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Developing Mobile
-
librarianship

in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

A Pilot Project

Ida F
Priyanto

& Lily
Kurniawati

idafp@lycos.com


Universitas

Gadjah

Mada

Background

Jogja

Library for All

as

a Pilot Project of M
-
Library

Jogja

Library for All
is a network among public, academic,

special and school libraries in the State of Yogyakarta,

Indonesia

Jogja

Library for All (JLA)


JLA is a network among libraries in the state of
Yogyakarta.


Consists of public, academic, special and school
libraries


Provides access to information provided by libraries
in Yogyakarta



metadata (and currently prepares fulltext)


Currently preparing mobile services




Trends…

Library without walls

Classroom without walls

Workplace without walls

Countries without boundaries

Current Generation . . .


Always on and get connected


Instant generation, @ generation, Virtual generation


Highly Social networking


Gaming


Adapt quickly to technology


Technology is second nature and will be
sixth sense


Internet: the past few years

E
-
learning/Online learning

E
-
Commerce

E
-
government

E
-
collaboration

E
-
library


Globalization


Shift to Mobility

o
E
-
learning to M
-
learning

o
E
-
commerce to M
-
commerce

o
E
-
government to M
-
government

o
E
-
collaboration to M
-
collaboration

o
E
-
library to M
-
library

o
E
-
health to M
-
health

o
E
-
agriculture to M
-
agriculture

o
E
-
finance to M
-
finance


Jolie O’Dell, Mashable, on the Morgan Stanley study:

http://mashable.com/2010/04/13/mobile
-
web
-
stats/


Mobile phones

vs

population


China
:
mobile phones

916,530,000/population 1.341.000.000 (75.32%).


Pakistan
:
mobile phones
114,610,000/population 178.854.781 (66.5%).


:

No

country

Mobile phones


Population

% mobile

phones

1

Russia

224,260,000

142.905.200

154.5%

2

Germany

107,000,000

81,882,342

130.1%

3

Brazil

245,200,000

192.379.280

127.45%

4

Indonesia

250,100,000

237,556,363

105.28%

5

USA

327,577,529

310.866.000

103.9%

6

Japan

121,246,700

127,628,095

95.1%

7

India

865,708,379

1210193422

75.42%

http://forum.vivanews.com/internasional/360274
-
9
-
negara
-
paling
-
banyak
-
menggunakan
-
handphone.html



“People expect to be able to work,
learn, and study whenever and
wherever they want to.”

Many Gadgets!

Top Level

iPhones
, Android phones,
Palm Pre

Wide Touch screen,
sophisticated web
capability

Middle Level

Blackberry, Nokia
smartphones
, Windows
mobile, etc.

No always touch screen,
capability of JavaScript.

Low Level

Web
-
enabled flip phones

Small screen, several
functions, low web
capability

20

M
-
Library JLA

Android phone

Apps for M
-
Lib

Location and
hours

In Summary…


JLA is considering to move forward to M
-
Library from
digital library


Mobile websites are more sophisticated


The development of Mobile web app is similar
to web development


Just a little different

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