Rebecca K. Miller, Heather Moorefield-Lang, and Carolyn Meier                                             March 21, 2013
Courtesy of www.istockphoto.com
Image courtesy of Montlieu Academy of Technology
Your Questions..   Thanks for a fabulous discussion last    week!   We‘ve researched some solutions and    worked those ...
Your Questions… SirsiDynix & tablets Printing on mobile devices Apple TV as a security risk ADA compliance
SirsiDynix & Tabletshttp://www.sirsidynix.com/press/sirsidynix-reveals-new-mobile-circulation-client-at-cosugi-2013
Small Scale Mobile Printing AirPrint (IOS) or CloudPrint (Android)  and an internet linked printer Device will need to b...
Large Scale Mobile Printing Printing is sent to an email address i.e.  colorprintnewman@vt.edu;  printnewman@vt.edu Atta...
Apple TV and Security   Apple TV doesn‘t have ability to join a    secure network because it was meant    for home use  ...
WorkArounds   Create a wireless network within the    classroom or computer lab by using a    wireless router and securin...
Connecting to LCDProjector
ADA Compliance   Every tablet can comply with ADA    standards   By design, tablets are mobile and    accessible   No m...
L.E. Phillips MemorialPublic LibraryEau Claire, Wisconsin
Program specifics   iPad program launched on September 21, 2011   Funding     $50,000 grant from the Presto Foundation ...
L.E. Phillips Memorial iPadWebpagehttp://www.ecpubliclibrary.info/services/library-services/ipads.html                    ...
iPad Catalog Record (10/2011)                10/3/2011                            12 days in, the iPad                    ...
iPad Catalog Record (3/2012)                  3/3/2012                             5 months later,                        ...
iPad Catalog Record (3/2013)                          Popularity                          waning a bit,                   ...
User SurveyAvailable: http://eauclairepubliclibrary.com/survey/index.php?sid=56372
Media Coverage
Lessons from Phillips Memorial   Be proactive and anticipatory when coming up with    policies and help documentation   ...
Houston Public LibraryProgram specifics: Started January 2011: 3 iPads available   to enhance ―early literacy stations‖ ...
North Shore Public Library, NYProgram Specifics   8 iPads   Checked out to patrons with a library card   Can be used an...
South Orange Public Library http://www1.youseemore.com/southorange/default  .asp Located in South Orange, New Jersey, C...
Circulation form for E-Readers from South Orange Public LibrariesForm courtesy of South Orange PublicLibrary
Workshops   Workshops on e-readers   Early workshops very well attended   Sparser as time went on   Now offer bimonthl...
Books
Cloud Storage
Text and Number Tools
Presentation Tools   Android           IOS
Flipboard
Zite
News Readers
Evernote
Khan Academy
Google Maps
Charlottesville Schools    Charlottesville, VA
Devices Fujitsu 580 Tablets (Lifebook) Windows 7 Full Computer in a Tablet form Every student 6-12 grade in the school...
Strategic Plan Started planning in    Teachers received  2009                    tablets in Summer, Decided to adopt   ...
How Are They Used?   Physics: Doing           Math: Handwriting    experiments: Probes       features    attached to tab...
Challenges Earthquake in Japan set orders back.  Always have a back up plan. Set your deadline out. If you think it will...
Montlieu Academy of Technology                High Point, NC
Image courtesy of Montlieu Academy of Technolog
Grant Montlieu: Given half a million dollars for all  of their students, approximately 430  students, to have an iPad Th...
Image courtesy of Montlieu Academy of Technology
Examples   Facetime to read          Letters Learning for    books from another         Letters    room                 ...
Apps & Content   Rocket Math for          Cutting and pasting    math skills               skills   Communication by   ...
For Teachers Meet every quarter and share apps. Have  to ―sell‖ your app. The best apps get  purchased for the educators....
Liberty Middle School         Ashland, VA
 12 iPads that stay in the library for teacher  circulation Two rolling carts with 30 iPads each for  classroom use One...
