For those of us interested in mobile technologies in higher ed in 
general, this Educause list might be a useful resource.


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Subject: 	[IDM] FYI: Handheld and Mobile Computing CG is now Mobile 
Date: 	Tue, 11 Sep 2012 20:03:32 +0000
From: 	Valerie Vogel <[log in to unmask]>
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I'm sharing this message from the Mobile Technologies Constituent Group 
(formerly the Handheld and Mobile Computing CG) since several items may 
be of interest to the Security and IDM discussion group members.

There's information about

·Joining the Mobile Technologies list

·Cross-posting discussions of interest (e.g., mobile security)

·BYOD "un-conference" at EDUCAUSE 2012 on November 8

· topic page on Mobile in Higher Ed (HEISC also maintains pages on information security and privacy in higher ed: and

You can manage EDUCAUSE listserv subscriptions at: <>

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Thank you!


*Valerie Vogel* Program Manager

/Uncommon Thinking for the Common Good/
direct: 202.331.5374 | main: 202.872.4200 | 

*From:*The EDUCAUSE Mobile Technologies Constituent Group Listserv 
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] *On Behalf Of *Steve diFilipo
*Sent:* Tuesday, September 11, 2012 12:28 PM
*To:* [log in to unmask]
*Subject:* [MOBILETECH] Handheld and Mobile Computing CG is now Mobile 

Handheld and Mobile Computing CG is now *Mobile Technologies*

As the importance of mobile technologies has evolved since the inception 
of this constituent group and as the importance of mobile technologies 
continues to transform higher education the name of the CG has also 

A few items regarding the Mobile Technologies CG:

Join the conversation: Please share this CG listserv 
anyone in your organization who has responsibility for a mobile 
initiative or even has a passing interest in anything mobile.

Cross posting is welcome: While there are a number of CGs with specific 
interests, such as security, please share to this listserv when relevant 
to mobile. One item that is consistently mentioned during Educause 
events is a desire to have a central 'clearinghouse' for the 
wide-ranging number of mobile topics. The Mobile Technologies CG list 
can serve that purpose.

Annual Conference: Don't forget to add the Mobile Technologies 
Constituent Group meeting 
your schedule for the annual conference. Bring questions, hot-topics and 
ideas to share. This group deals with varied interests and is an 
opportunity to share lessons-learned from other campuses.

BYOD Un-Conference: At this year's Annual Educause Conference an 
un-conference is being scheduled addressing the topic of BYOD. Add this 
session to your schedule. 

Mobile (Post-PC) in Higher Education <>A 
topic has been established to curate all things mobile as it pertains to 
higher education:. Some of the posts are specific to HE and some are 
more universal yet pertinent for HE. The content curated in this topic 
<>include platforms, security, mobile learning, 
devices, providers, services, development, etc.
You are encouraged to suggest items for posting to this topic. Also, 
forward any keywords that can be included in the search parameters for 
this topic.
Full disclosure: I curate this topics because the topic is 
important, I enjoy it  and I do not benefit in any way from curating 
this content.

hope everyone's semester has started off on a positive note -
stay mobile -

Steve diFilipo
Group Leader
Cecil College
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Googel+ <>

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