Digital Resources Coordinator, Princeton University
Trends and Issues in Library Information Technology
From The Article
Testing mobile access can be a challenge. Most of us own at least one mobile device. However, I wanted to test access on a variety of devices. A couple of years ago, the library created a “Technology Sandbox”. An assortment of mobile devices including tablets, Kindles and Nooks were purchased for staff use. These devices coupled with my iPad and iPod provided a suitable testing ground and the opportunity to configure and access resources on a variety of mobile devices.
To adequately document mobile access to library resources, I needed to create an easily accessible management tool listing the vendors/resources and pertinent information concerning mobile access.
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Take a Look at the LibGuide Discussed in the Article: Mobile Access to PUL Electronic Resources
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Note: Trends and Issues in Library Information Technology is the newsletter of IFLA’s IT Division.