Get your campus thinking about the possibilities for recruitment, fundraising, and student engagement presented by today’s mobile technology.
One only has to look to iPhone and iPad sales, the intellectual property battles between mobile device makers, and the fervor that new product launches generate to know that mobile technologies are a big market and are here to stay.
The time for your campus to act is now. Mobile technologies and applications will continue to evolve, but so too must your understanding of them in order to generate real and valuable results - whether those results are measured in student enrollment, student learning, or alumni giving.
Join us for this free webcast to learn about the unique capabilities of mobile devices. You will hear examples of how several institutions have used mobile devices to achieve positive outcomes in recruitment, teaching and learning, and alumni relations. You will have the opportunity to ask our expert panel your most pressing questions.
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Using Mobile Devices to Transform Teaching and Learning
January 30 - February 1, 2013 :: Boston, MA
Through a combination of lecture and working sessions, you’ll leave this event with a new understanding of how mobile technology can transform teaching and learning, strengthen classroom instruction, and move your institution toward an “anytime and anywhere” approach to education
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Our panelists will:
At OSU, Ted leads a team providing expertise in all areas of communication technology including web, mobile, social media, electronic communications, digital content creation, and digital/interactive strategy in support of university advancement goals and Ohio State’s mission. Hattemer has led web and digital communications at Ohio State since 1999 and has worked in higher education communications since 1993. Ted has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Ohio State and is a frequent presenter for the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, District Five.
Dale’s current responsibilities include the coordination of technology-based tools and environments that are used for instruction, support of faculty professional development in the use of these tools to improve student learning, and leading a strategic project to extend Boise State's Mobile Learning Initiative. Prior to moving to Boise State, Dale was the associate dean for Instructional and Information Technology in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
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