OCLC Research to Host TAI CHI Webinar on Mobile Development, 29 April at 2 pm EDT (UTC 18:00)

 
Join OCLC Research consulting software engineer Bruce Washburn for an update on the latest developments in mobile applications.

The landscape is changing rapidly for mobile application development. While some libraries, archives and museums were early adopters or have recently launched mobile ventures, others are still weighing their options. In this webinar, OCLC Research consulting software engineer Bruce Washburn will provide a brief update on current conditions, discuss choices to be made between "native" and Web mobile application development paths, look at some recent efforts, and consider the impact our mobile apps might have now and in the near term. Webinar participation is free and open to all but advanced registration is required.

This is the third webinar in the OCLC Research Technical Advances for Innovation in Cultural Heritage Institutions (TAI CHI) Webinar Series developed to highlight specific innovative applications, often locally developed, that libraries, museums and archives may find effective in their own environments, as well as to teach technical staff new technologies and skills. Recordings of these webinars are made available on the OCLC Research Web site and in the iTunes Store.

More Information

Register to Attend the 29 April OCLC Research TAI CHI Webinar on Mobile Development
https://oclc.webex.com/oclc/j.php?ED=135379072&RG=1&UID=1123622887

OCLC Research Technical Advances for Innovation in Cultural Heritage Institutions (TAI CHI) Webinar Series
http://www.oclc.org/research/events/taichi.htm#md

OCLC Research Webinars in the iTunes Store
http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=284764834

For more information:

Roy Tennant
Senior Program Officer
OCLC Research
tennantr@oclc.org
+1-707-287-5580

Melissa Renspie
Senior Communications Officer
OCLC Research
renspiem@oclc.org
+1-614-761-5231

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