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    • App Development in the Miami University Mobile Learning CenterAjoint venture between SEAS, AIMS, and ITS
      Gerald C. Gannod
      Kristen M. Bachman
      James D. Kiper
      SEAS
      Glenn J. Platt
      AIMS
      Robert Howard
      Micah J. Cooper
      ITS
    • “You Will” (1983)
      Miami M-Learning Center
      2
    • Ownership of Internet Enabled Handheld Device Among US College Student Internet Users
      Miami Mobile Learning Center
      3
      Source: EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research, ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 2010.
    • Get out your phones!
      http://bit.ly/kX7Yhv
    • M-Learning Center Overview
      Miami has established an M-Learning Center devoted to supporting faculty, staff, and students in the use of mobile technology for education
      Multi-disciplinary effort involving SEAS, AIMS, and IT Services
      SEAS: development expertise
      AIMS: mobile media, social media
      ITS: IT management, integration with academic
      Miami M-Learning Center
      5
    • Mission
      To capture and distribute best practices that utilize mobile technologies in support of learning
      To provide coordination and leadership that establishes linkages between existing development expertise and educators interested in applying mobile technologies for learning
      To provide faculty, staff, students and practitioners with support on the use and development of mobile applications through coordination of research and educational activities
    • Motivation
      Unify efforts in mobile space on the campus
      Provide faculty, staff, and students a resource for mobile learning and mobile computing
      Support faculty by providing software development expertise
      Miami Mobile Learning Center
      7
    • Activities of the center
      Educational Support
      Disseminate knowledge about best practices in M-Learning
      Software Development Support
      Create software for mobile devices
      Service and Research
      Support research and outreach activities
      Miami M-Learning Center
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    • Courses
      CSE 470 Mobile Application Development
      Summer 2011 (Pilot)
      CSE 451/551 Service Oriented Computing
      Spring 2012
      CSE 448/449 Senior Capstone
      Two projects AY10-11 (See Projects Section)
      Miami Mobile Learning Center
      9
    • Courses
      CSE 610 Graduate Seminar
      F’10 M-Learning Seminar; Project with Knowledgeworks
      Sp’10 Mobile Computing seminar
      IMS 440 IMS Practicum
      One project AY10-11 with Procter & Gamble
      Miami Mobile Learning Center
      10
    • Courses
      Impact
      Built capacity to build iOS applications in order to support software development activities
      Research
      Software Projects
      Miami Mobile Learning Center
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    • Tiers of Developers
      M-Learning Center Development Team
      Students hired based on experience
      Graphic Designers, Mobile App Development, Service-Oriented Computing
      Multiple parallel projects
      Capstone Projects
      Single ½ year or Full year projects
      Course Projects
      Semester long projects
      Miami Mobile Learning Center
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    • Software Projects
      Miami University iPhone Application
      Funding provided by Student Tech Fee (65%), and University Communications (35%)
      First Released on Nov. 30th
      4,450 New users
      7,429 Total downloads (includes updates)
      Student Developers
      SEAS, SFA
      Collaboration with ITS and University Communications
      Videos
      Miami Mobile Learning Center
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    • HEARTifacts
      App supports finding Automated External Defibrillators using Augmented Reality
      Created for an external customer
      Students part of capstone team consisting of:
      Computer Science/Software Engineering
      Graphic Design
      Marketing
      MIS
      http://seasnews.eas.muohio.edu/2010/08/automated-external-defibrillator-aed-app/
      Miami M-Learning Center
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    • Software Projects
      Smart or Smashed
      Alcohol abuse prevention / intervention app
      Research project in collaboration with R.M. Ward in EHS
      Work supported by EHS Dean
      In-progress (slated for late Summer pre-release)
      Student Developers
      SEAS, SFA
      Miami Mobile Learning Center
      15
    • Software Projects
      my Metro
      MUITDC Finalist
      Interdisciplinary project with students from disciplines across the university
      Real-time tracking of Miami Metro buses
      Eventual integration into the Miami App
      Received long-term funding to deploy to full bus system
      Miami Mobile Learning Center
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    • Software Projects
      Alumni Networking App
      Supports alumni events on iPad (think modified “speed dating” format)
      Supported by alumni office
      In-progress (slated for late Summer release, final pilot in Chicago in Late April)
      Student Developers
      CSE Capstone
      Miami Mobile Learning Center
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    • Software Projects
      Other’s in progress
      Research Buddy
      Proctor and Gamble
      Using Cincinnati Zoo Academy as a testbed
      The Everyday Dad
      Ohio Commission on Fatherhood
      Miami Mobile Learning Center
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    • Lessons Learned
      Partnerships and collaboration
      Small, agile teams
      Service Orientation
      Miami Mobile Learning Center
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