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The First International m-Libraries Conference: Information On The Move...

Information On The Move : The First International m-Libraries Conference / 13th -14th November 2007 / The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK

Programme

13 November

Opening Plenary

Welcome to the Open University / Denise Kirkpatrick / Pro-Vice Chancellor Learning and Teaching / The Open University, UK

Chair / Nicky Whitsed / Director of Library Services / The Open University, UK

Opening Keynote / Joan K. Lippincott / Associate Executive Director / Coalition for Networked Information (CNI), USA

Engaging Net Gen Students in Learning: Mobility And Libraries

Presentation Slides

Mobile Learning, Mobile Library, Mobile Technology, Mobile Society /
John Traxler/ University of Wolverhampton, UK

Abstract / Presentation Slides

Building An Effective Mobile-Friendly Digital Library To Support Mobile Learners: A Case Study Of The Athabasca University m-Library Project / Rory McGreal, Mohamed Ally, Steve Schafer, Yang Cao, Tony Tin / Athabasca University, Canada

Abstract

Chair / Mohamed Ally / Associate Professor / Athabasca University, Canada

Enhancing Library Access Through The Use Of Mobile Technology: The Student Perspective And Practical Implementation / Lynne Callaghan, Ruth Charlton, Matthew Newcombe / University of Plymouth, UK

Abstract / Presentation Slides

Mobile e-Learning For Community-Based Health Workers In Developing Countries / Adesina Iluyemi / University of Portsmouth, UK

Abstract / Presentation Slides

14 November

Chair / Steve Schafer / Director Library Services / Athabasca University, Canada

Keynote / Dr Agnes Kukulska-Hulme / Deputy Director and Senior Lecturer in Educational Technology / The Open University, UK

Encyclopaedic Knowledge in the Mobile Age

Presentation Slides


Chair / John Traxler / University of Wolverhampton, UK

Public Libraries, Mobile Learning And The Creative Citizen / Geoff Butters, Margaret Markland and Rob Davies / Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

Abstract / Presentation Slides

Exploiting Mobile Communications For Library Service Development: Technical Possibilities And Cultural Implications / William Foster / University of Central England, UK

Abstract / Presentation Slides

Library As An Advocate of Mobile Learning: the Athabasca University Experience /
Stella Lee, Tony Tin, Colin Elliottt / Athabasca University, Canada

Abstract / Presentation Slides

Integrating the Educational Support Architecture In An E-Services Paradigm: The M-Learning Approach / Ivan Ganchev, Máirtín O'Droma, Stanimir Stojanov , Mícheál Ó hAodha, Damien Meere TRC, University of Limerick, Ireland and eCL, University of Plovdiv, Bulgaria

Abstract / Presentation Slides

Parallel Workshops

Abstract / Notes

Parallel Sessions

a) Mobile Support For Distance Learners: An Investigation / Jane Lunsford / The Open University, UK

b) Open Library In Your Pocket - Services To Meet The Needs Of On And Off Campus Users / Hassan Sheikh, Susan Eales, Mariano Rico / The Open University, UK

Presentation Slides

c) Digilab - Encouraging Mobile Learning Through Library Innovation / Keren Mills & Non Scantlebury / The Open University, UK

Abstract / Presentation Slides

Chair / Nicky Whitsed, Director of Library Services, the Open University

Keynote / Dr. Mohamed Ally / Associate Professor / Athabasca University, Canada

Nomadicity and Information Access: Role of Mobile Technology

Presentation Slides

Closing Remarks / Nicky Whitsed / Director of Library Services / Open University, UK

PDF Version Of Conference Programme

[http://library.open.ac.uk/mLibraries/2007/conference_programme.pdf]

Source

[http://library.open.ac.uk/mLibraries/2007/conference_programme.htm]

SEE ALSO PUBLISHED PROCEEDINGS

m-Libraries: Libraries On The Move To Provide Virtual Access / Edited By Gill Needham and Mohamed Ally / Facet Publishing / September 2008 / 352 pp. / Hardback / 978-1-85604-648-0 / £44.95

[http://mobile-libraries.blogspot.com/2009/04/m-libraries-libraries-on-move-to.html]

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