OIT and Hammes Hub have partnered to present new and interesting topics about mobile technology on campus. Held monthly in the Hammes Hub at the Hammes Bookstore, each session focuses on a different aspect of mobile technology use at Notre Dame and shares the difference it has made in scholarship, research, productivity or communication.…
Mobile is here, and Notre Dame is mobile.
Thank you to everyone who attended the 2013 Mobile Summit! All information and downloads from the Summit are now available.
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.
The 2013 Notre Dame Mobile Summit was held Friday, October 11th at the Law School and the Morris Inn, hosting over 200 students, staff, faculty and vendors around this central question: “How can the University achieve its goals using mobile?”
The morning began with opening remarks by Matt Willmore, mobileND Program Manager, on mobile initiatives already in progress. A campus mobile app project is underway and the Mobile Device Lab…
On February 24, Notre Dame hosted a Mobile Summit at Jordan Auditorium in the Mendoza College of Business. Events included a brainstorming session and discussions about how Notre Dame can use mobile phone and tablet applications to help teaching, learning, research and university services.
Preeminent Research ON Mobile through Pervasive Education, Research, and Operations WITH Mobile – J. Nicholas Laneman
Founding Director, Wireless Institute and Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering
A Student Perspective – Yiting Zheng
Director of the Department of Campus Technology – Student Government
Being Part of the Mobile Revolution – Christian Poellabauer
Associate Professor, Computer Science and Engineering
Oh, the Mobile You’ll Know! – Chas Grundy
Notre Dame Family and Digital Strategist, Department of Development
Mobile in Higher Education and at Notre Dame
Paul Turner, Manager Academic Technologies, Office of Information Technologies
Erik Runyon, Manager of Interactive Development, Marketing Communications: Web Group
The Road Forward – Ron Kraemer, Vice President and Chief Information Officer
The University of Notre Dame Mobile Summit 2012 Wrap-up – Jon Crutchfield, Program Manager for mobileND