Resource Center: Mobile Technologies

  • 2016 Innovators Awards

    A Location-Aware App for Exploring the Library

    To help users access rich information resources on campus, the University of Oklahoma Libraries created a mobile app with location-based navigation and "hyperlocal" content. Read More

  • Teaching with Technology

    Laptops, Desktops Most Common Form of Instructional Tech in the Classroom

    Traditional laptops and desktops are both used in 82 percent of learning environments — making them the most common form of instructional tech in the classroom, according to Campus Technology's first-ever Teaching with Technology survey. Read More

  • Teaching with Technology

    Faculty on the Fence About Providing Computing Devices to Students

    According to our Teaching with Technology survey, 55 percent of faculty support the idea of their institutions providing computing devices to all students, while 67 percent like the "bring your own device" approach. Read More

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