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Mobile Learning Trends: Accessibility, Ecosystems, Content Creation

Mobile Learning Trends: Accessibility, Ecosystems, Content Creation (Paperback)

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Touch screens, speech recognition, conversational interfaces, and augmented reality revolutionize the way people interact with the screen. Adaptive technology, which once required specialized hardware and software, is now built-in. Older readers may adjust font size to their needs while younger patrons can interact with library content by touch, not keystrokes. These and similar technologies, called Natural User Interfaces, also support the core library value of access for all. With ideas for library programming and resources built for mobile devices, this Library Technology Report covers such topics as:* accessibility features in iOS and Android;* apps that make your physical space and your content accessible to people with disabilities;* how devices can work together to create an ecosystem; and* using mobile devices to create content.

Reference & ResearchEncyclopaedias & reference worksAutomation of library & information processesReference & ResearchLibrary & information sciences Publisher: American Library Association Publication Date: 06/04/2016 ISBN-13: 9780838959718  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Nicole Hennig is an independent user experience professional, helping librarians and educators effectively use mobile technologies. Previously she worked for the MIT Libraries for 14 years as head of user experience and web manager. She is the author of several books and technical reports, including Selecting and Evaluating the Best Mobile Apps for Library Services and Apps for Librarians: Using the Best Mobile Technology to Educate, Create, and Engage. She has also developed several online courses on library technology.

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