Category Archives: Mobile Devices

M-libraries – Which Content Providers Are Utilising Mobile Technologies?

New post by M-libraries support project which gives a great overview of which content providers are actively using mobile technologies to support library users. Please see the post here. Tweet

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Shelving Made Easy (or Easier)

A computer-science professor is testing a shelf-reading app that can scan an entire shelf’s worth of books and alert workers which ones are out of place. The app he came up with, tentatively called Shelvar, relies on special tags—kind of … Continue reading

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Brian Kelly talk on Mobile Devices and their use by libraries

Brian Kelly’s talk on mobile devices for Bath University library staff was broadcast live. It lasts about 32 minutes and covers the changes in mobile devices since 2004, Brian’s experiences for using mobile devices in his work and some of … Continue reading

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