 Online reserve system Every iPad has a barcode for circulation  stats Tablets are due on the 15th and 30th of  the mon...
Smartboard Apps                     Doceri             Class             Dojo
Bloom‘s Taxonomy for iPads andTablets Used with permission from Kathy Schrock http://www.schrockguide.net/bloomin-apps.html
Science 360 andScience 360 Radio
History Maps of the World
Tree IdentificationLeaf Snap                      Virginia Tech Tree                      Identification
American Museum of NaturalHistory, N.Y.
Edmodo
Student Organizers IOS - iStudiez   Android – Assignment                  Planner
Anatomy 4D
Virginia Tech                 Blacksburg, VANewman Library
iPad Tours Ten iPads that can be checked out at the library  circulation desk for library tours Screencasts on each sect...
Set Up Initial tours done in other universities relied  on student‘s personal devices to scan the  QR codes When iPad 1 ...
Roving Reference             • Logistics?             • Apps?             • What happens to the reference               de...
Ideas from the literature…   Roving reference can take place inside the library or    offsite, within another building en...
The literature   Brown, C., Sulz, D., and Pow, V. (2011, August). Roving reference with iPads: A study    of the use of i...
University of Southern Mississippi                                    Hattiesburg, MSImage courtesy of www.amazon.com
“Tablets are like the Swiss Army Knife toacademic excellence”--statement from former Chief InformationOfficer for The Univ...
Uses Course Projects Videos (Flipped Classroom) Access Readings Distribute Presentations to Students Student email  ...
Successes Convenience, students enjoy having  everything in one device Mobility Opportunity to try tablet technology  t...
Cautionary Tale   University did not have everything planned    for tablet project   Logistics were determined later   ...
Radford University                                          Radford, VAImage courtesy of www.radford.edu
i-Textbooks Dr. Bruce Mahin, Professor of Music at  Radford University Looked at music textbooks available,  decided to ...
• Had the textbook forthree semesters• At this time notrequired, asupplemental text• Not all students haveaccess to the sa...
• Interactive                                               • Has audio and                                               ...
Publishing in iBook Easy to do, easy to update to new  editions. Remember writing a book, is still writing  a book. Have...
iAnnotate
Reference
IEEE Xplore
JStor
MEDlineplus
WorldCat
Gale AMLCollege Version
Gale AMLCollege Version
Gale AMLCollege Version
Ted Talks
Photo Apps
Music and Radio
Penultimate
Paper
Where Do you Get all of These    Apps?   Google Play, Apple App Store, Amazon App Store   Some websites will also have a...
Staying Up to Date   Higher Ed Blogs                 Apple blogs     Professor Hacker                Apple Gazette    ...
Other Relevant Blogs   Android blogs     Androinica     Android and me     Android guys            tabletsinlibraries....
More Great Resources   Horizon Report   EDUCAUSE   ECAR (the research    arm of EDUCAUSE)   Chronicle of Higher    Edu...
After Tablets…What‘s Next?Google Glass (Project Glass)                                          Apple Watch (Smart Watch)I...
After Tablets…What‘s Next?                                           Basically—                                           ...
Final Q&A   What final questions can we answer for    you?   We‘ll answer as many questions as time    permits, then fol...
References: Part II   Allison. (2011, August 9). iPads replace desktop computers at North Shore Public    Library. Retrie...
Credits & thanks, Part II   Angela Caldwell, Kindergarten Teacher, Montlieu    Academy of Technology   Kim McCallister, ...
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    1. 1. Rebecca K. Miller, Heather Moorefield-Lang, and Carolyn Meier March 21, 2013
    2. 2. Courtesy of www.istockphoto.com
    3. 3. Image courtesy of Montlieu Academy of Technology
    4. 4. Your Questions.. Thanks for a fabulous discussion last week! We‘ve researched some solutions and worked those into this week‘s presentation We‘ll answer a few now--
    5. 5. Your Questions… SirsiDynix & tablets Printing on mobile devices Apple TV as a security risk ADA compliance
    6. 6. SirsiDynix & Tabletshttp://www.sirsidynix.com/press/sirsidynix-reveals-new-mobile-circulation-client-at-cosugi-2013
    7. 7. Small Scale Mobile Printing AirPrint (IOS) or CloudPrint (Android) and an internet linked printer Device will need to be on same wireless as your printer
    8. 8. Large Scale Mobile Printing Printing is sent to an email address i.e. colorprintnewman@vt.edu; printnewman@vt.edu Attached to the student/faculty ID number Works for laptops, desktops, smartphones, tablets etc.
