Mashed Library 2010 – Chips and Mash

sponsored by Intellident Ltd

Interests

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Here’s a list of the things the delegates are interested in…

  • RFID
  • catalogue enhancements
  • marketing
  • developing library apps for handheld devices
  • creating online presence for library using tools that users will naturally use
  • redeveloping induction for users and other library training sessions on Moodle and handheld devices
  • ways in which RFID can help promote and market our library including new resources lists
  • QR codes
  • Open Data, attention data, usage data & geographica data
  • archives
  • use of research datasets
  • RFID & mobile devices
  • mobile technology, web stuff, maps and RFID
  • maximising access to subscription e-resources
  • mobile apps
  • current awareness
  • online reading lists
  • RFID
  • QR codes
  • mobile applications
  • Open/Linked Data
  • RFID
  • reading lists
  • RFID
  • RFID hacking
  • mobile web
  • iPad as learning devices
  • RFID
  • electronic resource discovery
  • Information Literacy
  • Web 2.0
  • RFID
  • QR codes
  • mobile development
  • Web 2.0 (and 3.0!)
  • catalogue enhancements
  • RFID
  • mobile apps and access
  • e-resources
  • marketing/promoting online services
  • information literacy
  • promoting library service on Facebook
  • getting more services online
  • targetting iPhone and Android users
  • WiFi
  • RFID
  • QR codes
  • process improvement
  • mobile & communications technologies
  • QR codes
  • augmented reality
  • jQuery
  • OPACs
  • Usability testing – seeing if the things we develop will actually be used and of benefit to people
  • libraries
  • I would love to know how we can use RFID tags more creatively and easily extract statistical information to show how our collections are being used
  • Web 2.0
  • resource discovery
  • RFID
  • interested in the delivery of library services to mobiles
  • general information on mashing data from various sources
  • semantic web technologies
  • RFID provision in libraries
  • accessing Library catalogue data in different places such as mobile or within other web sites
  • potential for use of QRcodes to promote Library resources and events
  • usability, Javascript, mobile Web, HTML5, CSS3
  • libraries
  • Linux
  • Open Source
  • iPhone/iPad
  • Moodle / VLE / eLearning
  • how mashups can be used in a public library setting
  • library software
  • repositories
  • rapid development
  • mobile learning
  • use of electronic resources in a blended learning world
  • making the best public library website in the country
  • I like the idea of things that can tell their own stories, and of using technologies to create imaginative worlds
  • marketing
  • mobile learning/libraries
  • stock acquisition and development
  • reader development
  • student induction
  • collaboration with local partnerships
  • social networking
  • environmentally sustainable technology
  • e-books in public libraries
  • wireless internet access in public libraries
  • games
  • interested in QR codes and mobile elearning
  • marketing
  • improving intranet-based library services
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Written by Dave Pattern

June 15, 2010 at 6:24 pm

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