The Regional Automation Consortium, TRAC, is seeking information on how users access the library catalogue, TRACpac, on mobile devices. The TRACpac app is no longer being supported and the catalogue’s website TRACpac.ab.ca is now optimized for your device's web browser. Please take 2-5 minutes to tell TRAC which features you use when visiting the catalogue on your device. Your responses will impact future mobile initiatives.

Have you visited TRACpac.ab.ca on your mobile device or tablet in 2018?

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* 1. Have you visited TRACpac.ab.ca on your mobile device or tablet in 2018?

Are you more inclined to use the TRACpac website or a TRACpac app?

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* 2. Are you more inclined to use the TRACpac website or a TRACpac app?

In addition to being able to search the catalogue, place holds, and renew items, when I access TRACpac on my mobile device, the features I like to use are ... (rank from 1 to 4, with 1 being the most important to you)

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* 3. In addition to being able to search the catalogue, place holds, and renew items, when I access TRACpac on my mobile device, the features I like to use are ... (rank from 1 to 4, with 1 being the most important to you)

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Scannable library barcode
Scanning ISBNs
Library information (phone number, hours, location)
View eResources
Do you have any additional comments/thoughts in regards to mobile access to TRACpac?

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* 4. Do you have any additional comments/thoughts in regards to mobile access to TRACpac?

Did you know that TRACpac.ab.ca is now totally mobile friendly? You can easily create an icon shortcut to the mobile site to access it like an app. You can find instructions on how to do so here.

You can also store your library barcode on your phone with apps like Stocard or Key Ring, or by taking a picture and saving it to your phone's photo gallery.

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