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m-libraries support project survey launched

The m-libraries support project is launched with a survey to help inform the project.

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The m-libraries support project <> is part of the JISC Mobile Infrastructure for Libraries programme<> running from November 2011 until September 2012.
The project aims to build a collection of useful resources and case studies based on current developments using mobile technologies in libraries, and to foster a community for those working in the m-library area or interested in learning more.
A brief introductory survey has been devised to help inform the project - as a way of starting to gather information, to discover what information is needed to help libraries decide on a way forward, and to begin to understand what an m-libraries community could offer to help. The survey should only take 5-10 minutes and all questions are optional.
This is an open survey - please pass the survey link on to anyone else you think might be interested via email or social media:
If you're interested in mobile technologies in libraries and would like to receive updates about the project, please visit our project blog at<> and subscribe to updates (links in the right hand side for RSS or email subscriptions).

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