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Newest version of 23 Mobile Things is from Philippines and Singapore – Video Greeting

It is privilege to see new versions of 23 Mobile Things living and thriving world wide. The number of people in the library field that is learning together about mobile technology and using this technology to deliver library services to their communities is growing. Thank you to all the learners and organisers keeping this program alive and making it better all the time.

Thank you Joan and Karyll for the great version for Philippines and Singapore.

23 Mobile Things – Exploring the potential of mobile tools for delivering library services – at #lib2013

My first time presenting at an online conference was this years awesome Library 2.013. It was a lot of fun and I would love to do more online presentations. If you use Blackboard you can see the recorded version of my presentation here 

Here are my slides:

and links to presentation and video Greetings from Mylee Joseph and Abigail Willemse

Michael Stephens video about learning 2.0 and research results from 23 mobile things

Mylees Video presentations
Mylee Joseph and Katrhyn Barwick Slides
Hello from Mylee
Breaking the tether of the PC
Mobile friendly
Who what where

Abigails Video presentation – Greetings from #anz23mthings
Introduction & how we did the course
How we run our course
Collaboration for the course
Thanks & conclusion

23 Mobile Things has launched – and you are welcome to join

23The Danish version of 23 Mobile Things is half finished and today the English version launched. I am very proud of this project. If you are new to the smartphone / tablet world this free online learning program could be what you are looking for – or you might know someone who are looking for a course like that?

See the announcement of the project at Tame The Web

..and then head over to 23mobilethings.net and see it for yourself. We would love to connect with you on twitter @23mobilethings and via #23mobilethings

I am so happy to be working with Mylee Joseph and Kathryn Barwick from State Library of New South Wales, Australia and Dr Michael Stephens on this project.

A heartfelt thanks to the participants and hard workers from the Danish edition: Pernille Saul, Sigrid Kjøller and Stine Grabas and the rest of the staff from Guldborgsund-libraries.

[Photo credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/moe/7721137/in/pool-77497676@N00/]