Managing Mobile Devices: BYOD and Loaner Devices Webcast Recording



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As institutions increasingly leverage mobile learning, certain critical questions are emerging as to how to best manage, distribute, and maintain these mobile devices. Join us online to examine different models and determine which ones may work for you. Using several institutional examples, we’ll answer these important questions:

  • What are some institutional business models for procuring mobile devices?
  • How do you ensure quality and set standards for these devices?
  • How might management strategies differ depending on the mobile devices being used?

Who Should Attend

Information and instructional technologists, multimedia specialists, and administrators responsible for supporting mobile device activities will learn effective models for maintenance, management, and distribution of mobile devices.

Additional Resource – Duke University’s Mobile Device Loaner Program

At the time of registration, you will receive (via email) a free webcast recording detailing how Duke University started and scaled a loaner mobile device program for iPads. This free recording covers the initial pilot, short-term versus long-term checkout programs, classroom use, and student and faculty satisfaction.


  • Device provisioning
    • What activities do we intend to support?
    • Are we replacing or augmenting another service/solution?
  • Scenario one: Organization buys device and loans to student
    • Pros and cons of single platform
    • Management strategies
    • Support and replacement planning
  • Scenario two: Student buys approved device
    • Program- or campus-wide?
    • Student-Fees-Supported?
    • Bookstore or carrier as distributor/support?
  • Scenario three: BYOD
    • SWOT analysis to decisions about resources
    • Plan and go!
  • Mobile device management
  • Security vs. privacy
  • Case studies
    • One-to-one example
    • Checkout example
    • Rental example


Dale Pike, Director of Academic Technologies, Boise State University

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 joining 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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