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Emerging Mobile Technologies Joshua Richardson OHSU October 25, 2006 MLA 2006 Presentation Gabriel R. Rios, MLIS Associate Director of Public Health Services at the Briscoe Library of the UT Health Science Center, San Antonio Melissa De Santis, MLIS

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Emerging Mobile Technologies

Joshua Richardson

OHSU

October 25, 2006


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MLA 2006 Presentation

  • Gabriel R. Rios, MLIS

    • Associate Director of Public Health Services at the Briscoe Library of the UT Health Science Center, San Antonio

  • Melissa De Santis, MLIS

    • Assistant Director for Public Health Services at the Briscoe Library of the UT Health Science Center, San Antonio


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What was covered

  • Identified and discussed current and future mobile technologies

  • Compared different wireless protocols and their use in libraries

  • Discussws potential impact of HIPAA on mobile technologies

  • Identified at least five sources to keep up-to-date with mobile technologies

  • Applied case studies and recommendations for supporting mobile devices at home institution


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What we’ll cover

  • Identify and discuss current and future mobile technologies (and how to support them)

  • Compare different wireless protocols and their use in libraries

  • Discuss potential impact of HIPAA on mobile technologies

  • Identify at least five sources (and then some) to keep up-to-date with mobile technologies

  • Apply case studies and recommendations for supporting mobile devices at home institution


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Why mobile technologies?

  • Convergence of information professionals: Clinicians and librarians

  • “Information appliances”

  • How do I get involved?

    • CIO

    • Systems head

    • Clinician


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Mobile Devices Used in Libraries

  • PDAs / Smartphones

  • iPods / MP3 players

  • Tablets

  • Cell Phones


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Mobile Devices Used in Libraries

  • PDAs / Smartphones

  • iPods / MP3 players

  • Tablets

  • Cell Phones


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PDAs and Smartphones

  • Personal Digital Assistants

  • Palm

  • Handhelds

  • Organizers

  • Smartphones

  • Blackberry

  • Pocket-size computers


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Palm OS

More users

More software / application development

Better battery life

Windows Mobile

(Pocket PC)

HP, Dell, and others

Fewer users

Handwriting recognition

Biometric integration

Symbian

Smartphones

Nokia, Ericsson

RIM

Blackberry

Operating Systems


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Trends

  • IDC and Gartner Group

    • Handhelds “basic PDA” decreasing

    • Blackberries increasing

    • Smartphones increasing

  • Guesstimate

    • Palm 60%

    • Windows Mobile/PocketPC 20%

    • Smartphone 20%

      • Blackberry Pearl

      • Motorola Q

      • Nokia E62

      • Treo 680

  • http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2006/06/05/BUGB5J75TK1.DTL&type=tech

  • http://healthdatamanagement.com/html/news/NewsStory.cfm?articleId=14189


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Start a PUG

Host a PDA fair

Purchase collections

Provide an “installation station”

Provide infrared

Provide printing

Loan PDAs and Accessories

Offer training

Security advice

Document delivery

Install wireless

Provide content

Recommend software

Getting Involved! Services for PDAs and Smartphones


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Getting into the game

  • Start a PDA Users Group “PUG”

  • Library = Neutral

  • Topics

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Host a PDA/Technology Fair

  • PDA or Technology

    • Keynote

    • Breakout sessions

    • Vendors / exhibits

    • Door prizes

  • Visible player

  • Identify new partners


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Providing an installation station

  • Allow people to sync their handhelds in the library

  • BYOC: Bring Your Own Cable

    • Wired

    • Wireless (infrared)

      • PDA-to-PC

      • PDA-to-Ethernet

      • PDA-to-Printer

  • Modified installations

    • Card reader / file transfer

    • CAB files (Windows data compression)

  • Technical support?


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Loaning PDAs and accessories

  • Personal devices

  • Reference aspect

  • Loan accessories

    • Wireless cards

    • Keyboards

    • Expansion memory

    • Textbooks

    • Margi Systems

    • SD cards


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Offer Training

  • Curriculum-related classes

    • Second year med students

    • Nursing graduate students

    • Residents

  • Open enrollment classes

    • “Which one do I buy?”

    • Intro to the Palm or Windows Mobile OS

    • Health science apps for the PDA

  • Consultations

  • PUG sessions


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Palm farm

Palm OS Emulator (POSE)

PocketPC Emulator

Virtual PocketPC

Pocket controller

Sample exercises

Beaming contact information

Writing in Grafiti2

Customizing your PDA

Downloading and installing software

Using push technology

Security

Securing your device

HIPAA

Training solutions


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Tech Blogs

Gizmodo

Engadget Mobile

Handheld Librarian

Textually.org

Palm PDAs

Palmdoc Chonicles

Ectopic Brain

Palm InfoCenter

Pocket PCs

PocketPC Thoughts

Medical Pocket PC

Websites

ALA Technotes

Infopeople HowTo

How Stuff Works

Teminology

Webopedia

NetLingo

Tech Web

Listservs

Web4Lib

Edupage

Online Resources


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Additional Resources

  • A Library in Your Palm (Lib Journal 4/15/03)

    http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA286650.html

  • Computers in Libraries

    • April 2006 issue


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Podcasting in Education

  • University of Chicago

  • UC Berkeley

    • http://webcast.berkeley.edu/courses/feeds.php

  • Chreighton Univ. School of Medicine

  • Johns Hopkins

    • http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/mediaII/Podcasts.html

  • Arizona Health Sciences Library

    • http://www.ahsl.arizona.edu/weblinks/Medical_podcasts.cfm

  • iTunes U

    • http://www.apple.com/education/solutions/itunes_u/

  • Resources? Depending upon goals


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