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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Chair ACTI – MWF (UCLA)
Promoting strategic mobile cooperation across higher education institutions.
Large R1s, Small public Institutions, private institutions
Kennesaw State UniversityChristopher Ward, Assistant Director of Web ServicesAmos Williams III, Mobile Developer
Serge J. Goldstein, Associate CIO & Director of Academic Services
Lori Tirpak, Director Enterprise Systems
MojganAmini, User Experience Technologies & Middleware
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
Phillip Berres, Software Engineer
Penn State University
Vijay K. Agarwala, Senior Director, Research Computing & Cyberinfrastructure
Mark Katsouros, Director, Network Planning & Integration, TNS
Participants from11 HE Institutions
Google Docs collaborative Tools
Presented at the Annual Conference
Critical component: TheStaff Support of Karen Wetzel
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
Application Development ------ (MSAD)
The mission of ACTI-MSAD is to develop and promote collaborative mobile strategies across higher education institutions by:
Planning and Designing an ACTI-MSAD Responsive Design Workshop for Educause
manageable categories (i.e. Internal Users, External Users)
Separate application code from data.
Identify the definitive data sources and their owners.
Make data owners comfortable with making their data available.