mobilization.

Last week I attended an excellent in-house staff training at UCB led by Fleur Helsingor of the Kresge Engineering Library on what it takes to make an existing website mobile-friendly using HTML, XHTML, and CSS. This is a topic on the minds of many, and Fleur deftly covers the range of issues involved in this... Continue Reading →

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cil2008: mobile trends.

megan fox - simmons college mobile access is common to patrons, so it's incumbent upon librarians to help user understand the role librarians have in the mobile world. trends in mobile access to information. global market, global and transcoded web, what's coming next. devices and capabilities there are 3x mobile phones as their are pcs.... Continue Reading →

mobile internet usage/usability.

An article in today's Campus Technology cites a comScore research study showing that mobile broadband use is growing rapidly - their figures show a "154 percent in the 4th quarter of 2007 versus the same period in 2006," accounting for about 2 million users in 2007 versus around 900,000 in 2006. Competition among mobile providers... Continue Reading →

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