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Guest lecture for the course SPM9613 Mobile Services Innovation about TU Delft and mobile.

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  • Het doel van de aanwezigheid van de TU Delft in iTunesU is een verlengstuk van de missie van de TU Delft:De TU Delft draagt met haar unieke technologische infrastructuur, brede kennisbasis, wereldwijde reputatie en succesvolle alumni significant bij aan verantwoorde oplossingen voor urgente maatschappelijke vraagstukken, zowel nationaal als internationaal.Voor een deel van de invulling van deze missie is een platform, buiten de TU Delft platformen, geschikt. Vanwege de serieuze aard en aanwezigheid (en succes) van andere universiteiten die participeren in iTunesU lijkt dit een geschikt platform voor de TU Delft te zijn om de volgende aspecten kracht bij te zetten:versterken van de (internationale) reputatieverbreden van de kennisbasis en het bevorderen van life-long-learningaantrekken van potentieel talent (studenten maar ook onderwijzend personeel, onderzoekers etc

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  • TU Delft goes Mobile
    Ir. W.F. van Valkenburg
  • Who am I?
    e-learning consultantfor the Shared Service Centre ICT of Delft University of Technology
    ProjectsI’mworkingon:
    Blackboard (project leader)
    Social Software (weblogs, wikis, twitter)
    OpenCourseWare
    TU Delft Mobile
    TU Delft Multimedia
    Blog onwww.e-learn.nl
    Twitter on twitter.com/wfvanvalkenburg
  • Agenda
    The development of mobile phones
    Results TU Delft Mobile Survey
    What is TU Delft doing?
    Futuredevelopments
    Questions
  • Predictions
    Morgan Stanley – The Mobile Internet Reporthttp://www.morganstanley.com/
    “Mobile internet market will be twice the size of desktop internet”
    CBS - onderzoek ICT-gebruik huishoudens en personen, 2009http://www.cbs.nl/
    In 2009 3 out of 10 persons said they used the internet on their mobile phone in the 3 months prior to the survey
  • Tech Cycles Tend to last 10 years
  • New Computing Cycle Characteristics
  • Adoption is going faster
  • 5 trends merge together
    3G (withunlimited data subscription)
    Be online any place, anywhereany time
    SocialNetworking
    Usersseek contact and communicate
    Video
    Youtube has a big share in mobile data traffic
    VoIP
    Users want to chat via voice, text en video
    Impressive Mobile Devices
    iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy
  • Apple iPhone/iTouch
  • TU Delft Mobile Survey
  • Availability of the survey
    The survey was online on the homepage of Blackboard.tudelft.nl from Dec 4 until Dec 10.
    The survey had 11 questions and a field for comments
    Number of submission: 2351.
  • Respondents
  • Type of mobile phone
  • Which brand of mobile phone
  • Platform of the smart phones
  • Providers
  • Data subscription
  • Features of the mobile phone
  • Which features do you use
  • Web Access
  • Which services should TUD provide
  • Comments
    322 comments
    Most comments:
    Compliments
    Howto wifi/eduroam
    Blackboard Learn app
    Mobile website
    Timetable system
    iTunes
  • Summary
    More than 60% of our students use a smart phone.
    Apple iPhone is the most popular smart phone.
    T-Mobile is the most used provider.
    More than 80% of the smart phone users have a data subscription.
    Almost 80% of the smart phone users use mobile web access daily.
    Blackboard is the most wanted TU-service for mobile access.
  • Results from other universities
    Radboud University Nijmegen
    50% of the students have a smart phone
    More than 80% of the smart phone users have a data subscription.
    More than 85% of the smart phone users use the mobile web daily.
    University of Edinburgh
    49% of the students have a smart phone
    39% have a contract that gives unlimited access to internet.
    An average of 50% of students access Email and Facebook through their mobiles several times a day.
    http://www.slideshare.net/wfvanvalkenburg/radboud-mobile-survey-results
    http://efoundations.typepad.com/efoundations/2010/03/mobile-use-at-edinburgh.html
  • Blackboard onyour mobile phone
    Browser
  • What does Delft do?
    Infrastructure
    Improve the wifinetwork
    Blackboard Mobile Central
    iPhoneapp
    BlackBerryapp
    Mobile website m.tudelft.nl
    Android
    Blackboard Mobile Learn
    Coming soon
    iTunesU
  • Blackboard Mobile Central
  • Blackboard Mobile Central – How it works (1)
    Mobile Central Cloud
    cache
    authentication
    University services
    Users
  • Blackboard Mobile Central – How it works (2)
    Connections based on xml:
    News via rss-feeds
    Other via web services
  • Blackboard Mobile Learn
  • TU Delft on iTunesU
    TU Delft on iTunesUsince February 2010.
    First university in the Netherlands
    Started with 200 video’s and now 276
  • Future developments
    New Software: iOS4.x, Android, Windows 7, webOS
    New Hardware: iPhone 4, Samsung, etc.
    New Services: you?
  • Concluding remarks
    Students are early adopters with mobile technology
    60% already has a smart phone
    Students use internet on their phone very frequently
  • Questions?
    Presentation is onblackboard and
    www.slideshare.com/wfvanvalkenburg
    Ir. W.F. van Valkenburg
    w.f.vanvalkenburg@tudelft.nl
    www.e-learn.nl
    twitter.com/wfvanvalkenburg