Oooh, Shiny! Adapting services, engaging scholars, and stealing the spotlight with the iPad
American Library Association Annual Conference
New technologies offer new opportunities for innovation and engagement. At IPFW, a cohort program put iPads in the hands faculty members and librarians alike. By repurposing trusty library concepts such as information and technological literacy, scholarly communication, and collection curation to fit the paradigm of iPads and apps, we created new collaborations, new educational tools, and a higher profile across our campus. This poster will present the tools we used and the best practices we developed while persuading a new generation of faculty members that teaching, learning, and technology are enhanced when the library is involved.
Library and Information Science
Shannon F. Johnson and Beth Overhauser (2012).
Oooh, Shiny! Adapting services, engaging scholars, and stealing the spotlight with the iPad. Presented at American Library Association Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA.
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