Creating Interactive Web Applications Using Google Mashups

Thursday, June 03 | 2:30PM–3:30PM | Vinings Room (6th floor)
Session Type: Professional Development
Universities are constantly looking to add value to their websites by creating interactive applications to provide greater insight into their institutions. The most common example is using Google Maps to identify various buildings and landmarks on-campus to make navigation easier. Google mashups can be used to build interactive applications to share rich-information with visitors. In this poster, five working prototypes (News and Communications, Student Community Housing, Student Affairs, Campus Tours and University Events) will be open for discussion. This proposal hopes to encourage discussion on how mashups can be used to provide value-added web services.


  • Aby Rao

    IT Security Consultant, KPMG

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