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Mobile Identity Management becomes increasingly relevant for organisations. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies and a great diversity of native mobile apps ask universities for new ways of identity management. The Swiss EduID Mobile App project develops a solution for embracing the diversity of mobile applications and integrate them into the academic service portfolio. This presentation provides a first insight into the challenges and the technical approach we chose for linking student (and lecturer) mobile apps with distributed academic services of the Swiss academic federation.

Mobile Identity Management becomes increasingly relevant for organisations. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies and a great diversity of native mobile apps ask universities for new ways of identity management. The Swiss EduID Mobile App project develops a solution for embracing the diversity of mobile applications and integrate them into the academic service portfolio. This presentation provides a first insight into the challenges and the technical approach we chose for linking student (and lecturer) mobile apps with distributed academic services of the Swiss academic federation.

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  1. 1. FHO Fachhochschule Ostschweiz EduID Mobile App Use-cases, Concepts, User Experience Mobile Identities with the
  2. 2. Mobile workplaces
  3. 3. Seite 3 All following generations expect ubiquitous information access in all aspects of their lives
  4. 4. Seite 4 Mobile technologies are omnipresent
  5. 5. Seite 5 Mobile technologies are excellent tools for research
  6. 6. Seite 6 … and for learning
  7. 7. Seite 7 New and more learning contexts
  8. 8. Seite 8 No hope for homogeneity
  9. 9. The mobile realm is not all about the web!
  10. 10. The ”Cloud” from a Service Perspective
  11. 11. The ”Cloud” from a Device Perspective
  12. 12. The ”Cloud” from a User Perspective
  13. 13. Shifting from Feature Services to Functional Environments Glahn (2013). What we mean when we talk about mobile services.SIG Mobile Whitepaper
  14. 14. How to connect this diversity to the academic infrastructure?
  15. 15. Many Attempts for Native Mobile Apps § Anonymous § Shared passwords and tags § Location-based § Personal PIN § Alternative Passwords and usernames § Separate authentication § Accounts with commercial providers
  16. 16. Non-standard Authorization hampers Innovation at the National Scale
  17. 17. Authorization is about Trust SwissEduIDMobileAppInitialArchitecture,2015
  18. 18. Seite 19 SwissEduIDMobileAppDetailedArchitecture,2016
  19. 19. Seite 20
  20. 20. How does it feel for our users?
  21. 21. How does it feel for App Developers?
  22. 22. E.G., On iOS
  23. 23. Follow the Development Get Involved § Moodle Plugin: § https://github.com/BLC-HTWChur/moodle_eduid § Architecture: § https://github.com/BLC-HTWChur/Mobile-EduID-Architecture § https://github.com/BLC-HTWChur/rsd2-specification § iOS App: § https://github.com/BLC-HTWChur/eduid-app-ios § Android App follows soon
  24. 24. The Project Team § HTW Chur § USI § FHNW § In Cooperation with SWITCH
  25. 25. FHO Fachhochschule Ostschweiz Christian Glahn Blended Learning Center @phish108 @htwblc

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