Dr. Zvjezdana Dukic holds a PhD in Library and Information Science from the University of Zagreb, Croatia. She worked in academic, special and school libraries in Croatia, United Kingdom and Hong Kong. She also taught courses in the area of library and information management at The University of Hong Kong. Presently she is a part-time lecturer at the Department of Information Sciences, University of Zagreb. Her research interests focus on application of new technologies in library services and users’ education. She has been giving presentations in many international conferences, published papers in international journals and also received several international awards for her work in school libraries in Hong Kong.
Mrs. Annie Tam holds a MEd from the University of Melbourne and MEd (Teacher Librarianship) from the Charles Sturt University. She worked in schools and libraries in Singapore and Hong Kong for over 15 years. She is now the Head Librarian of Secondary of The ISF Academy in Hong Kong.
This comparative study, by Dukic and Tam, explores the role of mobile technologies in school librarians’ daily work, professional learning and development in Australian, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom.