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Mobile Innovations in the UH Libraries
Overview of UH Libraries’ Microgrant Program, highlighting the successes and challenges of two mobile microgrant projects, and sharing how opportunities for collaboration manifested both in and outside the library.
iTouch and Go: Funding Innovation in the UH Libraries
UH Libraries trialed the use of the iPod Touch as a tool to enhance the work of librarians. This presentation outlines the successes and pitfalls of this trial and you’ll learn ways in which you can jump-start a similar ...
Get Your Game On in Instruction
Author Zora Neale Hurston said that "Research is formalized curiosity. It is poking and prying with a purpose.” The same could be said about video games, where a gamer explores new and unfamiliar areas, asks questions along ...
Research Where You Learn: Incorporating Research and Information Literacy Modules into WebCT
Meeting students where they learn is integral to their academic success, and right now, students are learning online. The use of course management systems such as WebCT has expanded well beyond the realm of distance ...
The Current Landscape of Mobile Devices
Learn about the current status of mobile devices, applications, and e-readers, and how they are affecting libraries. The live version of the presentation also provided a show and tell of the resources and devices.
The Library Makes its Small Screen Debut: Using the iPod Touch to Trial Library Services on Mobile Devices
This poster presentation was given at the Association of College & Research Libraries National Conference in Seattle, WA, in March 2009.