Take the Survey about the 2012 State of the Mobile Web in #highered to get the report!

January 10th, 2012 Karine Joly No Comments

Since the first edition of my survey about the State of the Mobile Web in higher education last year, more research about the topic has been conducted by vendors (Inigral & Stamats), organizations (Educause) and the Mobile evangelist in our industry, Dave Olsen.

As you probably know if you are a regular reader of this blog, I always try to run my surveys on a yearly basis as I’m interested in measuring how trends evolve in higher education.

That’s the main reason for this 2nd edition of the survey about the State of the Mobile Web in Higher Ed.

Whether or not your institution has a mobile web presence, please take the survey as I’m trying, like I did last year, to assess the big picture.

The survey includes a few questions about your institution as well as questions about your mobile solutions (or plans), strategy, budget, tools, vendors, budgets as well as lessons learned.

If you’re in charge of the mobile web at your institution, it should take you between 3 and 6 minutes to fill out (25 questions).

The survey is open until January 23, 2012.

Take the survey now to make sure you’ll get the results and get a chance to win a free pass to attend the Higher Ed Mobile Web Summit featuring Dave Olsen, Nick DeNardis and Stewart Foss.

Higher Ed Mobile SummitHigher Ed Mobile Summit: Winning Strategies, Top Trends and Practical Solutions
March 13, 14 & 15, 2012 (1PM – 2PM ET)

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