The following shows the increase of mobile usage on our website. The time period starts from the 1st August (traditionally used as the start of an academic year) to the current date, and compares this with the same period as last year.

Catalogue

 

Mobile visits

Percentage of total visits

Aug 1 – Oct 26 2012

7,212

6.87%

Aug 1 – Oct 26 2011

1,942

2.17%

Percentage difference

271%

 

 

Metalib Electronic Library

 

Mobile visits

Percentage of total visits

Aug 1 – Oct 26 2012

215

2.52%

Aug 1 – Oct 26 2011

48

0.66%

Percentage difference

347%

 

 

Library website

 

Mobile visits

Percentage of total visits

Aug 1 – Oct 26 2012

6,688

5%

Aug 1 – Oct 26 2011

1,684

2%

Percentage difference

297%

 

 

Aspire Reading Lists

 

Mobile visits

Percentage of total visits

Aug 1 – Oct 26 2012

1,832

5.83%

Aug 1 – Oct 26 2011

380

1.82%

Percentage difference

382%

 

 

Lib Guides

 

Mobile visits

Percentage of total visits

Aug 1 – Oct 26 2012

798

4.38%

Aug 1 – Oct 26 2011

256

1.39%

Percentage difference

211%

 

 

SFX (Online Journals)

 

Mobile visits

Percentage of total visits

Aug 1 – Oct 26 2012

1,273

2.13%

Aug 1 – Oct 26 2011

319

0.53%

Percentage difference

299%

 

CalmView Special Collections Catalogue

 

Mobile visits

Percentage of total visits

Aug 1 – Oct 26 2012

152

5.18%

Aug 1 – Oct 26 2011

91

2.67%

Percentage difference

67%

 

 

SRO

 

Mobile visits

Percentage of total visits

Aug 1 – Oct 26 2012

1,372

4.69%

Aug 1 – Oct 26 2011

83

2.30%

Percentage difference

1,553%

 

 

Devices

Devices used to access the Library Catalogue from 1 Aug – 26 Oct 2012

 

Device

Visits

1

Apple iPhone

2,702

2

Apple iPad

2,665

3

Samsung GT-I9100 Galaxy S II

5,49

4

SonyEricsson LT15i Xperia Arc

159

5

Apple iPod Touch

134

6

Samsung GT-S5830 Galaxy Ace

118

7

Samsung GT-I9300 Galaxy SIII

159

8

Samsung GT-N7000 Galaxy Note

134

9

HTC Desire

118

10

RIM BlackBerry Bold Touch 9900 Dakota

59

5,536 visits were from iOS devices, 1,440 were from Android systems and 202 were from BlackBerry. 

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