    9. 9. Apple TV and Security Apple TV doesn‘t have ability to join a secure network because it was meant for home use In order to work – Apple TV and iPad must be on same network
    10. 10. WorkArounds Create a wireless network within the classroom or computer lab by using a wireless router and securing the network with a password Create a wireless network and do not broadcast the SSID
    11. 11. Connecting to LCDProjector
    12. 12. ADA Compliance Every tablet can comply with ADA standards By design, tablets are mobile and accessible No mouse or keyboard needed, can pinch and arrange screens, make larger or smaller Not only useful for ADA but also for aging populations A small selection of research in this field, it is growing
    13. 13. L.E. Phillips MemorialPublic LibraryEau Claire, Wisconsin
    14. 14. Program specifics iPad program launched on September 21, 2011 Funding  $50,000 grant from the Presto Foundation  To provide tools to address accessibility issues, and to help the community be able to explore new technologies Program basics (at the start):  Circulating 32 iPad1 devices, 6 for in-house use  64 GB, Wi-Fi only  7-day loan period Content:  1000 public domain e-books  10 audiobooks (because of space and restoration time)  Free apps and shortcuts (to avoid legal issues)
    15. 15. L.E. Phillips Memorial iPadWebpagehttp://www.ecpubliclibrary.info/services/library-services/ipads.html • Available through grant funding • Content loaded onto each device Marketing & Media Help guides User agreements Non-Flash tutorials
    16. 16. iPad Catalog Record (10/2011) 10/3/2011 12 days in, the iPad circulation program is extremely popular
    17. 17. iPad Catalog Record (3/2012) 3/3/2012 5 months later, popularity remains
    18. 18. iPad Catalog Record (3/2013) Popularity waning a bit, for a number of reasons…
    19. 19. User SurveyAvailable: http://eauclairepubliclibrary.com/survey/index.php?sid=56372
    20. 20. Media Coverage
    21. 21. Lessons from Phillips Memorial Be proactive and anticipatory when coming up with policies and help documentation When you have many tablets (e.g., 32), don‘t circulate them all at once; instead, allow staff to become familiar with the checkout procedure by releasing a few at a time Lend the devices out to staff first, so the staff can become familiar with them Seriously consider the content that you place on the device—how much space is there? What‘s legal? Make sure that the library website, and help documents, are tablet friendly: mobile, and not Flash-based. Assess the entire program from day one!
