#NCLA13 Share Your App Recapp!

Thanks to everyone who joined us at NCLA! We’re so grateful for all of the friendly folks who presented and participated in our sessions, who came out for our social on Wednesday, and who stopped by and spun our prize wheel! We’ll be posting recaps of all of our #ncla13 sessions here on the blog, starting with Friday morning’s Share your app! panel.

Share your app!
We had great attendance bright and early Friday morning for the Share your app! panel. Here are some details about the apps and those who shared them!

Evernote and Skitch (presented by Emily King, UNC-Chapel Hill Libraries)
Evernote is a web based note-taking app that let you save just about anything and view it later on your computer, tablet,
or phone.  Skitch extends the abilities of evernote to annotate images and pdfs you have saved in evernote.  Emily shared information about how she uses Evernote and Skitch to collect information and track projects.
website: http://evernote.com/
iTunes app store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/evernote/id281796108
Google play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.evernote&hl=en
Evernote on Twitter: https://twitter.com/evernote

MagLight (presented by Holly Mabry, NCKNOWS)
MagLight is an app that magically turns your device into a magnifier. Both the free and pro versions make it possible for your iPhone/iPad to magnify small text with an adjustable zoom and image capture. There was a lot of audience interest in this app, and luckily Holly will be leading a webinar for TNT in early 2014 (details to come) about assistive technology. 
iTunes app store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/magnifying-glass-light-digital/id406048120
Holly’s blog: http://www.accesstechgeek.com/

Biblioboard (presented by Samantha Harlow, High Point University Libraries)
Biblioboard is an app that provides access to curated digital archival collections. Anyone can download the free app and explore these collections, and libraries can also opt in as “creators” to get access to more content and to have the option to upload their own content. 
website: http://www.biblioboard.com/
iTunes app store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/biblioboard/id497998887?mt=8 (free version) 
iTunes app store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/biblioboard-library/id613149061?mt=8 (subscriber version)
Google play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.biblioboard&hl=en (subscriber version)

Feedly (presented by Keeley Murray, Chef’s Academy)
Feedly is a tool for managing, organizing, and reading RSS feeds. Keeley shared tips for adding, organizing, and viewing blog feeds on the free (and very pretty) Feedly app.
website: http://feedly.com
iTunes app store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/feedly-your-google-reader/id396069556?mt=8
Google play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.devhd.feedly

ToutApp (presented by Nathaniel King, UNC-Chapel Hill Libraries)
ToutApp is an email tracking, template and analytics application. With ToutApp, you can know exactly what happens after you hit “Send” on your outreach emails. ToutApp gives you real-time tracking by showing who has viewed your emails and clicked on your links/attachments.
website: http://www1.toutapp.com/
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Tunes app store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/toutapp/id447007768?mt=8

 

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