Library Technology Reports

Articles from Vol. 47, No. 2, February-March

Issues for Information Access on the Mobile Web
Abstract Although offering mobile services is a tremendous opportunity to expand a library's ability to provide service to its community, the mobile Web is still a new technology and a seamless transition into mobile services is practically impossible....
Mobile Devices in 2011
Abstract The exploding popularity of mobile devices has led to a market where new devices are being released, new programs are being developed, and new features are gaining and losing popularity very rapidly. This chapter of Libraries and Mobile...
Mobile Solutions for Your Library
Abstract This chapter of Libraries and Mobile Services puts the information from the previous chapters into a library-specific context. By examining what different libraries have already done to provide mobile services and providing best practices...
Why Worry about Mobile?
Abstract Mobile devices are ubiquitous in today's society, and there's no evidence that that is going to change. According to the Pew Internet and American Life Project as of mid-2010, 82 percent of American adults own a mobile phone or a mobile...
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