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America Runs on Mobile:  Mobile Services, QR Codes,  & Knowledge Networks <ul><li>Bonnie Roalsen:  [email_address] </li></...
 
About Us
Mobile Initiatives
myopic
 
Physical   Mobile  Digital
 
Poll Results:  How Did We Do?
African-Americans and Hispanics are more likely to own smartphones than whites. Source: Pew Internet Research  
More than half of cell phone users will have a smartphone by the end of 2011, this year!  Source: The Nielsen Company  
 
When asked what device they normally use to access the internet, 25% of smartphone owners say that they mostly go online u...
More Americans own smartphones than hold a bachelor’s degree or speak another language in their homes. Source: Pew Interne...
- Mobile Knowledge Networks and QR Codes - Mobile Communities - Augmented Realities - Digital Literacies - Transforming Co...
QR Codes & Mobile Knowledge Networks
Summer  Reading Program
Gardening Project
Capture the Flag
Mobile Communities
Twitter Summer Reading Group
Augmented Realities
Digital Literacies
Transforming collections
 
Presentation Links Mobile Knowledge Network:  http://www.mb3ok.org/ QR Code Generator: http://www.globokode.org/ B3ok Map:...
Additional Links Putting Mobile in Your Website  (Swiss Army Librarian):  http://www.swissarmylibrarian.net/mobile/ Daring...
Thank you! Bonnie Roalsen:  [email_address] Ryan Livergood:  [email_address]
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America Runs on Mobile: Mobile Services, QR Codes, and Mobile Knowledge Networks

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Are you thinking about making your library mobile? You certainly should be. After all, the
whole country is going mobile. Currently 85% of all Americans now own a cell phone, and of
these 85%, more than half of them will own a smartphone by the end of this year. Come
join us for a lively and practical discussion about mobile services, including real life, easy, and inexpensive examples on how your library can implement QR codes, build mobile knowledge networks, and take steps toward creating augmented realities to serve your communities

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America Runs on Mobile: Mobile Services, QR Codes, and Mobile Knowledge Networks

  1. 1. America Runs on Mobile: Mobile Services, QR Codes, & Knowledge Networks <ul><li>Bonnie Roalsen: [email_address] </li></ul><ul><li>Ryan Livergood: [email_address] </li></ul>
  2. 3. About Us
  3. 4. Mobile Initiatives
  4. 5. myopic
  5. 7. Physical Mobile Digital
  6. 9. Poll Results: How Did We Do?
  7. 10. African-Americans and Hispanics are more likely to own smartphones than whites. Source: Pew Internet Research  
  8. 11. More than half of cell phone users will have a smartphone by the end of 2011, this year! Source: The Nielsen Company  
  9. 13. When asked what device they normally use to access the internet, 25% of smartphone owners say that they mostly go online using their phone, rather than with a computer. Source: Pew Internet Research  
  10. 14. More Americans own smartphones than hold a bachelor’s degree or speak another language in their homes. Source: Pew Internet Research  
  11. 15. - Mobile Knowledge Networks and QR Codes - Mobile Communities - Augmented Realities - Digital Literacies - Transforming Collections
  12. 16. QR Codes & Mobile Knowledge Networks
  13. 17. Summer Reading Program
  14. 18. Gardening Project
  15. 19. Capture the Flag
  16. 20. Mobile Communities
  17. 21. Twitter Summer Reading Group
  18. 22. Augmented Realities
  19. 23. Digital Literacies
  20. 24. Transforming collections
  21. 26. Presentation Links Mobile Knowledge Network: http://www.mb3ok.org/ QR Code Generator: http://www.globokode.org/ B3ok Map: http://b3ok2.org/ Dewey Free Cataloging Guide: http://bit.ly/lDYF4F 1book4summer Summer Reading Program: http://twitter.com/#!/1book4summer
  22. 27. Additional Links Putting Mobile in Your Website (Swiss Army Librarian): http://www.swissarmylibrarian.net/mobile/ Daring Librarian’s QR Codes At-A-Glance: http://bit.ly/fl2bLy Google Plus (keep an eye on this!): https://plus.google.com
  23. 28. Thank you! Bonnie Roalsen: [email_address] Ryan Livergood: [email_address]

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