    22. 22. Houston Public LibraryProgram specifics: Started January 2011: 3 iPads available to enhance ―early literacy stations‖ Children (accompanied by a 14+ year old) can check out for 1 hour Includes educational apps to aid in ―literacy and mathematical development‖ See references for full article
    23. 23. North Shore Public Library, NYProgram Specifics 8 iPads Checked out to patrons with a library card Can be used anywhere in the library To replace children‘s gaming computers Internet connectivity cut off Use Children‘s Technology Review (http://childrenstech.com/) to find relevant appsInformation fromhttp://sclsyouthservices.wordpress.com/2011/08/09/ipads-replace-desktop-computers-at-north-shore-public-library/
    24. 24. South Orange Public Library http://www1.youseemore.com/southorange/default .asp Located in South Orange, New Jersey, Circulate E-readers for 14 days PanDigital, Sony E-Readers, Nooks, and Kindles Adult check out only at this timeImage Courtesy of the South Orange Public Library Facebook Page
    25. 25. Circulation form for E-Readers from South Orange Public LibrariesForm courtesy of South Orange PublicLibrary
    26. 26. Workshops Workshops on e-readers Early workshops very well attended Sparser as time went on Now offer bimonthly workshops that cover a myriad of topics including e-readers All staff are trained for e-readers to aid patrons at any time for quick tutorials Challenge is keeping up with new devices as they are released
    27. 27. Books
    28. 28. Cloud Storage
    29. 29. Text and Number Tools
    30. 30. Presentation Tools Android IOS
    31. 31. Flipboard
    32. 32. Zite
    33. 33. News Readers
    34. 34. Evernote
    35. 35. Khan Academy
    36. 36. Google Maps
    37. 37. Charlottesville Schools Charlottesville, VA
    38. 38. Devices Fujitsu 580 Tablets (Lifebook) Windows 7 Full Computer in a Tablet form Every student 6-12 grade in the school system Image courtesy of http://www.fujitsu.com/us/
    39. 39. Strategic Plan Started planning in  Teachers received 2009 tablets in Summer, Decided to adopt 2011 for training tablets instead of  Students received textbooks. tablets in Had two December, 2011 committees textbook and tablets
    40. 40. How Are They Used? Physics: Doing  Math: Handwriting experiments: Probes features attached to tablets  Music: All types of Library: When music apps. Vocal French delegation parts on the tablets. was visiting,  Courses for virtual students and high school librarian were researching Government: Polling
    41. 41. Challenges Earthquake in Japan set orders back. Always have a back up plan. Set your deadline out. If you think it will arrive in December tell everyone it will be January just to be safe. Gain additional funding if you can. Internet access for all students.
    42. 42. Montlieu Academy of Technology High Point, NC
    43. 43. Image courtesy of Montlieu Academy of Technolog
    44. 44. Grant Montlieu: Given half a million dollars for all of their students, approximately 430 students, to have an iPad They stay at school. But next year 4th and 5th will get to take them home Teachers each got an iPad and a Mac Book Pro as well as cart for charging Tech Person hired for training
    45. 45. Image courtesy of Montlieu Academy of Technology
    46. 46. Examples Facetime to read  Letters Learning for books from another Letters room  Doodle Buddy for Facetime to speak letters to class when  Take screenshots of teacher is not at work to show school that day parents for Digital pen pals parent/teacher using Facetime with conferences other schools across the country or world
    47. 47. Apps & Content Rocket Math for  Cutting and pasting math skills skills Communication by  Safari/Internet e-mail for parents. searching skills Concept mapping  Parents are learning tools too from their Puppet Pals for children StoryTelling
    48. 48. For Teachers Meet every quarter and share apps. Have to ―sell‖ your app. The best apps get purchased for the educators. Teacher Pal: Seating arrangements, picture of the child, information on each child. Very useful for substitutes. Differentiated instruction for the children. 21st Century learning skills and Technology skills for the teachers.
    49. 49. Liberty Middle School Ashland, VA
    50. 50.  12 iPads that stay in the library for teacher circulation Two rolling carts with 30 iPads each for classroom use One cart stays complete with 30 while the other cart can be broken up for smaller groups and classes. Image courtesy of www.apple.com
    51. 51.  Online reserve system Every iPad has a barcode for circulation stats Tablets are due on the 15th and 30th of the month regardless of checkout date Teacher check out only at this time Student can use ―blue tickets‖ for in- class use of iPads. Behavior incentive
    52. 52. Smartboard Apps Doceri Class Dojo
    53. 53. Bloom‘s Taxonomy for iPads andTablets Used with permission from Kathy Schrock http://www.schrockguide.net/bloomin-apps.html
    54. 54. Science 360 andScience 360 Radio
    55. 55. History Maps of the World
    56. 56. Tree IdentificationLeaf Snap Virginia Tech Tree Identification
    57. 57. American Museum of NaturalHistory, N.Y.
