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Let’s Mobile- ise !. Susannah Diamond, Gladson Chikwa and Stuart Hepplestone Technology Enhanced Learning Quality Enhancement and Student Success. Outline. Sharing progress about a current project Over to you! Ideas-storm and poster session Discussion about impacts on our service.

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Let’s Mobile-ise!

Susannah Diamond, GladsonChikwa and Stuart HepplestoneTechnology Enhanced LearningQuality Enhancement and Student Success


Outline

  • Sharing progress about a current project

  • Over to you! Ideas-storm and poster session

  • Discussion about impacts on our service


Orientation activity

  • Introduce yourself to your neighbours

  • Do you have a favourite mobile app?

  • Why do you like it?


Student Expectations

60%of US studentshad a smartphonein 2010

75%of SHU students have smartphonein 2011

10% of SHU students have a tabletin 2011

Irwin (2011)


Employability on the Move


Project context

Facilitating engagement withemployability opportunitiesvia mobile devices

Student

Skills

University Services

Employment Opportunities


Activity:

Let’s Mobile-ise!

Working in small groups, your task is to:

  • Decide on a service which could be enhanced through the use of mobile devices.

  • What is it that you are aiming to improve?

  • What would it look like?

  • What type of mobile functionality will be involved?

  • Would it change your role?

  • Present back your new application to everyone else in a visual way, and within one minute.


Proposals

View FAQs +/orAsk a Question

Key Service Information

Careers EventsNews Items Events Calendar Booking Facility

Careers Advisers AppointmentsBookingsand Reminders

SearchFor Jobsand Placements

Photo by nickobec on flickr


What do our students say?

" Help with finding relevant part-time jobsto fit around study"

“I think the most important thing for mewould be the ability to quickly find a pagethat was genuinely relevantto my field of work”

"A mobile app would be extremely useful, but idont think it should be overloadedwith too much information"


Mobile design options

  • Do nothing

  • Adaptive Design

  • Responsive Design

  • Web app

  • Native app

  • "Everybody’s initial thought is that they want an iPhone app, but this might not be the right solution for you."

  • Borley, 2011


Outcomes

View FAQs and/or ask a question

Key Service Information

 Careers advisersBook an appointment and receive reminders

 Careers eventsView schedule News itemsBooking facility

Search for jobs and placements


Challenges - Discuss!


Thank you for participating!

  • Susannah DiamondGladsonChikwaStuart Hepplestone

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