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Wealth of Nations : The Future of Mobile Computing

EDUCAUSE, EDUCAUSE, 2011년 발간

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Technological Mobile Computing 없음 Recommand Global

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요약

Few concepts dominate the conversation in higher education today like mobility. Almost every college student uses a mobile device for both personal and academic reasons. Given this environment, institutions are evaluating how mobile technologies can enhance classroom activities and learning, as well as administrative functions. An enormous array of mobile devices is making its way to college campuses. The fast-changing world of technology and applications makes a case for device-agnostic mobile computing strategies, though the functionality of native apps can be compelling. To promote the most innovative uses of mobile technologies, institutions must address challenges related to security, faculty concerns, IT support, and accessibility. With tight budgets in higher education, collaboration with students and nonprofits can help colleges and universities advance a mobile computing agenda.


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+ Key Takeaways

   - Mobile phones are becoming ubiquitous  for communicating and for Internet access.

   - Connectedness and interactivity are driving adoption of mobile technologies in higher education. 

   - Mobile computing has the potential  to transform learning. 

   - Widespread innovations are resulting in creative, compelling, education-focused mobile applications. 

   - Several factors impede implementation of mobile technologies in higher education. 

   - To address privacy issues, colleges and universities must educate students and implement less

     complex security systems. 
   - Faculty are more likely to embrace mobile technologies that enable them to work smarter. 

   - Successful mobile computing strategies link with institutional goals and meet constituent needs. 

   - Despite budget shortages, colleges and universities can advance their mobile computing goals

     through collaborative activities. 

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