The second installment of the Mobile Computing Task Force’s “Mobile Movers and Shakers” series features an interview with Kim Sikes, associate director of the Center for the Application of Information Technologies (CAIT) at Western Illinois University. CAIT recently launched the WIU Mobile app (April 18), which can be downloaded free from the Apple iTunes App Store and the Android Market.
Hear how the app came about, watch a brief demo showing how the app works, and learn how you can provide feedback for future versions of the app via Kim’s interview on YouTube.
You can also read about WIU’s Mobile app at wiu.edu/wiumobile/.
Ranging from instructional uses of laptops in and out of the classroom via the Department of Broadcasting’s Laptop Program, to apps utilized by faculty and staff for instructional and information-distribution purposes, to how QR codes and mobi tags are keeping WIU students in the know—and with more to come in the future—this series will highlight the mobile computing and learning efforts of those who serve on the Mobile Computing Task Force and beyond at Western.
The first installment in the series is a brief video by broadcasting major and student member of the MCTF Daniel Kruzel. Check it out below…
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