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American Association of Law Libraries 2010 annual meeting program J-2. This is part one. See co-presenter Jason Eiseman's portion here: http://www.slideshare.net/jeiseman/going-mobile-aall-mobile-apps-presentation.

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Going mobile final-slideshare

  1. 1. GOING Meg Kribble Research Librarian & Outreach Coordinator MOBILE Harvard Law School Library http://slideshare.net/mak506 AALL J2 - July 13, 2010 Photo: Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton County Book Mobile
  2. 2. Why mobile apps? St. Paul Public Library’s Book Mobile, 1917 iPad Ad, 2010
  3. 3. 32 % of American smartphone owners who have used the device to access the Internet Internet, broadband, and cell phone statistics, January 2010 Pew Internet & American Life Project
  4. 4. 23 % of cellphone users who go online on a typical day Internet, broadband, and cell phone statistics, January 2010 Pew Internet & American Life Project
  5. 5. 53 % of users between 18 and 29 who have used the internet on a handheld device Internet, broadband, and cell phone statistics, January 2010 Pew Internet & American Life Project
  6. 6. 39 % of college graduates who have used the internet on a handheld device Internet, broadband, and cell phone statistics, January 2010 Pew Internet & American Life Project
  7. 7. 46 % of lawyers who report regular Internet use on a PDA/smartphone/Blackberry 2009 Legal Technology Survey Report American Bar Association
  8. 8. 2.3 % of lawyers who report regular use of mobile device for legal research 2009 Legal Technology Survey Report American Bar Association
  9. 9. an institutional choice not to pursue mobility is increasingly untenable 7 Things You Should Know About Mobile IT Educause
  10. 10. Why not just browse? Web Apps
  11. 11. Web apps v. native apps
  12. 12. App World: 7422 Android Market: 70,000 App Catalog & Software Store: 8000 App Store: 225,000 How many native apps? Wikipedia: List of digital distribution platforms for mobile devices
  13. 13. GPS Accelerometer Microphone Camera & Speaker What can native apps do? Photos: @DeathByBokeh, @Sekaino Ai, @dsevilla, @Roadside Guitars on Flickr
  14. 14. Geocaching Runkeeper Foursquare GPS
  15. 15. Red Laser Zoom iShake it Postman Camera
  16. 16. Red Laser Demo Backup
  17. 17. DoodleJump Sleep Cycle Lightsaber The Gavel Accelerometer
  18. 18. Shazam Voice Memo Dragon Dictation Skype Speaker & microphone
  19. 19. SMS
  20. 20. Where to start? Photo: @nineohsix
  21. 21. Specify how you use your mobile device for library- or research-related tasks. Harvard University Libraries survey of graduate students
  22. 22. 23% HOLLIS Catalog 13% Library hours 9% Mobile library website 8% Access to databases 3% Map of stacks Which library-related tool would you most like to have on your mobile device? Harvard University Libraries survey of graduate students
  23. 23. Mobile OPACS
  24. 24. Legal Research: Lexis
  25. 25. Legal Research: Lexis Get Cases
  26. 26. Legal Research: Westlaw
  27. 27. Legal Research: WestlawNext
  28. 28. Legal Research: Black’s Law Dictionary
  29. 29. IEEE iSSRN Worldcat PubMed EBSCOHost Britannica Mobile Other mobile databases
  30. 30. Challenges Photo: @nineohsix on Flickr
  31. 31. Evernote iMovie Opera IMDB Sudoku Shazam GoodReader Legal Stanza Scrabble Solitaire OpenTable Dictionary Gale’s GoodReads Angry Koi Pond Plants vs. Traffic Jam AccessMyLibrary Birds zombies What apps are law librarians using?
  32. 32. FURTHER READING * Laurie Bridges, et al. “Making the Case For a Fully Mobile Library Web Site: from Floor Maps to the Catalog,” Reference Services Review 38.2 (2009): 309-320. * Educause, 7 Things You Should Know About...Mobile Apps for Learning, May 2010, http://bit.ly/deuOby. * Educause, 7 Things You Should Know About...Mobile IT, February 2010, http://bit.ly/d053gP. * iPhone J.D.: Lawyers Using iPhones, http://www.iphonejd.com. * “Libraries and Patrons on the Move: From Bookmobiles to “M” Libraries,” Reference Services Review 38.1 (2009). * Joan K. Lippincott. “A Mobile Future for Academic Libraries,” Reference Services Review 38.2 (2009), 205-213. * “M-Libraries,” LibSuccess Wiki, http://libsuccess.org/index.php?title=M-Libraries. * Mobile Web Application Best Practices [proposed recommendation], W3C, 2010, http://www.w3.org/TR/mwabp. * Small Surfaces [multi-platform mobile design site], http://www.smallsurfaces.com. * USA.gov Mobile Apps, http://apps.usa.gov/.

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