Planning for the mobile library: A strategy for managing innovation and transformation at the University of Glasgow Library

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Abstract

Modern mobile devices have powerful features that are transforming access to information. Lippincott <sup>1</sup> argues that as mobile devices such as smartphones become 'key information devices' for our users, libraries will want to have a significant presence in offering content and services that are suitable for this medium. This article outlines the process of development and implementation of a mobile strategy at the University of Glasgow Library. What began as an investigation into a mobile interface to the library catalogue evolved into a comprehensive strategic review of how we deliver services now and in the future in this rapidly changing mobile environment.

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Stevenson, K. (2011). Planning for the mobile library: A strategy for managing innovation and transformation at the University of Glasgow Library. Serials, 24(3). https://doi.org/10.1629/24S26

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