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Future of Libraries - SWFLN Staff Day

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Future of Libraries - SWFLN Staff Day

  1. 1. Diana Silveira, Novare Library Services Future of Libraries
  2. 2. Class Slides Slideshare.net/dee987 Image: http://goo.gl/mb5Wuk
  3. 3. Agenda Highlight the top technology trends & discuss what is just over the horizon. Have fun!
  4. 4. Customer Experience
  5. 5. mobile Customers expect the services to transcend service points. Examples: Google Indoor Mapping Bluubeam Apps
  6. 6. Image from http://goo.gl/u4tWPX Ebooks • Continued Growth of Ebooks • Rise of Independent Authors • Bookless Libraries
  7. 7. Social Media Image from http://goo.gl/UDNOe7
  8. 8. How are you connectingwithyour users?
  9. 9. Digital Natives
  10. 10. Images source: http://goo.gl/zARJ7D http://facbook.com (now with video calls) https://ello.co/ https://vine.co/ http://instagram.com/ http://www.whatsapp.com/ https://twitter.com/ http://www.pinterest.com/ https://www.tumblr.com/
  11. 11. Rules of Engagement: • Be Visual – THINK VIDEO • Be in the conversation • Be Content Curators • Be Organized: Have a schedule Meme source: http://goo.gl/Aoqr0m
  12. 12. Podcasting & Livestreaming • YouTube • Vine • SnapChat • Livestream • Local History Archives • Podcast Stations • Recording Studios? http://goo.gl/ypcE2t
  13. 13. Mobile Payments Image from http://goo.gl/nbWcCu
  14. 14. Mobile Payment Options Google Wallet Bitcoin • Near Field Communication • Person-to-person payments • Mobile donations • Virtual currency Coin Library card future? Checkbooks are dead
  15. 15. How do you connect with users?
  16. 16. Productivity
  17. 17. Cloud Computing
  18. 18. Document Storage Google Drive Dropbox OneDrive Evernote
  19. 19. Web Services to the Cloud
  20. 20. Software as a Service
  21. 21. Ubiquitous Collaboration Google+ Hangouts
  22. 22. Integration of Virtual & Real worlds
  23. 23. Internet of Things Image from http://goo.gl/jHd98
  24. 24. Wired Homes • Thermostat Controlled by Smart Phones • Text and Email Alerts for Doors and Windows • Control Your Lights • Talk to your appliances
  25. 25. Virtual Reality Samsung/Oculus Rift • Be transported to amazing new worlds, in games, video and images • 360 degree panoramic views • Easy to use touch controls • Games and applications available from the Oculus VR app store
  26. 26. Microsoft Hololens http://goo.gl/jkNAZW
  27. 27. Wearable Tech
  28. 28. Tracking your belongings TrackR app. Tile http://pawtrack.com/
  29. 29. Google glass
  30. 30. What do smart watches do? • Send/Receive Texts • Check Weather • Apple connects to apps • Built-in Activity Trackers • Voice Activated • Maps, Weather, Lyft Rides Image: http://goo.gl/aT4TRN
  31. 31. Images (becky stern) http://goo.gl/w3K7pW Create Fashion: http://www.adafruit.com/products/659
  32. 32. Beacons • transmit messages or prompts directly to a smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth. • Retail using for flash sales, product info… • Could be used to control lights, and use lights to monitor • Airports, train stations looking at using for notifications Example: Bluubeam for Libraries More @ http://goo.gl/oDQhtP Gimbal
  33. 33. Voice Controls • Siri • Cortana • Google Now • Some Smart Watches • Amazon Echo Image http://goo.gl/6u4v3T
  34. 34. Future of Wearables
  35. 35. Wearable Drones Image & Story
  36. 36. Smart Contacts • Push Notifications • Monitoring Diabetes
