EDUCAUSE Presents: Mobile Computing (April 25-29, 2011)

EDUCAUSE is holding a “5-Day Sprint” of daily web seminars about Mobile Computing at the end of April. If you are unable to attend the live web seminars, recordings will be made available on the EDUCAUSE web site following the events.

—From EDUCAUSE—
This free, weeklong experience allows you to choose from a wide range of scheduled events and asynchronous activities. Take part in daily web seminars, discussions, and other happenings to explore mobile computing and what it means for higher education.

Each day will be dedicated to a different theme related to mobile computing. Come and go at your leisure as you take part in the daily activities that interest you most.

Daily Themes

Monday: The Future of Mobile Computing
Hear how the community is framing and contextualizing the depth and breadth of what mobile computing means on campus, setting the stage for a week of rich and dynamic discussion.

Tuesday: Teaching and Learning
Join us as we discuss the learning that is—or could be—enabled by mobile technology.

Wednesday: Mobile Enterprise Integration
Engage in the conversation about how to plan for a fully integrated mobile experience for faculty, staff, and students.

Thursday: Security, Privacy, and Policy
Bring your experiences and ideas as we examine the current state of mobile security, anticipate what’s coming, and explore effective practices.

Friday: Mobile Infrastructure
Come together as we touch on the wide range of hardware, software, and network infrastructure components necessary to make mobile computing an effective addition to campus services.

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