27-30 May 2014 at The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Mobile technology has transformed so many aspects of our lives: how we work, how we communicate, how we study and how we play. Hosted by The Open University and The Chinese University of Hong Kong, this conference will explore and share work carried out in libraries around the world to deliver services and resources to users via a growing number of mobile and hand-held devices. The conference will bring together researchers, educators, technical developers and library professionals to exchange experience and expertise and to generate ideas for future developments.

Papers are being sought on the following themes:

  1. Best practice for the use of mobile technologies in libraries
  2. Challenges and strategies involved in embracing mobile innovation for libraries
  3. Mobile technologies and OER
  4. The impact of ubiquitous and wearable technologies on the future of libraries
  5. Harnessing the future for teaching and learning with mobile technologies
  6. Mobile technologies enhancing Information Access for All and pursuing the millennium development goals

For further information and key dates visit:
http://www.m-libraries.org/call%20for%20papers or follow #mlib14