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Rose Rocchio, Chair ACTI – MWF (UCLA). Promoting strategic mobile cooperation across higher education institutions . Large R1s, Small public Institutions, private institutions Geographic diversity. ACTI-MWF Participants.

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rose rocchio chair acti mwf ucla
Rose Rocchio,

Chair ACTI – MWF (UCLA)

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Promoting strategic mobile cooperation across higher education institutions.

Large R1s, Small public Institutions, private institutions

Geographic diversity

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UCLARose Rocchio, Director of Educational & Collaborative Technologies

Kennesaw State UniversityChristopher Ward, Assistant Director of Web ServicesAmos Williams III, Mobile Developer

Princeton

Serge J. Goldstein, Associate CIO & Director of Academic Services

Oakland University

Lori Tirpak, Director Enterprise Systems

UCSD

MojganAmini, User Experience Technologies & Middleware

Dickinson College

Jill Forrester, Associate Vice President

Carnegie Mellon University

Mary Ann Blair, Director of Information Security

North Dakota State UniversityJill Eleanor Peterson, Database Applications Developer, Department Enterprise Computing & Infrastructure

University of Chicago

Alan Takaoka, Manager of Programming, Web Services, ITS

USC

Phillip Berres, Software Engineer

Penn State University

Vijay K. Agarwala, Senior Director, Research Computing & Cyberinfrastructure

Mark Katsouros, Director, Network Planning & Integration, TNS

ACTI-MWF Participants

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The ACTI-MWF Experience:

Participants from11 HE Institutions

Biweekly meetings

Google Docs collaborative Tools

Presented at the Annual Conference

Critical component: TheStaff Support of Karen Wetzel

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Collaborated to create:

A step by step guide to effective

strategic methods and recommendations for developing a prioritized and phased

MOBILE STRATEGY & Roadmap

The Mobile Web Framework Guide

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ACTI-MWF GOALS:

  • Develop a strategic mobile framework guide & evaluation method
  • Share strategies to mobile-enable an institution
  • Monitor evolution of mobile technologies

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Mobile Strategy &

Application Development ------ (MSAD)

  • Rose Rocchio, Chair ACTI–MSAD (UCLA)
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The mission of ACTI-MSAD is to develop and promote collaborative mobile strategies across higher education institutions by:

  • Identifying, sharing strategies for device-agnostic HE
  • Leveraging mobile devices for Faculty, Staff & Students
  • Sharing mobile tools for Teaching, Learning & Research

ACTI-MSAD MISSION:

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New Areas of focus:

  • Responsive Web Design
  • Mobile Data Collection & Vis
  • Integration with SIS & LMS ( IMS )
  • Mobile Tool Registry
  • Mobile UX and Accessibility
  • Mobile HE Benchmarking
  • Mobile Development Frameworks

And More…

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Responsive Design Workshop

Planning and Designing an ACTI-MSAD Responsive Design Workshop for Educause

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Group your audience types into

manageable categories (i.e. Internal Users, External Users)

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Data Planning

Separate application code from data.

Identify the definitive data sources and their owners.

Make data owners comfortable with making their data available.