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Mobile Planning True Mobile devices are everywhere on cam…

Progress in Meeting Demand for Mobile IT
September 19, 2013

Higher education increasingly provides mobile access to a range of services, apps, and websites, resulting in on-the-go convenience, efficiency, and greater end-user satisfaction. Students, f…

Formal Planning Optimizes BYOE Opportunities: University of Florida
June 3, 2013

“Bring your own everything” ( BYOE ) represents more than people using their own devices on campus and upgrading the i nstitution’s wireless network accordingly. It is a convergenc…

What Does BYOE Mean for IT?: IT Leader Roundtable
May 15, 2013

The bring-your-own-everything (BYOE) phenomenon continues to gain momentum as more students, faculty, and staff use personal devices and services on campus. The person who previously brou…

Leading a Multiple Project Mobile Learning Initiative: The Approach at Boise State University
April 9, 2013

Many colleges and universities have launched wide-ranging, device-specific mobile initiatives or invested substantial resources to make services mobile friendly in a platform-neutral manner…

Developing a Campus Mobile Strategy: Guidelines, Tools, and Best Practices
January 24, 2013

This guide from the ACTI Mobile Web Frameworks Working Group helps walk you through the steps of: Making the Case for Mobility, Thinking Through a Mobility Strategy, Developing Institutional …

BYOD and Consumerization of IT in Higher Education Research, 2013
March 25, 2013

Key Findings "For BYOE, the most important aspects of IT infrastructure are middle components…the commodities that bridge users, their devices, and their consumer-level applications to …

Adventures in Mobility
July 18, 2012

Kathy Gates is CIO at the University of Mississippi. Key Takeaways Mobility is just the latest transformative technology to grab the attention of higher edu…

Mobile Essentials for Faculty
April 2, 2014 | A session at the ELI 2014 Online Spring Focus Session - Faculty Engagement and Development

This session will introduce you to UCFs mobile learning professional development course. The course was derived from the results of the 2012 Mobile/E-Textbook Survey, which indicated that while t…

Mobility at Ole Miss: An Evolving Strategy
December 7, 2011

Those who work in a university setting are aware of mobile devices and their potential for enhancing campus life. In response, vendors are offering mobility solutions that claim they can address…