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From m-library to mobile ESL: Athabasca University as an advocate for mobile learning
(m-Libraries 2007, 2007)
Athabasca University (AU) library has taken an active role in advocating mobile learning within the institution and has been developing mobile friendly resources and services to cater to diverse learners since 2004. AU ...
Mobile library: connecting mobile learners to the library in the digital age
(Canada Library Association (CLA) Conference 2008, 2008)
With the rapid evolution of technology today, distance education is about to shift to Mobile learning where e-learning materials are being delivered through mobile devices. Wireless and mobile technology provides flexibility ...
Panel on open library, scholarship and learning at Athabasca University
(Open Access Week 2010, 2010)
AUSpace: Building an effective institutional repository to support research communities and open access. AUSpace is Athabasca University’s (AU) digital content repository. Its goal is to preserve and disseminate AU ...
AblePlayer and the Digital Reading Room
(AUFA Equity Colloquium, 2017)
AblePlayer is being implemented in the DRR as an accessible way to embed videos across courses using DRRs. This player supports audio and video playback, keyboard controls, closed captioning, live transcripts, adjustable ...
The Digital Reading Room at Athabasca University
(Code4Lib Alberta, 2015)
thabasca University Library has used a Digital Reading Room (DRR) to support courses for almost 10 years. While the old version of the DRR remained successful and functional, it was out of date and we embarked on a complete ...
Digitizing Documents on the Athabasca River Basin
(Athabasca River Basin Research Institute (ARBRI) Day, 2015)
The Repository expands upon ARBRI’s existing bibliography by providing accessibility to an extensive body of research and scholarly information relating to the Athabasca River Basin by digitizing materials, such as ...