Library Catalog Delivered Through Smartphones

The Library has released a mobile catalog interface appropriate for use with cell phones, including iPhones, Androids, Blackberries, or other smartphones with Internet access. Using a mobile device, you can search the library’s catalog, view items you have checked out, or renew library materials.

Mobile browser can be linked to . For quick access, bookmark the site or add it to your device’s home screen. The QR code for the mobile catalog is also available.

The mobile pilot project was partially funded by the Center for Teaching, Learning and Faculty Development, with additional support from Information Technology. Computer science students in the Senior Software Engineering Project class assisted with the initiative.

Here is a list of participants:

Computer science members:

  • Robert Pastel, assistant professor
  • Ryan McMahon, computer science student
  • Joshua Fahey, software engineering student

Library members:

  • Haihua Li, web services librarian
  • David Bezotte, library instruction coordinator

For questions and feedback, contact the Library Web Services at .

Published in Tech Today.