    58. 58. Edmodo
    59. 59. Student Organizers IOS - iStudiez Android – Assignment Planner
    60. 60. Anatomy 4D
    61. 61. Virginia Tech Blacksburg, VANewman Library
    62. 62. iPad Tours Ten iPads that can be checked out at the library circulation desk for library tours Screencasts on each section of the library Numbered QR codes linked to screencasts QR codes are scannable iPad scans code and tells student about that part of the library Beautiful in its simplicity
    63. 63. Set Up Initial tours done in other universities relied on student‘s personal devices to scan the QR codes When iPad 1 came out we waited for 2 because a camera would be on it. Tour has become very popular. Students like being able to tour at their convenience
    64. 64. Roving Reference • Logistics? • Apps? • What happens to the reference desk?
    65. 65. Ideas from the literature… Roving reference can take place inside the library or offsite, within another building entirely Roving reference can augment library services in a variety of library environments Offsite: Mobility and convenience for students and faculty Within the library: Being proactive in reaching out to students Ease and convenience for librarians Users‘ ability to identify rovers Communication with other staff members
    66. 66. The literature Brown, C., Sulz, D., and Pow, V. (2011, August). Roving reference with iPads: A study of the use of iPads as technological support and service assessment. Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Federation of Library Associations, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Retrieved from http://conference.ifla.org/past/ifla77/197-brown- en.pdf Courtois, M. and Liriano, M. (2000). Tips for roving reference: How to best serve library users. College & Research Libraries News, 61(4): 289-90, 315. Forsyth, E. (2009). Fancy walkie-talkies, Star Trek communicators, or roving reference? Australian Library Journal, 58(1): 73-84. Retrieved from http://www.alia.org.au/publishing/alj/58/ALJ_Feb2009_Vol58_N1_web.pdf#page=74 Holmes, C. and Woznicki, L. (2010). Librarians at your doorstep: Roving reference at Towson University. College & Research Libraries News, 71(11): 582-585. Retrieved from http://crln.acrl.org/content/71/11/582.full Lotts, M. and Graves, S. (2011). Using the iPad for reference services: Librarians go mobile. College & Research Libraries News, 72(4): 217-220. Retrieved from http://crln.acrl.org/content/72/4/217.full Miller, R. K., Meier, C., and Moorefield-Lang, H. (2012). Rethinking reference and instruction with tablets. Library Technology Reports, 48(8). Smith, M.A. and Pietraszewski, B.A. (2004). Enabling the roving reference librarian: wireless access with tablet PCs. Reference Services Review, 32(3): 249-255
    67. 67. University of Southern Mississippi Hattiesburg, MSImage courtesy of www.amazon.com
    68. 68. “Tablets are like the Swiss Army Knife toacademic excellence”--statement from former Chief InformationOfficer for The University of SouthernMississippi. 700 Samsung Galaxy tablets 1 For every Honors College and McNair Student at Southern Miss Received as Freshmen/Sophomores continue through college using them for their senior thesis
    69. 69. Uses Course Projects Videos (Flipped Classroom) Access Readings Distribute Presentations to Students Student email Different professors are using them at different levels depending on comfort
    70. 70. Successes Convenience, students enjoy having everything in one device Mobility Opportunity to try tablet technology through college
    71. 71. Cautionary Tale University did not have everything planned for tablet project Logistics were determined later Students thought they were getting to keep tablets initially Grant funded project, this was not the case Tablets were not barcoded initially, had to be recalled and catalogued. Have a plan going in
    72. 72. Radford University Radford, VAImage courtesy of www.radford.edu
    73. 73. i-Textbooks Dr. Bruce Mahin, Professor of Music at Radford University Looked at music textbooks available, decided to write his own Music Fundamentals, History Breaking barriers between music and non-musicians
    74. 74. • Had the textbook forthree semesters• At this time notrequired, asupplemental text• Not all students haveaccess to the sametech and this is IOSbased• Provides contentthrough alternativeformat on Desire 2Learn (Similar toBlackboard) Image courtesy of http://www.mahinmedia.com/
    75. 75. • Interactive • Has audio and music scores built in • Students have enjoyed having the content for classImage courtesy of http://www.mahinmedia.com/
    76. 76. Publishing in iBook Easy to do, easy to update to new editions. Remember writing a book, is still writing a book. Have to edit, produce, proofread, etc. Writing a book still takes time. Dr. Mahin felt it was worth it to have the book he wanted for class.
