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Mobile technologies and their possibilities for the Library, University of the South Pacific (USP) Abstract PPT
Elizabeth Fong
Keynote speech Abstract PPT
Lorcan Dempsey
Enhancing Library Access through the use of Mobile Technology: Case Study of Information Services Provided by Six Mobile Companies in Bangladesh Abstract Power Point Presentation
Nafiz Zaman Shuva
m-Learning Libraries in Distance Education: A Proposed Model for IGNOU Abstract Power Point Presentation
Seema Chandok, Parveen Babbar
QR Codes and their Applications: a case study Abstract Power Point Presentation
Kate Robinson
Why m-libraries? Making the Case for Innovation Abstract Power Point Presentation
Joan K Lippincott
Portable science: podcasting as an outreach tool for a large academic science and engineering library Abstract Presentation
Eugene Barsky, Aleteia Greenwood, Kevin Lindstrom
Ask Us Upstairs: Bringing roaming reference to the Paley Stacks Abstract Power Point Presentation
Fred Rowland, Adam Shambaugh
M-Library in an m-University: Changing Models in the Open University of Catalonia Abstract Paper
Dora Perez, Pep Torn
UK Academic Library Users' expectations of m-library services Abstract Power Point Presentation
Keren Mills
Where Books are Few: The Role of Mobile Phones in the Developing World Abstract Presentation
Ken Banks
Mobilising the development of information skills for students on the move and for the workplace - two studies of mobile delivery in practice Abstract Power Point Presentation
Anne Hewling, Hassan Sheikh
A Tale of Two Institutions: Strategic Approach to Support and Develop Mobile Library Services and Resources Abstract Power Point Presentation
Tony Tin, Hassan Sheikh
UCLA and Yale Science Libraries Data on Cyberlearning and Reference Services via Mobile Devices Abstract Presentation
Alison Armstrong, Michelle Jacobs, Joe Murphy, Brena Smith
What is Mobile Learning and What Do Students Expect – How Can Libraries Help Fill the Gap? A Report on a Dedicated Six-Month Research Project from LIS at LJMU Abstract PPT
Will Reid, Vicki Owen
Information Literacy gets Mobile Abstract
Peter Godwin
Towards Mobile Enhanced Digital Collections Abstract PPT PPT
Markus Wust, Tito Sierra
Enabling Discovery of Digital Collections on Mobile Devices Abstract
Markus Wust
Mobile GPS Devices and Geospatial Collection Development in the Library Abstract PPT PPT
David Sharp
NYU Results of an Analysis of More Than 300 SMS Transactions Conducted in the Spring, Summer, and Fall Semesters 2008 Abstract PPT
Alexa Pearce, Kara Whatley, Scott Collard
Service Models for Information Therapy Services delivered to mobiles Abstract PPT
Vahideh Gavgani
Encouraging Library Usage among Students in African University Libraries: The Case of Emerald Group Publishing and the University Library of Swaziland Abstract PPT
Paul Coyne, John Paul Anbu, Eric Broug
Evolution of Modern Library Services: The Progression into the Mobile Domain Abstract PPT
Damien Meere, Ivan Ganchev, Máirtín O’Droma, Stanimir Stojanov, Mícheál Ó hAodha
Demystifying the ‘M’ words Abstract PPT
John Daniel
Providing Virtual Library Service to the Global Online Student Abstract PPT
Melodie Hainsworth
The Library’s Place in a Mobile Space Abstract PPT
Sally Wilson
The library on the phone: assessing the impact of m-phone access at UNISA library Abstract PPT
Buhle Mbambo-Thata
Bibliographic Ontology (FRBR) for e-Books: a Guide for Mobile Digital Library Collections Developers Abstract PPT
Jim Hahn
Anytime, Anywhere: Reaching the Always On Generation Through Mobility Abstract PPT
Carrie Page

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