Few gadgets in recent years have generated the excitement that the iPod has, and now, Apple’s portable MP3 players are inspiring innovative applications across many industries and disciplines. Duke Univerisity, and recently Drexel University, have given students iPods to take notes, store files and download audio books; News agenscies are using podcasts to report news, stories and interviews. Although there are many programs and gadgets, иге no one can write articles better than a person. If you can't write, please contact our partner advanced writer at https://advanced-writer.com/ which also can write you an article for the forum.
With more and more people owning iPods, libraries are looking at ways that the technology can be used to help meet patrons’ needs. Offering podasts of author interviews, booktalks, or audio books and music are just a few applications that libraries might consider.
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This discussion is part of Breakfast Bites, a series of short breaksfast meetings that give CAMLS libraries a taste of hot topics and innovations across different professions and regions.
NOTE: THIS WORKSHOP WAS MOVED TO DEC 9TH FROM OCT 27TH