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Leading a Multiple Project Mobile Learning Initiative: The Approach at Boise State University
EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research (ECAR), Research Bulletins
  • Susan E. Shadle, Boise State University
  • Ross A. Perkins, Boise State University
  • Doug J. Lincoln, Boise State University
  • Michael J. Humphrey, Boise State University
  • R. Eric Landrum, Boise State University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
4-9-2013
Abstract
Many colleges and universities have launched wide-ranging, device-specific mobile initiatives or invested substantial resources to make services mobile friendly in a platform-neutral manner. For others, a more measured approach toward integration of mobile devices can be a reasonable and pragmatic way forward. Faculty and staff from a number of units within Boise State University convened in Fall 2010 to develop a series of specific recommendations that would allow for the development of one or more innovative, technology-based projects across campus. In 2011, the task force submitted a proposal titled “Mobile-Learning for Boise State: A Proposal to Catalyze Transformation in Teaching and Learning.” This bulletin describes a number of projects that have emerged from the mobile learning initiative.
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Citation Information
Susan E. Shadle, Ross A. Perkins, Doug J. Lincoln, Michael J. Humphrey, et al.. "Leading a Multiple Project Mobile Learning Initiative: The Approach at Boise State University" EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research (ECAR), Research Bulletins (2013)
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