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Mobile Technologies

Mobile Technologies

An introduction to using mobile in the library.

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James Clay

May 09, 2012
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  1. Mobile Technologies

  2. Mobile James Clay Gloucestershire College elearningstuff.net @jamesclay

  3. 45% of UK adults accessed the internet via mobile phone

    in 2011
  4. 71% of 16-24 year olds accessed the internet via mobile

    phone in 2011
  5. By 2014, access to the internet through mobile devices will

    overtake access from the desktop
  6. 50% of all searches are performed on mobile devices

  7. Consumer ebooks sales in UK soars 366% in 2011

  8. Change

  9. When was the first mobile phone call?

  10. June 17th 1946

  11. None
  12. When was the first handheld mobile phone call?

  13. April 3rd 1973

  14. Multimedia Tablet

  15. 1974

  16. Handheld TV

  17. 1948

  18. e-Book Reader

  19. 1935

  20. In the time it takes....

  21. None
  22. Culture

  23. http://www.flickr.com/photos/vblibrary/4555041845

  24. http://www.flickr.com/photos/dsugden/4777699200/in/photostream/

  25. http://www.flickr.com/photos/travelinlibrarian/447138479

  26. None
  27. Problems

  28. So what problems do mobile phones and devices cause in

    the library?
  29. Ringing

  30. Talking

  31. Games

  32. Video

  33. Music

  34. Why?

  35. Respect

  36. The culture of NO!

  37. Talk to the learners...

  38. Yes...

  39. Potential

  40. So what can we do with mobile devices in the

    library?
  41. Web

  42. e-Books

  43. e-Journals

  44. Online Resources

  45. Communication

  46. Collaboration

  47. HELP!

  48. None
  49. AR

  50. literature & plays plumbing mechanical

  51. Have you checked the e-books available on the e-Library? New

    journals available this week...
  52. None
  53. Dropbox

  54. Notes

  55. Evernote

  56. Library Services

  57. And....

  58. None
  59. None
  60. None
  61. Edinburgh Castle Do you want to know more?

  62. What can you do?

  63. Done!

  64. It’s never that simple...

  65. e-Safety

  66. None
  67. Cost

  68. Innovation Prevention Department

  69. Digital Divide

  70. By the end of 2011 8.20 million adults in the

    UK had never used the Internet.
  71. Digital Natives

  72. What do learners want?

  73. Informed not led by learners

  74. Weather!!!

  75. Connectivity

  76. Pace of change

  77. Staff Development

  78. Time

  79. Priorities

  80. Technology

  81. Why? Text

  82. Mobile James Clay Gloucestershire College elearningstuff.net @jamesclay