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Let s mobile ise

Let’s Mobile-ise!

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


  • Sharing progress about a current project

  • Over to you! Ideas-storm and poster session

  • Discussion about impacts on our service

Orientation activity
Orientation activity

  • Introduce yourself to your neighbours

  • Do you have a favourite mobile app?

  • Why do you like it?

Student expectations
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)

Project context
Project context

Facilitating engagement withemployability opportunitiesvia mobile devices



University Services

Employment Opportunities


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.


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
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
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


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

Thank you for participating
Thank you for participating!

  • Susannah DiamondGladsonChikwaStuart Hepplestone

  • https://blogs.shu.ac.uk/telteam/http://elearningatshu.wordpress.com/

  • Scan using a QR reader to view the TEL team blog