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The handheld library : mobile technology and the librarian / Thomas A. Peters and Lori Bell, editors. / Santa Barbara, California : Libraries Unlimited, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC, 2013. Covering topics such as mobile reference, eBooks, mobile websites, and QR codes, this book examines the effects of the global mobile revolution on libraries and library users—critical information all librarians need.

How to attach a voice recording to a QR code. The possibilities: "what if you put this code next to a display of children’s writing, so parents could scan and hear their children reading the story? What if you placed it on display of student art so someone could walk by and scan to hear children talking about the process? What if you attached it to a book and made every book a book on tape? Just imagine- use it in reading workshops? Writing workshops? Homework?"

Here! Hear! | chartchums

Children using QR codes to access e-books.

Ipad Catalogue

ipads Everywhere | Anne-Marie Thinnes

Effectively Teaching with iPads

Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Effectively Teaching with iPads

Siri & Me comic video from the creator of "Goodnight iPad"

Using Socrative and Comic Life for book study

Book Study-Fourth Grade

Goodbye SmartBoard… Hello Apple TV: Great resource for displaying iPad on projector!

Create Tips of the Week or tutorials using Comic Life {I love Comic Life!}

Tip of The Week: Sound Effects |

How to Transfer Data from an Old iPad to iPad Air or iPad mini with Retina by padgadget #iPad

Photo booth fun at Dubbo Library - grab a prop and stike a pose during Youth Week 2013!

Teen Activities in the library

Van Meter Library Voice: When You Give A Library An iPad......You Need An Instagram To Go With It

25 Most Popular Apps Used By Librarians

45 Most Exciting Apps For Librarians |

Librarians on the Fly - Mount a tablet to the wall with access to Destiny Quest app - easier catalog searching!

Librarians on the Fly

Great ideas for library orientation

Orientation inspiration — @joycevalenza NeverEndingSearch