      ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 2010:
      Almosttwo-thirds of respondents ownInternet-capable handheld devices;43% of those report accessing the Internet daily, up from 29% in 2009.
      Pew Internet:Non-voice activities are increasing;
      A study published in July 2010 reports40% of adultsuse internet, email or instant messaging on a mobile phone
      onswipe
    • 8. ollie t.
      josh liba
      12392252@N03
      albertizeme
    • 9. standards
      markjtaylor
    • 10. standards
      woot
    • 11. the forest and the trees
      philaestheta
      precision + recall
    • 12. consensus
      brevity
      currency
      the holy grail
    • 13. Old Faithful?
      “Almost all respondents relied on the same few information sources.”
    • 14. Andrew-Hyde
    • 15. avrenim_acceber
      off with the old, on with the new
    • 16. library technology guides
      discovery layers
      serials solutions
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    • 20. emdot
      Thank you!

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