Media Architecture Communication with Google SketchUp engages students in a formal design procedure, develops 21st century literacy skills, and achieves a high level of cognitive recognition. Moreover, implementing new mobile technologies such as the iPad in the second decade of the 21st century may indeed be a catalyst for change in pedagogy and learning. Of course, as mobile technologies (hardware and software) are becoming ubiquitous in both learning and community spaces the best use can only be assessed through research and practice. One of the challenge for researchers worldwide is to determine how communication processes alter, how learning benefits and how teaching changes when multiple-media-enabled mobile IT are commonly available. Moreover, the challenge of transmedia communication radically alters the identity of academics involved in technology-enhanced design and communication. The foreseeable ubiquity of augmentation, ambient technologies, and near field communication requires academics to implement inter-disciplinary courses. Media Architecture Communication academics can begin that change as instructors and researchers of Information Science.