Libraries and the mobile revolution: remediation=relevanceReference Services Review (2009)
AbstractThe purpose of this paper is to look at the big picture of where academic libraries fit into the mobile revolution. Design/methodology/approach – Using Jim Hahn’s accompanying article, “On the remediation of Wikipedia and the iPod,” the author comments on what remediation means for the academic library culture as a whole. The reflections are based on observations of current trends in technology and the emergence of a mobile culture. A definition of this generation of library users is suggested – the ING (information now generation). Editorial in nature, the paper also discusses some new technologies and how they might be applicable to the technological growth of libraries. Findings – This reflection of current trends encourages librarians to look/listen, explore, apply, prevail when it comes to applying emerging technologies to the library world.
- Communication technologies,
- Mobile communication systems
Citation InformationMichelle Jacobs. "Libraries and the mobile revolution: remediation=relevance" Reference Services Review Vol. 37 Iss. 3 (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/mjl/3/