For the CSLA Conference program, "M-Learning", I created a list of TOP 10 categories of mobility applications for libraries and posted details on my 2CoolTools blog. Each category has a separate post, which makes it easier to comment or make suggestions. I'm always looking for examples of how libraries use technology.
Top 10 Categories
1- Reference and Research – anytime, anywhere
2- Language Translation Services
3- Disaster Planning/Emergency Preparedness
4- Assistive Technology
6- Productivity Tools
8- Publishing – mobile blogging and more
10- M-Learning (educational)
The examples need compelling stories to go with them. Let us know how you use (or would use) mobile devices in your library.
Monday, November 24, 2008
Mobility @ Your Library
Posted by Jackie S, 2.0 project manager at 11:32 AM
Labels: Assistive Technology, Emergency Preparedness, free internet tools, Language Translation, M-Learning, mobility, Outreach/PR, Productivity Tools, Publishing, Reference/Research
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I cannot find the mobility presentation from this link.
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