Tag Archive for 'Mobile Information Service'

The Future of Scholarly Communication

A vibrant and productive research community underpins a successful knowledge economy. But the context, mechanisms and channels of research communication are in flux. Read more

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Mobile: a new report on publishers catching up on users’ trends

Mobile Access — Publishers Must Catch Up With User Adoption Trends Judy Luther The Scholarly Kitchen, December 3, 2012 When content is available on a mobile device, we expect the convenience of access anytime from anywhere. However, if the content is licensed to an institution, the user’s path for mobile access […]

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A new and telling report: Transforming library services with mobile technology

Transforming library services with mobile technology Ben Showers Research Information, December 4, 2012 The discovery, consumption and creation of content – music, photos, text and video – constitutes the majority of our mobile activity. Such activities used to be rooted in a physical space, the library, the classroom or the […]

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From Collections to Connections: Turning Libraries “Inside-Out”

January 23 – 25, 21st BOBCATSSS Conference: From Collections to Connections: Turning Libraries “Inside-Out” Place: Ankara, Turkey Sponsor/Organizer: Students at Hacettepe University, Department of Information Management, and Royal School of Library and Information Science, Denmark Second Call for Papers: URL: http://bobcatsss.net/

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