Recently, I had two things published:
- Wired for Wireless: Five ways to make your library more mobile-friendly – article in American Libraries magazine
- Mobile Technology in Libraries – a new Library Technology Report from ALA Techsource.
Here’s the blurb for my Library Technology Report:
“Most of your library customers own a smartphone, using it for a variety of tasks. They want to use their smartphones in and around the library. This issue of Library Technology Reports (vol. 57, no. 2), “Mobile Technology in Libraries,” presents tools and practices for giving your customers a great experience while connecting with your library. It addresses provisions supporting customers’ mobile use inside the library, such as Wi-Fi and charging stations, or outside the building, offering mobile access for basic library tasks. The report will show ways in which libraries are using mobile technology to address the digital divide, such as circulating hot spots or training, and how staff can use mobile technology to expand services in the community.”
Hope you find them useful!