Every year, each incoming freshman is required to attend a 30-minute Information Security session as part of Orientation. The main goals of this session are to educate students on strong passwords, phishing attacks and the like, but it’s also a great opportunity to ask a captive audience questions about technology.
Mobile is here, and Notre Dame is mobile.
The ND Mobile app has arrived!
Notre Dame has released the ND Mobile app on iOS, Android and at m.nd.edu.
Notre Dame has developed the mobileND program to implement foundational infrastructure enhancements, systems and processes that will enable mobile technology development, collaboration, and sharing of best practices. Ongoing conversations with faculty, staff, and students have identified how Notre Dame can use mobile and tablet applications to strengthen teaching, learning, research, and University services. We continue to work with other universities, research firms, and mobile technology vendors to identify the right places and the right ways to invest our resources.
Stay tuned to this site as we continue to share information on the mobileND program and how Notre Dame is working to give everyone the best possible mobile experience.
Saturday, October 4, 2014
Come check out the developers of the future! This event will highlight the growing interest among Notre Dame students to develop software for ND and the general public. Student ingenuity in this area will be showcased throughout the event.…
Monday, October 6, 2014
This is an opportunity for anyone to visit the Academic Technologies Lab and explore emerging technologies being researched at Notre Dame. Featured technologies include 3D printing, lightboards, a mobile development lab, and Leap Motion controllers. There will be free cookies for all who stop by!…