    77. 77. iAnnotate
    78. 78. Reference
    79. 79. IEEE Xplore
    80. 80. JStor
    81. 81. MEDlineplus
    82. 82. WorldCat
    83. 83. Gale AMLCollege Version
    84. 84. Gale AMLCollege Version
    85. 85. Gale AMLCollege Version
    86. 86. Ted Talks
    87. 87. Photo Apps
    88. 88. Music and Radio
    89. 89. Penultimate
    90. 90. Paper
    91. 91. Where Do you Get all of These Apps? Google Play, Apple App Store, Amazon App Store Some websites will also have an app to download
    92. 92. Staying Up to Date Higher Ed Blogs  Apple blogs  Professor Hacker  Apple Gazette  Center for Learning and  The Unofficial Apple Performance Weblog Technologies  Cult of Mac  The Apple Blog Mobile Learning  Edible Apple  Apple ‗n apps  JK on the run  iPad insight  World of Apple  Just another iPad blog  Upside Learning blog  Marc Prensky‘s weblog  Endgadget
    93. 93. Other Relevant Blogs Android blogs  Androinica  Android and me  Android guys tabletsinlibraries.tumblr.com  Hello Android  IM Android  Mobile Moo  Android Official blog
    94. 94. More Great Resources Horizon Report EDUCAUSE ECAR (the research arm of EDUCAUSE) Chronicle of Higher Education Library Technology Reports LITA Guides
    95. 95. After Tablets…What‘s Next?Google Glass (Project Glass) Apple Watch (Smart Watch)Image courtesy of www.dispatch.com Image courtesy of mashable.com
    96. 96. After Tablets…What‘s Next? Basically— The way in which objects around us will gather data and connect to controls or other machines via the Internet Examples— • Fitbit sensors to analyze workout performance • Ninja Blocks home safety system Library services— • Mobile device interacting with physical libraryImage courtesy of http://semanticweb.com • Smart objects that will create a presence for e-resources
    97. 97. Final Q&A What final questions can we answer for you? We‘ll answer as many questions as time permits, then follow up on our Tumblr and/or the ALA TechSource blog afterwards.
    98. 98. References: Part II Allison. (2011, August 9). iPads replace desktop computers at North Shore Public Library. Retrieved from http://sclsyouthservices.wordpress.com/2011/08/09/ipads- replace-desktop-computers-at-north-shore-public-library/ Anderson, C. and Wolff, M. (2010, August 17). The Web is dead. Long live the Internet. Wired Magazine. Retrieved from http://www.wired.com/magazine/2010/08/ff_webrip/all/1 Bogost, I. (2011, January 12). What is an app? A shortened, slang application. Retrieved from http://www.bogost.com/blog/what_is_an_app.shtml Jobs, S. (2010, April). Thoughts on Flash. Retrieved from http://www.apple.com/hotnews/thoughts-on-flash/ Turner, A. (2011, January 28). Houston libraries want preschoolers to check out iPads. Houston Chronicle. Retrieved from http://www.chron.com/business/technology/article/Houston-libraries-want-preschoolers- to-check-out-1689013.php
    99. 99. Credits & thanks, Part II Angela Caldwell, Kindergarten Teacher, Montlieu Academy of Technology Kim McCallister, Library Media Specialist, Liberty Middle School, Ashland, Virginia Neal Henshaw, Classroom Manager, University Libraries, Virginia Tech Maria Lewis (Coordinator for Technology Integration) and Anne Evans (Coordinator for History and Social Sciences), Charlottesville Schools Patrick Tomlin, Art and Architecture Librarian, University Libraries, Virginia Tech Dr. Bruce Mahin, Professor of Music, Music Department, Radford University Dr. Dave Davies, Director of Honors College, The University of Southern Mississippi

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