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Learnmore for Mobile is a project run at City University London. It's creating an infrastructure to deliver the valuable Learnmore resources for City University's law students on the go.

Learnmore Mobile App

The project will develop the Learnmore Mobile Application using a user-centred design process. 

Building on the current ‘desktop’ Learnmore content, the interface and content will be tailored to the actual needs of students using mobile devices, with considerations including the preferred media, topic and content size for mobile consumption. 

These criteria will be identified through data of user behaviour, and the project will produce a transferrable mobile interface for domain-specific collections, a set of matching user-centred design practices and guidelines, and a content management strategy for developing mobile content and adapting other content for mobile use.

Project Staff

Dr. George Buchanan - Centre for Human-Computer Interaction Design
Sanmeet Kaur Dua - City Law School 
Emily Allbon (law subject librarian) - City University's Main Library.
Start date
1 November 2011
End date
1 August 2012
Funding programme
Digital infrastructure: Information and library infrastructure programme
Information and library infrastructure: Emerging opportunities
Project website
Lead institutions

City University, London