Providing Electronic Services Through Readers’ Mobile Devices at the Russian State Library for Young Adults

PURNIK, Anton (2019) Providing Electronic Services Through Readers’ Mobile Devices at the Russian State Library for Young Adults. Paper presented at: IFLA WLIC 2019 - Athens, Greece - Libraries: dialogue for change in Session 274 - Libraries for Children and Young Adults.

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Abstract

Providing Electronic Services Through Readers’ Mobile Devices at the Russian State Library for Young Adults

One of the main features of contemporary life is using mobile devices (smartphones, tablets) everywhere. If a while ago a smartphone revealed a wealthy person or a techno geek, nowadays everyone can afford it. Young people today work with electronic information mostly on their phones and that is why it would be strange if the library did not try to serve them this way using their smartphones and tablets. The paper is devoted to organization and processing of mailing through emails and SMS, usage of messengers, bot design, implementation of QR-codes, providing equal access to information on all devices, creation of mobile apps, making video content available everywhere.

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