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Each Hot Spot includes computers, a printer, and all necessary broadband equipment, as well as a reference collection of Free Library materials.” The Goethe-Institut New York Library’s Mobile Augmented Reality App “allows learners to explore German cultural heritage in New York City using archival documents, photographs, and multimedia narratives to bring to life United States history.
At a time in which both libraries and arts organizations are often having to do more with less, it makes sense for these two parts of our culture to support each other.
The Library as Incubator Project calls attention to one of the many reasons libraries are important to our communities and our culture, and provides a dynamic online forum for sharing ideas.” (More about Content Creation, Media Labs, and Hackerspaces) Several libraries and schools have programs where children read to dogs, such as the Fairfax Community Library’s “Read To A Dog” Program and the therapy dogs at the Princeton Public Library.
The mobile initiative aims to foster an understanding of how digital learning tools can enhance secondary student information literacy experiences.” The Scottsdale Public Library in Arizona’s “Gimme Engine” mobile website “helps customers find a great book to read based on a library staffer’s recommendation and review.
Gimme combines library catalog MARC data, content enrichment service images and descriptions, and library staff book reviews on to create a unique experience.
In the library’s meeting room, 12 different devices are available to try out with a librarian on hand to explain their features and detail the differences between various devices.” The Skokie Public Library in Illinois “offers a digital media lab, a space with content creation tools that allow patrons to create and share video, music, photography, and design projects.
Customers have access to computers with editing software, cameras, camcorders, microphones, and musical keyboards.
The free CCPL Mobile smartphone app features a Digital Books & Media channel that makes finding and downloading e-books and e-audiobooks from the library’s collection.
In addition to using the app to renew and reserve items, patrons can also use the tool to find library branches and hours of operation.
Using this technology, users are able to hold up their mobile phones and see archival photos layered on top of the images visible through the camera’s phone.
In 2012, the American Library Association recognized the library for offering cutting-edge technologies in library services.” The Cuyahoga County Public Library of Parma, Ohio “created CCPL Mobile, an exciting new mobile app that enhances the library patron experience by giving patrons access to the unprecedented convenience of checking out items using their smart phones.