Making beautiful music: The state of the art in mobile technology and how we can make the most of it in libraries. Bibliography
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Making beautiful music: The state of the art in mobile technology and how we can make the most of itin libraries – Eleanor Cook (East Carolina University) and Megan Hurst (EBSCO Publishing) BibliographyBarile, L. (2011). Mobile technologies for libraries: A list of mobile applications and resources fordevelopment. College & Research Libraries News, 72(4), 222-228.Bober, C. (2010). Adapting to the Needs of Mobile Users. Education Libraries, 33(2), 68-71.This is a list of earlier citations and compilations on the topicBridges, L., Rempel, H., & Griggs, K. (2010). Making the case for a fully mobile library web site: from floormaps to the catalog. Reference Services Review, 38(2), 309-320.Carr, Nicholas. (2010) The shallows: what the Internet is doing to our brains. New York: W.W. Norton.Chan, C. (2012). Mobile sites made simple. College & Research Libraries News, 73(5), 256-260.comScore, Inc. (2011). Digital Omnivores: How Tablets, Smartphones and Connected Devices areChanging U.S. Digital Media ConsumptionHabits.http://www.comscore.com/Press_Events/Presentations_Whitepapers/2011/Digital_OmnivoresCook, E. I. (2011). Chapter 3: Academic Library Dilemmas in Purchasing Content for E-readers. LibraryTechnology Reports, 47(8), 14-17.CTIA (2011).2011 CTIA Semi-Annual Wireless IndustrySurvey.http://www.ctia.org/advocacy/research/index.cfm/AID/10316Durant, David. (2012) http://thescholarship.ecu.edu/handle/10342/3911Both the presentation slides and the bibliography are useful for understanding better the topic of howreading has changed with the rise of e-content.Haefele, C. (2011). One Block at a Time: Building a Mobile Site Step by Step. Reference Librarian, 52(1/2),117-127.Hanson, C. W. (2011). Why Worry about Mobile?Library Technology Reports; Feb2011, Vol. 47 Issue 2,p5-10, 6p, 2Keating, M. (2011). Will They Come? Get Out the Word about Going Mobile. Reference Librarian,52(1/2), 20-26.Kosturski, K., &Skornia, F. (2011). Handheld Libraries 101: Using Mobile Technologies in the AcademicLibrary. Computers In Libraries, 31(6), 11-13.Lanza, S. R. (2011). Going Mobile. Searcher, 19(6), 34-40.
La Counte, S. GoingMobile: Developing Apps for Your Library Using Basic HTML Programming. Chicago:ALA, 2012.Nardini, B. (2008). Column People: Whats Their Future in a World of Blogs? Part II: The Role ofColumnists in Academic Journals. Serials Librarian, 54(1/2), 93-98.The New Media Consortium and the Educause Learning Initiative. (2011). The Horizon Report: 2011Edition. http://www.nmc.org/pdf/2011-Horizon-Report.pdfOz, M.C.&Roizen, M.F. (2012).Call on your smart phone to reduce stress. Real Age, published 2/12/2012,http://www.realage.com/mood-stress/call-on-your-smartphone-to-dial-down-stressRennie, L. et al. (2012). The rise of e-reading. Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project.http://libraries.pewinternet.org/2012/04/04/the-rise-of-e-reading/Restak, R. (2011).Optimizing brain fitness. Chantilly, VA: The Great Courses.This is a course guidebook for a self-paced audio course that is part of a series made available throughthe following: http://www.thegreatcourses.com/greatcourses.aspxRyan, B. (2011). Developing Library Websites Optimized for Mobile Devices. Reference Librarian,52(1/2), 128-135. (whole issue is about mobile)Scherlen, A. (2008). Column People: Whats Their Future in a World of Blogs? Part I: Columns and Blogs:Making Sense of Merging Worlds. Serials Librarian, 54(1/2), 79-92.Seeholzer, J., & Salem, J. A. (2011). Library on the Go: A Focus Group Study of the Mobile Web and theAcademic Library. College & Research Libraries, 72(1), 9-20.Thomas, L. (2012). Mobile Libraries 2012.Library Journal, 137(2), 26-28.Thomas, L. C. (2012). The state of mobile in libraries, 2012.The Digital Shift, Feb. 7, 2012.http://www.thedigitalshift.com/2012/02/mobile/the-state-of-mobile-in-libraries-2012/Tidal, J. (2011). Using Web Metric Software to Drive Mobile Website Development. Computers InLibraries, 31(3), 19-23.Trainor, C. (2010). Planning for a Mobile Site. American Libraries, 41(4), 26.Travis, T., &Tay, A. (2011). Designing Low-Cost Mobile Websites for Libraries. Bulletin Of The AmericanSociety For Information Science & Technology, 38(8), 24-29.Wisniewski, J. (2011). Mobile That Works for Your Library.Online (Weston, Conn.), 35(1), 54-57.Zhou, T. (2011). Examining the critical success factors of mobile website adoption. Online InformationReview, 35(4), 636-652.