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The Wireless Librarian

Is your library wireless, or preparing to become wireless? Bill Drew has created The Wireless Librarian, and notes:

The purpose of this page is to provide a space for documenting my experiences using wireless and to provide resources for other libraries and librarians going through the wireless experience. This site so far concentrates on Wireless LANs in libraries but will be expanded if other wireless technologies start to make their way into libraries. This site does not cover cellular phone use or using cellular phones to access library resources. I will also include links to sites of interest. Images are used with permission of their owners.
The University of British Columbia has 75% wireless coverage, and hopes to be at 100% in a few months. Most of the libraries at UBC are either partially or completely wireless at this time.