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Title: 10 Emerging Technologies for Academic Libraries


1
10 Emerging Technologies for Academic Libraries
  • ISLT 9410
  • Eliot Boden
  • Elisabeth Lomax
  • Kelley Martin
  • Aaron Robb

2
Inside the Technology Toolbox
CamScanner
Web-Scale Discovery
QR Codes
Tablets
BrowZine
3
BrowZine
Scholarly Journal App
icon thirdiron.com
  • iOS and Android native app
  • Browse, read, monitor scholarly works
  • Save, annotate, export, and share
  • Zotero, Mendeley, Dropbox, etc.
  • Skeuomorphism easy to learn and use
  • Unites separate articles from multiple databases
    into complete journals
  • Partners directly with journal publishers
  • Content is recent (non-embargoed)

Add value to expensive journal subscriptions
Facilitate serendipitous discovery Increase
usage statistics of electronic resources Robust
analytics
libraries.wright.edu
4
PB Works
Online Collaboration Space
icon iconfinder.com
  • Cloud-based group workspace
  • Free and premium editions
  • Create access for administrators
  • Set up class-specific accounts
  • Publish, edit, and annotate a Wiki
  • Use calendar to schedule tasks
  • Add links, upload images and files
  • Brand the Wiki with colors, logo

Support distance learning Brainstorm, share
ideas Coordinate staff Manage workflow
Reduce email
Alternative to BaseCamp, Dropbox, Evernote,
Google Docs, MS Project
turbomilk.com
5
Web-Scale Discovery
Single Search Box
icon iconfinder.com
  • No new content access portal
  • Simultaneously search local holdings and licensed
    content
  • Google-like search experience
  • Very Fast search of harvested index
  • Faceted browsing to filter results
  • Tools to save, export, share files
  • Low precision, insanely high recall

Great starting place for research Alternative
to Google One-stop-shopping Increase usage
statistics
6
Camtasia
Video Editing Software
icon geneseo.edu
  • Record screencasts longer than 5 min. (limit for
    Jing and Screenr)
  • Discounts for educators
  • Capture your computer screen
  • Add your own audio/instructions
  • Many editing tools and effects
  • Add links, upload images and files
  • PnP capabilities
  • Upload to webpages, blogs, and YouTube from
    within Camtasia

Create professional instructional videos Teach
information literacy and research skills One of
the best tools for teaching software applications
cadablog.blogspot.com
7
QR Codes
Smartphone-Enhanced Barcodes
icon upload.wikimedia.org
  • Developed in 1994 by Denso-Wave, a Toyota
    subsidiary
  • Originally used to track auto parts
  • Can encode much more information than a
    traditional barcode
  • Greater error correction
  • Scan-able from many angles/distances
  • Customizable add branding
  • Growing in popularity for library use, including
    customer service, reference questions, checkout,
    reviews, media descriptions, and library news
    updates.

Allows patrons to instantly access any site
media, reviews, blogs, classroom assignments and
instructions, logins to online collaboration,
using smartphones.
itunes.com
8
Pinterest
Content Sharing Platform
icon digitalethos.org
  • Self-described virtual pin board
  • Among the top ten most visited social media sites
    (Slone, 2011)
  • More referral traffic than YouTube, Google, and
    LinkedIn (Fox, 2012)
  • Promote special collections, events, and new
    materials (Dunn, 2012).
  • Highlight educational technology, support
    curriculum, and market library materials
    (Dubenhoffer, 2012).

oedb.org
Promote visibility of library staff Give
updates on new acquisitions Find inspiration
for programs Provide additional library
instruction tools
libraryjournal.com
9
Hootsuite
Social Media Management Dashboard
icon hootsuite.com
  • Real-time web-based platform
  • Centralized dashboard creates easy view of
    multiple social media accounts
  • Ability to manage and post to multiple social
    media accounts simultaneously
  • Pre-scheduling options for automated messaging
    and updating
  • Automates keyword search of social media
  • High quality analytics analyze traffic

mashable.com
digest.dx3.canada.com
Save time Streamline social media management
Monitor conversation about the library Evaluate
program impact Increase web traffic
hootsuite.com
10
CamScanner
Mobile PDF Creator
icon twitter.com
  • Smartphones and tablets become handheld digital
    scanners
  • Both free and upgraded versions
  • Allows users to
  • Scan documents or photos
  • Adjust brightness, contrast, detail
  • Crop and rotate
  • Save as a .jpeg or .pdf
  • Export and share
  • Fax or Airprint
  • Upgraded version for i0S has OCR

Copy whiteboard Scan/copy meeting/study notes
Scan articles/books Library maps/locations
Archival documents
downloadcheapapp.com
11
Pivotal Tracker
Project Management Software
icon cloudomatic.com
  • Web-based service
  • Single or multiple projects
  • Follows a team through lifetime of an entire
    project
  • Keeps participants focused
  • Granular workflow tracking
  • Creates progress reports
  • Free upgraded accounts are available for
    non-profits

pivotaltracker.com
Manage website redesign, maintenance Shelf
weeding projects Construction projects
Student or staff ongoing assignments Library
instruction
12
Tablets
Mobile Computers
icon kodcu.com
  • Surface computers that use touch screen
    technology
  • Several varieties on the market (iOS, Android,
    Windows)
  • iPad currently the most popular device (Luden,
    2012)
  • Rapidly growing market tablet use in the United
    States expected to rise to 82.1 million users by
    2015 (Statista, 2012)

Surf the Internet Read eBooks and PDF documents
perform Word processing Check email Use
Blackboard Scan and share documents
13
Thanks for Watching!
14
References
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    Technology and Creative Services. Tutorial.
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  • Dempsey, M. (2011, June 3). Scan Me! QR Codes in
    Libraries. Retrieved November 20, 2012, from
    http//qrinlibs.blogspot.com/
  • Dudenhoffer, C. (2012). Pin It!. College
    Research Libraries News. 73 (6). 328-332
  • Dunn, J. (2012). 20 Ways Libraries Are Using
    Pinterest Right Now. edudemic. Retrieved from
    http//edudemic.com/2012/03/20-ways-libraries-are-
    using-pinterest-right-
  • Fox, Z. (2012). Pinterest Drives More Traffic
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    erest-traffic-study/
  • Hoffmann, Glen. (2010). PBworks Making Teams
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