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Feb 12th, 2014
11:45 AM - 12:30 PM
Oregon Ballroom Salon GH
Pacific Time
Domain: Mobile/BYOE
Session Type: Concurrent Session
UCLA strategically embraced BYOE in 2009 and has since developed a strategic mobile toolset that focuses on building an open-source framework that encourages distributed units to develop and deploy mobile browser campus services including a web-based audience response system and a mobile data collection (MDC) platform ohmage that works across all devices. Blending ohmage with MWF has resulted in MDC client apps that work for iOS, Android, and an HTML5-compliant web browser. In this session, we'll discuss strategies for bringing these and similar capabilities to a large distributed campus, including issues around technology, pedagogy, privacy, and security. This highly interactive session will include audience response exercises and live demos of both platforms.

Explore the emerging practice of MDC and how to strategically leverage a BYOE population to engage students * Gather ideas on how to get MDC pilots going at your institution * Gain an understanding of some of the technical, pedagogical, privacy, and security issues of leveraging the BYOE trend for MDC



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