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Responsive Web Design in Practice
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-04-06)
A Review of the book "Responsive Web Design in Practice" by Jason A. Clark.
Considerations for your Mobile Library
We all know by now that the ubiquity of mobile devices, from smart phones to e-book readers to tablets, is changing when, where, and how people are accessing information for personal and professional use. What does this ...
Discovery at the University of Houston Libraries
This presentation is part of a larger program, "The Age of Discovery: Understanding Discovery Services, "Federated Search, and Web scale" at ALA Annual Conference in New Orleans, June 23-28, 2011. This presentation in ...
Library Mobile Web Design: Tips, Tricks and Resources
Going mobile with your website? This presentation will walk you through some things to consider when thinking about the functionality and content of your library’s mobile presence, and point to useful tools for building ...
Overcoming the Challenges to Creating a Single Online User Experience
The modern library web environment consists of multiple content sources and applications that perform essential functions that often overlap and could potentially create a fractured user experience. For example, content ...
How to Rock the Planning Process for your Next Digital Library Web Project
Does thinking about web projects for digital libraries make you feel as though you're trapped between a rock and a hard place? You will need to engage digital library partners and stakeholders; collect and analyze diverse ...
Streamlining Data for Cross-Platform Web Delivery
(Taylor & Francis, 2013)
Smartphone users expect the presentation of Web sites on their mobile browsers to look and feel like native applications. With the pressure on library Web developers to produce app-like mobile sites, there is often a rush ...
Funding Mobile Innovation in the Library: The Why and How
This is the keynote for the Spring 2010 CALLR Meeting (http://www.callr.us/). Mobile technologies are having a big impact on libraries today. This presentation covers why libraries should be paying attention, highlights ...
Seeing the Library through the Terminator’s Eyes: Augmented Reality
Augmented reality is a location-aware technology that can help libraries widen access to resources and promote services to users in exciting and innovative ways. This emerging technology superimposes layers of computer-generated ...
Examples of what you can do with the DPLA API
This presentation was part of a pre-conference, "Hacking the Digital Public Library of America” at the Texas Conference on Digital Libraries in Austin, TX, on April 4, 2014.