  37. 37. Flexible Circuitry Full article: http://goo.gl/JmqtXj Image: http://goo.gl/t2lcMh “That means that more conventional circuit printing can be used on the new material—making the prospect of flexible circuits easier and considerably cheaper.” - Gizmodo
  38. 38. http://goo.gl/nFWZdV In the future: Refrigerator can generate menus Create and order grocery lists Oven can start cooking remotely
  39. 39. How can we use wearables in the library? • Programs • Circulation • Staff Tools image
  40. 40. Makerspaces Image from http://flic.kr/p/bAA1mi , http://goo.gl/PdhlMp
  41. 41. What is a makerspace? 3D Printers Physical Computing (Robotics) Programming Creation Space Links: http://goo.gl/qB6TmQ , http://goo.gl/J8FzQQ
  42. 42. 3D Printers
  43. 43. What can you print? Images from - http://goo.gl/AVMZgM , http://goo.gl/6jUnf1, http://goo.gl/ODoaXv
  44. 44. Image: http://goo.gl/ata5m0 Video: http://goo.gl/e2YhAU
  45. 45. Code-Ins & HackerspacesGoogle Summer of Code: http://goo.gl/nXhPga, Hackerspaces.org , http://goo.gl/bjwL8D
  46. 46. Code forAmerica Bringing together local governments and technologists to make better cities for everyone
  47. 47. … is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. … is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard. It’s a capable little PC It also plays high- definition video. http://www.raspberrypi.org/ http://www.arduino.cc/ Littlebitsareanopensourcelibraryof electronicmodulesthatsnaptogetherwith tinymagnetsforprototyping,learning,and fun. http://littlebits.cc/ Entry Level Robotics
  48. 48. TeachingRobotics@YourLibrary Westport Public Library http://www.nowtheendbegins.com/blog/?p=26858 Video: http://youtu.be/nNbj2G3GmAo From Kayce: http://www.bricks4kidz.com/
  49. 49. MakerSpaces in Action OCLC: http://tic.ocls.info/?page_id=1368 Detroit: http://goo.gl/sbhaJW More examples: http://goo.gl/iOUabk
  50. 50. Vital Key: Collaborative Learning Space http://goo.gl/qRH1GV http://goo.gl/B2eObM
  51. 51. New Threats: Privacy, Data and Security
  52. 52. Big Data image http://goo.gl/cTYr1v
  53. 53. Hackers: Data Theft/Spying will get worse before it gets any better! Image from http://goo.gl/nLs3LB
  54. 54. NSA and Data collection
  55. 55. Selling MEtaData Image from http://goo.gl/oH6Vmj
  56. 56. Web Design Trends Image source: http://goo.gl/HU5Fg6
  57. 57. Responsive Web Design
  58. 58. Web design trends • Focus on mobile! • Flat design • Long scrolling sites • Simplified content • Dropping the sidebar • Large hero areas • Videos in place of text • Fonts with personality • Simple color schemes • Manipulated imagery Source: http://goo.gl/RdKqa8
  59. 59. Contextual & Related Search
  60. 60. GamificationImage from http://goo.gl/Eo4ezO FourSquare bought by Microsoft Yelp, Facebook Check-in Location-based searching Gamifying your website (Captain Up) Library game
  61. 61. Passport A learning system that demonstrates academic achievement through customized badges. http://www.itap.purdue.edu/studio/passport
  62. 62. Open Source/Access/Learning
  63. 63. Great Open Source Projects EduOnGo Koha and VuFind Calibre WordPress ProjectLibre Firefox Android GitHub Code Academy
  64. 64. Crowdsourcing Image from http://goo.gl/dJHqAH
  65. 65. Crowdsourcing 101 • Kickstarter, Indiegogo • On Kickstarter, 44% of projects are funded • Great way to bring library projects to life • “Most successfully funded projects raise less than $10,000”…but that is changing Image from http://dbrabham.wordpress.com
  66. 66. How can these trends be used in libraries?
  67. 67. What Trends Do you see?
  68. 68. Contact Info Diana Silveira Novare Library Services Diana@novarelibrary.com Twitter: dee987 Slideshare.net/dee987

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