View 2010 Fall Workshop Live!

Staying Connected: Mobile Apps for Law Libraries
Friday, October 22nd

The following workshop events will be streamed live via Ustream.

9:30 – 10:30        
Mobile Is Here… Whether You Want It or Not
Keynote Speaker: Tom Boone, Loyola Law School
This presentation will cover all the various ways that mobile technologies are already invading libraries without librarians having lifted a finger.  
Our Keynote is generously sponsored by West.
10:30 – 10:45     
Morning Break (not broadcasted)
10:45 – 11:15     
West Mobile Technology Evolution
Speaker: Michele Lucero, West Librarian Relations
Learn about mobile technology available from West including eBooks, Mobile Apps and Websites!
11:15– 11:45      
Lexis on the Go
Speaker: Michael Saint-Onge and Barry Wiener, LexisNexis
11:45 – 12:15     
How to Use and Develop QR Codes for Your Library
Speakers: Keven Jeffery & Pamela Jackson, San Diego State University Library and Information Access
This talk will focus on the instructional use of mobile apps and embedding library resources in systems patrons use most.  This will include the use of mobile research apps on handheld devices, embedding apps into learning management systems and on social networks, and using apps in customizable portals like iGoogle.
12:15 – 1:15        
Lunch (not broadcasted)
Generously sponsored by CEB.
1:30 – 2:30
Making Mobile Work in Your Library 
Keynote Speaker: Tom Boone
This presentation will be a more pragmatic approach to bringing mobile tech into law libraries, including a gentle introduction to some of the technical jargon and issues in creating mobile apps/sites. But with an emphasis on “gentle.”
2:30 – 2:45          
Snack Break (not broadcasted)
2:45 – 3:15 
The Soul of San Diego Goes Mobile: Developing an iPhone App for Balboa Park
Speakers: Rich Cherry & Maren Dougherty, Balboa Park Online Collaborative (BPOC)
In Summer 2010, the Balboa Park Online Collaborative (BPOC) launched an iPhone App for Balboa Park. Two representatives from BPOC— Rich Cherry, director, and Maren Dougherty, senior editor— will speak about the process of creating and maintaining an app for a destination that contains more than 80 attractions, gardens, and restaurants.

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