Explore BYOD and Crowdsourced Mobile Data Collection in Higher Ed with ECAR's MSAD Group

Wednesday, October 01 | 2:30PM–3:20PM | Meeting Room W312A-C
Session Type: Resources

Students are arriving on campus with mobile devices that let them interact with their community, collect new data, and track activities for analysis. In this session, we will highlight the four categories of BYOD mobile data collection and how IT can support this new activity for deeper and more engaged learning.

OUTCOMES: Experience an in-session crowdsourced mobile data collection exercise * Learn about the four categories of BYOD mobile data collection (passive, public, crowdsourced, and private) * Learn about the BYOD mobile data collection experiments in and across higher education


  • Rose Rocchio

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

    Interim Chief Information Officer, Oakland University

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