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Lita Forum 2009 Mobile Day Two

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Day One of my 2 day preconference for the Library Information Technology Association Forum 2009.

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Lita Forum 2009 Mobile Day Two

  1. 1. the future of mobile LITAForum 2009 day two
  2. 2. reflections
  3. 3. library content
  4. 4. text
  5. 5. commercial services
  6. 6. public domain
  7. 7. stanza
  8. 8. google books mobile
  9. 9. audio
  10. 10. iTunes
  11. 11. video
  12. 12. overdrive
  13. 13. licensed content
  14. 14. images
  15. 15. other content
  16. 16. library services
  17. 17. reference instruction circulation
  18. 18. reference
  19. 19. sms reference
  20. 20. two choices
  21. 21. buy a phone
  22. 22. use a service
  23. 23. aim hack
  24. 24. txt to 246246 "send USERNAME message"
  25. 25. google voice
  26. 26. libraryh3lp
  27. 27. text a librarian
  28. 28. instruction
  29. 29. tours
  30. 30. circulation
  31. 31. sms reminders
  32. 32. AT&T - number@txt.att.net Verizon - number@vtext.com Sprint - number@messaging.sprintpcs.com T-Mobile - number@tmomail.net
  33. 33. pocketcirc
  34. 34. SirsiDynixPocketCirc Bringing Knowledge to Life. Mobility, the latest advance in technology, is now available to library staff who have long been confined to computer desks. SirsiDynix PocketCirc™ is a wireless circulation unit that frees library staff to serve users and perform both online and offline circulation operations – all without having to be at a desktop workstation. Serve users throughout your library SirsiDynix’s handheld circulation tools give library staff the freedom to conduct daily circulation procedures as well as large inventory projects in either an offline or wireless online environment. With a handheld PDA device in a Windows® CE environment, SirsiDynix PocketCirc combines the power of a SirsiDynix Unicorn® Library Management System with the flexibility and ease of a handheld device. With the added ability to work wireless, imagine how easily staff can move about the library and conduct the normal check-in, check-out, use-item, inventory, and patron registration tasks. Productivity on the move Achieve greater productivity for library staff. Not only are they free to move about the building, they remain “plugged in” to the SirsiDynix system wherever they are. At peak check-out times, circulation staff • Assist users when lines form at can meet customer demands for the circulation desk quick processing – saving staff • Move into stacks for on-the-spot and users significant time. assistance • Charge materials and update records • Update inventory information away from your computer Perform circulation functions online or offline • Easily check out materials from a • Integrated with your SirsiDynix Unicorn® system bookmobile • Serve users anywhere inside or outside the library • Shorten user wait times • Take advantage of community • Increase staff efficiency through mobility events to register new users on • Continue services even when offline the spot • Continue helping users when network problems or power outages occur, as you do circulation tasks in offline mode for later uploading
  35. 35. break
  36. 36. activity
  37. 37. future
  38. 38. 4G WiMax LTE
  39. 39. libraries
  40. 40. content services
  41. 41. content
  42. 42. text audio video
  43. 43. games
  44. 44. augmented reality
  45. 45. QR codes
  46. 46. RFID readers
  47. 47. services
  48. 48. geolocation
  49. 49. wayfinding
  50. 50. reference
  51. 51. instruction
  52. 52. interlibrary loan
  53. 53. archives
  54. 54. other services
  55. 55. problems
  56. 56. conclusion
  57. 57. Tools don't get socially interesting until they get technologically boring. -- Clay Shirkey
  58. 58. Thank you.
  59. 59. www.delicious.com/griffey/mobilebook http://bit.ly/mobile_eval speakerrate.com/griffey
  60. 60. Jason Griffey Email: griffey@gmail.com Site: jasongriffey.net gVoice: 423-443-4770 Twitter: @griffey Book: Library Blogging Other: LITABlog, TechSource Head of Library Information Technology University of Tennessee at Chattanooga www.delicious.com/griffey/mobilebook http://bit.ly/mobile_eval speakerrate.com/griffey

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