Monday, May 20, 2013
BYO-WHAT : The Challenges and Solutions in Supporting Mobile Devices on Campus
1. Student Perspectives - George Claffey - Charter Oak State College
2. Taking on the Challenges of Supporting Mobile Devices - Anderson and Sullivan - MIT
3. Welcome to Class, Please Take Out Your Phones - Mark Frydenberg - Bentley U
4. Wireless Decisions, Classroom Collaboration and Security Discussions - Boteldo and Stella - Regis College
University of Massachusetts Lowell Inn and Conference Center
50 Warren Street
When:9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Note: Registration starts at 7:30am
Workshop Organizer: George Claffey of Charter Oak State College and Mimi Royston of American International College
Tablets, smartphones, handhelds continue to represent new challenges and opportunities for the College and University campus environment. The rapid proliferation of devices on campus has forced us to question our mobile presence, wireless networks, and our cyber accessibility across all platforms. Simultaneously faculty and instructional technologists’ battle with pedagogical issues around teaching and learning trying to determine where this technology fits in today’s 21st century world. How are institutions fostering or addressing the arrival and student adoption of varied "smart devices?” This SIG will feature multiple presentations on the challenges and solutions being implemented at College and University campuses.
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