Foreword by Ellyssa Kroski Preface Acknowledgments Chapter One: An Introduction to Responsive Web Design Chapter Two: Getting Started With Responsive Web Design Chapter Three: Tools and Applications Chapter Four: Library Examples and Case Studies Chapter Five: Step-by-Step Library Projects for Responsive Web Design Chapter Six: Tips and Tricks Chapter Seven: Future Trends Chapter Eight: Recommended Reading Index About the Author
Jason A. Clark is the Head of Library Informatics & Computing where he builds and directs the digital branch of the Montana State University (MSU) Library. In his work, he has focused on semantic web development, digital library development, metadata and data modeling, web services and APIs, search engine optimization, and interface design. Before coming to MSU in 2005, Jason became interested in the intersection between libraries and technology while working as a web developer for the Division of Information Technology at the University of Wisconsin. After two years, he moved on to the web services department at Williams College Libraries.
I enthusiastically recommend the Library Technology Essentials series. Many libraries will want to invest in the entire set as a professional development resource since they will inevitably face some degree of involvement with each of the volume topics. Library technologists will want one of these books at their side as they launch new projects or initiatives. Ellyssa Kroski has shepherded a collection that makes an important contribution to the professional practice of library technology. -- Marshall Breeding, Independent Consultant, Speaker, and Author; editor Library Technology Guide editor, Computers in Libraries columnist, and Smart Libraries Newsletter editor