NISO’s (National Information Standards Organization) 90 minute “Knowledge in Your Pocket: Mobile Technology and Libraries” webinar took place yesterday afternoon.
Mobile technology has become the preferred method for connecting to the Internet, especially for busy library patrons, faculty, researchers, and students. To meet this need, many publishers are adding mobile options to their resources, either through an app, site optimization or other platforms. How are libraries managing the various options now available for their users? How are librarians keeping up with this modern trend and what skills are necessary to deliver enhanced user services?
Topics and Presenters
Libraries on the Run: Adding Mobile Access to Academic Libraries
Special Projects Librarian at the College of New Rochelle
Using Mobile Technology for Assessment, Data Visualization, and Advocacy
Assistant Librarian, Strozier Library, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida
mHealth and mLearning: Global and Local Initiatives and Strategy at Penn Libraries
Anne K. Seymour
Associate Director, Biomedical Library, University of Pennsylvania
We’ve also embedded all 67 slides from the three presenters below.