Target Audience: Librarians or information specialists interested in learning about mobile applications and how they work
1. Participants will identify specific tasks suitable to achieve on a mobile device and assess applications to achieve those tasks.
2. Participants will analyze sources available to identify and evaluate applications on multiple mobile platforms.
Between the Apple iPhone and various Android devices, more than 300,000 applications are available to society for use in the workplace and home environments. Finding good apps is hard. Understanding which activities can be accomplished using mobile devices can be equally difficult. This program will highlight best-of-breed mobile applications by focusing on tools that solve problems for law librarians. Presenters will demonstrate various features of mobile applications for the iPhone, Android, and Blackberry devices, including some tools for iPad and other tablets. In addition, available resources to discover and evaluate new applications will be shared.
Coordinator/Speaker: Barbara Fullerton, Morningstar, Inc.; Speakers: Holly M. Riccio, O'Melveny & Myers LLP; Roger Vicarius Skalbeck, Georgetown University Law Library
NOTE Attendance numbers do not account for private attendees. Get there early!