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1 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Mobile, Mobile Everywhere and Not a Policy in Site

2 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Framingham State University Framingham MA (20 miles west of Boston) Public- 4 year Total enrollment 6,415 Undergraduate 4, students are residential Required laptop program

3 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Mobile presence Teaching & Learning iPad Pilot Strategies Next Steps Task Force creation Where to start Categories Procurement Support

4 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 What specific mobile devices will the university procure, service, inventory and support; for what reasons and how? Device What are the prioritized preferences among students for co-curricular mobile applications which enhance the university experience and supports student success? Preference of students What are the unique educational affordances that mobile devices offer, that have specific application for potential use within the learning environments at FSU over the next 18 months? Educational Affordance

5 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Any portable technology running an operating system optimized or designed for mobile computing. Wikipedia: A mobile device (also known as a handheld device, handheld computer or simply handheld) is a small, hand-held computing device, typically having a display screen with touch input and/or a miniature keyboard and less than 2 pounds. What is a mobile device?

6 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Mobile TabletsSmartphones eReaders What are the different types of devices?

7 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Our Mobile Footprint Teaching and Learning Environment Operations: Policy, Procedure and Support Mobile

8 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Operations: Charge Hardware procurement Software/Apps procurement Asset trackingManagement Information security Support

9 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Apple iOS (iPad)Android (Lenovo)eReaders All models University Purchasing Recommendations

10 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Procurement of Hardware Request funding of device through department Use of professional development or start up funds Apply for funding through a proposed one time technology innovation fund through the Teaching and Technology Grant Program

11 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Apple iOS Volume Licensing Program OR Procurement of Software (apps)

12 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, Apple iOS Mobile Device Loan Agreement Must use a FSU iTunes account Upon leaving the University they will no longer use the app and will delete it from their iTunes library Tracking, Inventory and Compliance

13 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Lenovo (Android) OR Custom image FSU app store Procurement of Software (apps)

14 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Mobile Device Loan Agreement Upon leaving the University they will no longer use the app and will delete it from their library. Lenovo (Android) Tracking, Inventory and Compliance

15 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 eReaders

16 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 List of Recommended Apps Enterprise account set up Assist with purchasing apps Wireless configuration configuration Calendar/ contacts configuration Apple iOS device Lenovo (Android) Blackberry Kindle (web) Kindle Fire * * Nook Nook Tablet * * Windows Mobile * testing required Support

17 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Section Title Mobile Web Presence

18 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 FSU Goes Mobile

19 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Graphic Source: Teaching and Learning

20 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Teaching and Learning: Charge Potential within Learning Environment Unique Educational Affordances

21 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Mobile = Anytime

22 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 You cant stuff a Classroom into a Mobile Device.

23 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Mobile devices should not be seen as replacement PC/laptop alternatives

24 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 eText

25 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Student Perceptions: Observations Benefits AY iPad Study

26 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Boundless Opportunities

27 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Define Mobile Scope Adopt Policies Review Infrastructure Optimize Mobile Presence Strengthen Security Policy Implementation Strategy

28 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Create Professional Development Opportunities Provide a Forum for discussion Leverage e-Text Solutions Engage the Community Leverage Learning Environment

29 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 Increase co-curricular online services Encourage and support pedagogical experimentation Conduct pilot projects beyond the classroom Extend research efforts to better inform campus wide solutions Next Steps

30 Mobile Technologies at FSU NERCOMP May 10, 2012 NERCOMP Evaluation: bit.ly/nercomp_mobilecampus Thank you! Contact Us: Robin Robinson and Deborah Saks


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