Recent Trends and Innovative Usage of Mobile Technology to Improve Education through Library Services: A Study
With the rapid development of the mobile communication technology, Mobile digital library system is becoming a new direction of today’s digital library. This paper reviews the characteristics and concept of Mobile Phone Library Services, interact the situation of application, service model and the new trends of mobile terminal Services inpresent libraries.The development of mobile technology has resulted inchanging the academic environment from traditional to mobile learningsettings.
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