Tag Archive | "Mobile"

#heweb10 - CSS for Mobile Devices

#heweb10 – CSS for Mobile Devices

CSS for Mobile Devices & Presenting Content to iPhone TPR Track / 8:30 AM / Monday Justin Gatewood, Victor Valley College

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Mobile PittState - How We Did It With No Money or Resources

Mobile PittState – How We Did It With No Money or Resources

I promised a followup to the mobile site roundup, and by jimminy I deliver. If you follow me on Twitter, you’ve probably caught wind of the release of Pittsburg State University’s new mobile web site. This has been a big step for us for a number of reasons. Our deployment isn’t perfect, we aren’t as [...]

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Best of the Mobile Higher Ed Web

Best of the Mobile Higher Ed Web

One by one, colleges and universities are taking the next step in web development and moving towards addressing mobile needs. The mobile based web has already begun its move to create another technological generation. In this way, the Internet (as a proper noun), has truly become a force of nature. Its ubiquitous nature is an [...]

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Reflections on Stamats SIM Tech

I’m going to spend the next few days at the American Marketing Associations Symposium on the Marketing of Higher Education, live blogging when I can, but first I wanted to post an update from SIM Tech.

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Mobile Analytics Revisited (Have You Been Keeping Up?)

Mobile Analytics Revisited (Have You Been Keeping Up?)

This past March, I wrote a tutorial that described some techniques of measuring mobile traffic in Google Analytics.  Believe it or not, you can’t just set that kind of stuff and forget it.  In just the eight months since then, the topography of the mobile landscape has changed, and I wanted to share some changes [...]

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Review: MobileEducator iPhone Application and CMS

Review: MobileEducator iPhone Application and CMS

Last week I was contacted by @lisakribs about a new piece of software her company is developing called MobileEducator, designed for colleges and universities to enable low cost entry into the mobile arena.  The software looked fairly neat, and I thought it might be something that plenty of our readers might see value in, so [...]

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Mobile Analytics: The Neglected Mutant Step Child

Mobile Analytics: The Neglected Mutant Step Child

How many iPhones visited your site yesterday?  Can you tell me?  Could you get it set up if you needed to?  At many universities, concerns about the usage of mobile devices (i.e. PDAs and smart phones) are increasing with respect to their web sites.  Are they meeting the needs of the users?  Can the users [...]

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