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The go-to resource for straightforward instruction on using Foursquare, Facebook Places, Gowalla, Bizzy, Google Wallet, augmented reality programs, and QR codes in your library! The book guides you through each step in the implementation process, giving you the information you need to successfully use location aware technologies in library environments. It covers how to cr ...more
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Published January 1st 2012 by ALA Techsource
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Joe Murphy, Librarian Futurist, MBA, and student in a Foresight grad program. Former leading library Consultant and speaker in the library innovation industry. Joe previously worked as Director of Library Futures with the leading global library software company and as Science Librarian at Yale University. Joe combines futurist thinking with librarian critical research.

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