LIR/AGI Mobile Technologies Symposium November 2012

LIR/AGI Symposium on Mobile Technologies

Davenport Hotel, 22nd November 2012

 

Getting a handle on handheld;
Hugh Murphy, NUI Maynooth
[slides]
 

 

Mobilising your e-content; 
Alison McNab, De Montfort University
[slides]

 

The Mobile Library at UCD – Achievements and Plans; 
Samantha Drennan, Joshua Clark, University College Dublin
[slides]

 

Who’s doing what: a quick guide of how providers are approaching mobile content; 
Ronán Kennedy, NUI Galway
[slides]

 

Mobile Medical Education (MoMEd): putting digital mobile resources in the hands of medical students – impact, lessons learnt and the future; 
Jil Fairclough, Brighton & Sussex Medical School
[slides]

 

Kindles in the Library: NUIM Library Kindle Pilot 2011; 
Louise Saults, NUI Maynooth
[slides]

 

Lemons, badges, fun and games: Gamification and Libraries; 
Andrew Walsh, University of Huddersfield
[slides]

 

Delivering Library Services through a Virtual Learning Environment Plug-In; 
David Kane, Waterford IT
[slides]

 

Investigating library apps: their place in an overall mLibrary strategy and options for creation; 
Ros Pan, UCD & ANLTC
[slides]

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