Study Results: Students' Perspectives and Their Expectations of Mobile Agility in Higher Education

Thursday, October 17 | 10:10AM–11:00AM | Ballroom A
Session Type: E13

Four diverse universities from the EDUCAUSE Frye Institute will share insights from each campus on the collaboratively conducted Mobile Agility Study, with over 1,850 total responses. The study focused on getting an understanding of students' perceived value of mobile technologies in the classroom, for their studies, and in their daily lives.


Learn how to communicate the importance, value, and dependability students expect from mobile services. | Understand the academic “mobile usage profile” of various demographics. | Provide a baseline for student attitudes toward academic uses of mobile technology.


  • George Claffey

    VP & Chief Information Officer, Central Connecticut State University
  • Diane Duesterhoeft

    Librarian, St. Mary's University
  • Rose Rocchio

    Director of Mobile Web Research and Accessibility, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

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