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Mobile Access to All Things Academic. Presented by Mark Jones Chief Client Officer Datatel. Session Syllabus. Get your attention, educate, entertain and translate Convince you that you need a mobile strategy for your campus – for the right reasons

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Mobile access to all things academic

Mobile Access to All Things Academic

Presented by Mark Jones Chief Client Officer Datatel


Session syllabus

Session Syllabus

  • Get your attention, educate, entertain and translate

  • Convince you that you need a mobile strategy for your campus – for the right reasons

  • Use real world example to illustrate the “art of the possible”

American Association of Community Colleges


Gratuitous attention grabbing video

Gratuitous Attention Grabbing Video

Cool Video

American Association of Community Colleges


Mobile access to all things academic

2010

500

3rd

500,000,000

American Association of Community Colleges


Top websites for college students

Top Websites for College Students


After web mobile device is weapon of choice

After Web, Mobile Device is “Weapon of Choice”

  • Over 99.7% of students have a mobile device.

  • Spring 2010 - National rollout of Android OS. Verizon ran TV ad campaign promoting a $79.99 smart phone with a second one for free.

  • February 2011 - Verizon (see below) promoting two LG Vortex smart phones for $49.99. (37.5% decrease from previous example.)

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


Quick start guide to texting

Quick Start Guide to “Texting”

  • OMG – Oh my Gawd!

  • BFF – Best Friend Forever

  • LOL – Laughing Out Loud

  • BRB – Be Right Back

  • G2G – Got To Go

  • CUL8R – See You Later

  • 2EZ – Too Easy

  • 2MORO – Tomorrow

  • TMI – Too Much Information

  • 2NITE – Tonight

  • 4EVER - Forever

TxtUL8R – Text You Later

NUFF – Enough

<3 – Heart

BFN – Bye For Now

CMU – Crack Me Up

CUNS – See You In School

CYE – Check Your Email

DEGT – Don’t Even Go There

PAW – Parents Are Watching

Cryn – Crayon or Cryin(g)

American Association of Community Colleges


Mobile devices not just for social

Mobile Devices Not Just For Social

eLearning

Campus Connection

Key contacts

Important numbers

Notices/alerts

Maps

Course Status

Course Information

Events

  • Course information

  • Faculty interaction

  • Peer interaction

  • Lecture replay (mp3/video)

American Association of Community Colleges


U s education the challenge

U.S. Education: The Challenge

  • The challenge for our education system is to leverage the learning sciences and modern technology to create engaging, relevant, and personalized learning experiences for all learners that mirror students’ daily lives and the reality of their futures.

  • Source: Transforming American Education: Learning Powered by Technology;

  • National Educational Technology Plan 2010; March 5, 2010;

  • Office of Educational Technology, U.S. Department of Education

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


Students expect it

Students Expect It

  • “Our students, faculty, and staff really like having mobile access. In fact, today’s students expect it, and if it’s not available, that’s a detractor.”

  • Lee ColawChief Information OfficerAmarillo College

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


The life of a professor

The Life of A Professor

  • Pre-1998


The life of a professor today

The Life of A Professor – Today

  • Today


Cool factor vs essential tool

Cool Factor Vs. Essential Tool

  • What are keys to persistence on your campus

    • People and process

    • Technology (retention alert systems)

    • Engagement (how do you define/measure)

    • Right information, right time

    • Creating a safety net/support infrastructure

    • Making it easier to do “business” with your campus

    • Student focused vs. staff focused

American Association of Community Colleges


An illustration datatel mobile access mox

An Illustration: Datatel Mobile Access (MOX)

  • Datatel MOX is multi-device, fully integrated mobile app for prospective students, students, faculty, staff, and alumni that surfaces key administrative and learning data for on the go consumption

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


Mox at amarillo college

MOX at Amarillo College

  • “Community college students are perceived as lacking in computers and laptops and things of that nature, but if you look at your audience, they all have smart phones. That’s when I realized we needed a mobile app.”

  • Lee ColawChief Information OfficerAmarillo College

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


Important numbers

Important Numbers

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


Mobile access to all things academic

Maps

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


Maps multiple campuses

Maps: Multiple Campuses

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


Mobile access to all things academic

Maps

  • “Administrators use the directory functionality frequently. We’re growing to three campuses and people change offices a lot. So the fact that they can head out to an office in another building and then use MOX as a guide is great.”

  • Matthew RomeoDirector of University Applications Quinnipiac University

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


Mobile access to all things academic

Info

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


Events

Events

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


Mobile access to all things academic

News

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


My card

My Card

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


Friends

Friends

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


Notifications

Notifications

  • “Our business office loves the notifications, that students can see if their bill is due or that they haven’t completed their medical form. We use that heavily.”

  • Janice WachtarzAssoc VP of University ApplicationsQuinnipiac University

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


Notifications1

Notifications

  • Job responsibilities

  • Company message

  • Competitors

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


Courses

Courses

  • “I use the courses tool the most to see if any of my friends are in my class.... When you have a question that you want to ask a classmate, you can easily access the roster and email your question. This came in handy when a teacher didn’t post an assignment, and I was able to ask a classmate about it.”

  • Emily Morgan - Print Journalism studentClass of 2011Quinnipiac University

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


Courses1

Courses

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


Directory

Directory

  • “I hate going online to find telephone numbers so I love the directory.”

  • Emily MorganPrint Journalism StudentQuinnipiac UniversityClass of 2011

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


The future of mox at amarillo

The Future of MOX at Amarillo

  • MOX will be the user interface of choice

  • MOX will provide classroom collaboration

  • -Discussion forums, wikis, and blogs

  • -Chat presentations

  • MOX will perform transactions

  • -Registration and Waitlisted Class Alerts

  • -Time Entry and Bill Pay

  • MOX will provide streaming audio/video

  • Self-guided admissions tours

  • Menus, bookstore sales and bus schedules

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


Kudos

Kudos

  • “Datatel MOX includes everything that a prospect, current student, or alum would go to our website for when using a mobile device...phone number, directions, a map...and RSS feeds are great to keep you in the loop – that’s just one more avenue to deliver this information by.”

  • Stacy Dean Britt Executive Director, Web Development Saint Xavier University

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


Kudos1

Kudos

  • “It was really easy to implement, and it satisfied people’s needs. We haven’t encountered resistance or needed an increase in support. In IT, when things are working as they should, the phones are quiet. With the MOX implementation, it’s been very quiet.”

  • Aaron CowderyDirector of Administrative ServicesMarietta College

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


Questions

Questions???

American Association of Community Colleges

Annual Convention, April 9-12, 2011, New Orleans


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