We've bolted an ipad to our circ desk for students to search our course
reserves interface: http://www.tararobertson.ca/diy-kiosk/
The industrial design shop technicians are building a bunch of secure
enclosures for our grad show. I can see if they are willing to share
On 12-02-13 7:50 AM, Cynthia Ng wrote:
> Hi All,
> I was wondering if anyone has implemented (or plan to implement) touch
> screens in their library? We're looking mostly at doing it for
> wayfinding (finding items, rooms, etc.) but I'd definitely be
> interested in hearing about any other uses.
> What kind of hardware did you choose?
> What software are you using?
> If you did it in-house, what language(s) did you use?
> Any ideas/help would be great.
Tara Robertson systems and technical services librarian| tel 604 630
4566 fax 604 630 4531
emily carr university of art + design <http://www.ecuad.ca> | 1399
Johnston Street, Vancouver BC V6H 3R9