As rumors of the Apple Watch continue to bounce around the internet, it might be time to take a look at existing devices or health and fitness apps that work with your phone — many of which are free! So on that note, let’s check out some technology and perhaps, keep a New Year’s resolution […]
Tag Archives: mobile
- Can Librarians Crack the Code? June 26, 2015
- Making it – New technologies & how libraries can use them June 12, 2015
- A short report from the SCUNC (pronounced “skunk”) June 10, 2015
- Don’t Go It Alone: The Role of Networking in Continuing Education June 5, 2015
- Curl Up With a Good…Ebook! May 31, 2015
- A Love/Hate Relationship with Webinars November 2, 2014
- Start Unifying Your Libraries Look and Feel January 2, 2015
- Three Reasons You Should Be Learning With Lynda November 17, 2014
- Let’s Do This, 2015! December 1, 2014
- Consider the Lobster (well, the Audience): Targeting Your Collateral May 8, 2015
- Kara Martina: You describe my ebook dilemma perfectly. I am also...
- Julia Huprich: Great post, Mack! Libraries serve so many people, ...
- Charlie Bennett: Ah, I love the Oblique Strategies!...
- Robin Ooi: Hey robin, This is a very valuable list....than...
- Roy Cummings: Great post. I recently had to remind our staff not...
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