The proliferation of mobile apps for smartphones has changed the ways we search for and access information. With a surge in the number of mobile customers, librarians can harness the full potential of these apps to provide innovative, value-added reference services, deliver content, and enhance library programming. In this fun and highly interactive presentation, speakers discuss 50 great apps for Android and Apple devices to help you stay organized, be productive, juggle multiple tasks, and quickly find the information you want. Learn how and where to find the best apps to use at work, at home, or even on the road.
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Marc Parrys article presents a profile of www.Xtranormal.com, a user-controlled cartoon-movie making website which uses text-to-movie technology to make animated online videos. Picture by David King via Flickr Creative Commons.
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