Author: EK

New footage: Blended Library Vision and Quellentaucher

I’m happy that my old (the first) version of the Blended Shelf is part of the recently published Blended Library Vision Video:   The video was first shown at a workshop of the University of Konstanz about the outcomes of

Video preview of the HTML5 version of Blended Shelf

As a preparation for my talk at the Bibliothekartag I made a short video of the HTML5 version of the Blended Shelf. Currently I´m working at the ZHAW on this HTML5 version of the Blended Shelf. It is build upon

Talk about the Blended Shelf at the Bibliothekartag

I am happy to announce that I will talk about the Blended Shelf at the Bibliothekartag 2014 in Bremen. The talk will be embedded in the awards ceremony of the – Innovationspreis. The session is planned for the 05.

Shelfies (Akron Beacon Journal Online) and  VÖBBLOG are writing about “shelfies“. That is the term for the shelf-equivalent of “selfies” (Wikipedia: Selfie). I didn’t know that the New York Public Library already called out a #libraryshelfie day on 29. January

Commercial approaches of shelf-related user interfaces

While writing my master thesis about an digital but reality-based interface to library collections (Blended Shelf), I did an extensive research of related work. In the following posts I give an quick overview over products, concepts and prototypes which somehow

Finally starting my blog (again)

Greetings, finally I realized my long pursued wish for (re)setting up my personal weblog. I’m trying my best to blog regularly on interesting stuff and innovations regarding libraries, technology and especially the intersection of both. As a start I will