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iPad apps workshop series in the Library
Transcript of iPad apps workshop series in the Library
students as consumers and producers of information
iPads can become collaborate spaces
paths for creation via iPads
1,5 million Apple apps!!
Which do I choose?
Tools for academic research
Open to the UMass community
Multiple forms of delivery
ECHO360 classroom capture
face to face
a system that records classroom lectures
recorded lectures are accessed through a link
IT Training Portal
technical proficiency of attendees
created library accounts
rotation of featured apps
keeping up to date
testing and practicing
Collaboration across departments
IT Training Portal
Multiple delivery platforms
workshops attended by students, staff and faculty
increased knowledge of apps for academic search
growing awareness of our library resources
further exploration of mobile instruction
Nicole Hennig- http://nicolehennig.com/mobile-apps-news/
iPadInsight.com (I follow through the app Flipboard)
ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. email@example.com. ALA/ACRL. Listserv.
Hennig, N. (2014). Selecting and evaluating the Best Mobile Apps for Library Services. Library Technology Reports, 50(8), 1-30.
Mackey, Thomas P, and Trudi E. Jacobson. Metaliteracy: Reinventing Information Literacy to
Empower Learners. ALA Neal-Shuman, 2014. Print.
Teresa Maceira, UMass Boston
Computers in Libraries, 2016
Library Labs, Innovation & Imagination
March 8-10, 2016
asynchronous request from online community
more time for exploration and reflection
"The most helpful things were the apps that could be used for the research and I was really amazed to see these types of apps do exist."
University of Massachusetts Boston
Participatory digital environments
Workshop research guide