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This group has been created to explore all things mobile as they relate to higher ed

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Latest Activity: May 14, 2015

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The following resources might help you as you research mobile in higher ed:


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Mobile Web Development
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Got questions about anything mobile (SMS, location services, native apps)? Feel free to drop a note in the discussion forum.

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Conference Mobile App

We are hosting a large conference in 2016 and looking for a simple mobile app to use, we don't have time to build one in house. Just something with venue info and sessions as a base. Does anyone have…Continue

Started by Ronna Johnston May 14, 2015.

Admissions First Mobile Sites? 6 Replies

Anyone have examples of .edu mobile sites that are targeted to the prospective student audience.  I am working on a white paper which I will share when it's complete.Continue

Started by David Marshall. Last reply by David Marshall Aug 28, 2012.

Mobile Website Vendors 4 Replies

Our university is looking for a vendor to help us develop a mobile site (not app), preferably one that is compatible with dotCMS. Any recommendations?

Started by Todd Pousley. Last reply by Michael Fienen Apr 25, 2012.

Mobile E-mail

I've started rethinking my approach to HTML e-mails in light of the impact of mobile devices (that new iPhone 4S I got for Christmas definitely helped). I've started some research and experimentation…Continue

Started by Paul Dempsey Jan 11, 2012.

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Comment by Jonathan Gabriel on September 28, 2010 at 9:40am
A good question, and I think something that is still being hashed out. Trent Walton's blog posting sheds some light on the current discussion of :hover and the mobile space:

http://trentwalton.com/2010/07/05/non-hover/
Comment by Michael A. Smith on September 27, 2010 at 11:51pm
So many traditional UIs depend on :hover as the cue to show some content or navigation. But :hover loses context on touchscreens. As touchscreens become more popular, particularly on mobile platforms, what will take :hover's place?
 

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