According to a message sent to members of the m-libraries Facebook page, the Third International M-Libraries conference will be held sometime in March, 2011 in Brisbane, Australia. No more details than that at this time.
Also included in that message was the following announcement:
John Burger, from the Association of Southeastern Research Libraries in the U.S. is planning to run a series of webinars on mobile service developments. He is looking for presenters – see his message below:
If you have developed a customized website or a service designed for delivery via smart phones – or have one under development -- we’d like to hear from you! Please describe your mobile service(s) via the form below so we can arrange to include your information in an upcoming “show-and-tell” style webinar.
Note that ASERL handles all the logistics of the webinars – we are seeking presenters to provide the content. Typically these are brief overviews/demonstrations (10 – 15 minutes each) so participants can get a basic understanding of the service and have contact information for follow-up questions. We’ll schedule each webinar at a time that is convenient for the presenter.