If you work on a campus, you know that mobile has now become a top priority in higher education.
Whether you have already implemented a mobile solution alone or with a vendor, it’s always smart to (re)assess best practices in higher education. Helping you in this process is the main goal of the Higher Ed Mobile Summit, a 3-webinar series scheduled on March 13, 14 & 15, 2012.
Next week, in just 3 hours (1 hour on 3 consecutive days because I know how precious time can be these days), you can learn all you need to know to make the right mobile choices for your institution:
- Why and how to design your mobile strategy
- The state of the mobile web in higher ed
- Top design trends in mobile solution designs
- How to use existing mobile frameworks to speed up your development process
And, don’t worry if you can’t attend the live sessions as we always record the presentations and the recordings are included in the $350 registration fee of the summit.
I put together an ALL-STAR team for next week’s summit:
- Dave Olsen (West Virginia University) who has presented about mobile strategy at many conferences in higher education – and elsewhere
- Stewart Foss (eduStyle & eduStyle Awards) who is well-known for his broad expertise on higher ed design trends
- Nick DeNardis (EDU Checkup and Wayne State University) who has implemented the full gamut of mobile web solutions at his institutions
After attending the rehearsals of the 3 sessions last week, I can tell you that these 3 musketeers of the higher ed mobile web have put together really great and insightful presentations, doing the legwork for you so you can get started very quickly, check you’re on the right path or just make sure everybody on campus is on board.
Here’s just a very short excerpt of Stewart’s session on top design trends:
By popular demand, I decided to postpone the registration deadline to this Friday (March 9, 2012). However, since there are only a few seats left, it’s a good idea to register as soon as possible at www.higheredexperts.com/mobile