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Mobile and Handheld Technologies

Surfing the next Wave in campus Wi-Fi

Look around your campus and you can see why the demand for wireless is exploding: almost every student, faculty and staff member carries multiple wireless devices and use Wi-Fi as…

College’s cloud app revitalizes student advising

More and more university administrators are following advice typically found in the bathrooms of rustic B&Bs: "Too much paper clogs the pipes." It's certainly a tip that the University of…

iCE + iPad= curricular superstar

For several years now, higher ed visionaries have touted the potential of learner-centered instruction, flipped classrooms, mobile-optimized course materials, and cross-disciplinary collaboration. Now, rather than just talking about them, Thomas…

3 steps to go from BYOD to BYOA

To protect their networks and serve campus constituents effectively, IT departments are considering mobile strategies that encompass both devices AND the apps they run. While many higher-ed IT departments are still struggling to…

Do smartphones make for smart students? Profs weigh in

Googling, tweeting and texting are an integral part of Professor Andres Caiaffa's classroom’s culture. “As our student population changes, we need to change with them,” said Caiaffa, who teaches at Miami…

University gives students mobile personal assistants

Many freshmen find the freedom—and responsibilities—of college overwhelming. Loosed from tightly scheduled lives overseen by hovering parents, they lack the ability to manage their own time and can struggle as…

Study: Smartphones could cripple learning for these students

A yearlong study from researchers at Rice University and the U.S. Air Force has revealed that first-time smartphone users felt the devices actually hindered their ability to learn. The research…

An honest look into a liberal arts iPad program

Offering a realistic glimpse of what it’s like to try and use mobile technology in undergraduate and graduate courses in higher education, one rural, liberal arts college says the only…

Moving past the myths of mobile learning

By now, educators are familiar with the term mLearning, having experienced its rush in classroom popularity starting as early as 2000. But two researchers say it’s now imperative that educators…

3 ways to bring online learning back to life

Is educating students online looking more and more like a scene from “The Walking Dead?” More specifically, is online learning becoming a lifeless learning model, devoid of human interaction and…

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