Keynote Speakers and Final Agenda Recently Announced
The 2016 Kurogo Higher Ed Mobile Conference—the leading mobile strategy conference for higher ed—will be held March 22-24 at California State University, Northridge.
The Kurogo Higher Ed Mobile Conference will bring together higher ed and industry mobile leaders to explore how mobile technology is revolutionizing the university experience. The agenda will cover a wide range of general mobile topics and initiatives and will feature a strategy track and a technical track. Topics will range from mobile messaging to student engagement and responsive web design.
Keynote speakers and the final agenda were recently announced.
On Tuesday, March 22, Hilary Baker, Vice President and CIO of Cal State Northridge, will open the conference by sharing how she has led Cal State Northridge’s mobile revolution.
Also on Tuesday, March 22, industry analyst Navneet Johal from Ovum will share current research on what’s possible and provide practical recommendations for creating a strategic approach to mobile during “Leveraging Mobile as a Strategic Platform to Achieve Institutional Goals.”
Wednesday morning kicks off with a presentation from Morley Winograd with “From Millennials to Plurals: Who Are They and How Can We Meet them on Mobile?.” Morley Winograd, acclaimed author of Millennial Momentum: How a New Generation is Remaking America, will share his insights about millennials and how to get ready for the next generation, the Plurals.
The final keynote, on Thursday, will come from Modo Lab’s Founder and CTO, Andrew Yu who’ll present the “Past, Present and Future of Mobile.”
Other session highlights include:
- Increasing Student Engagement through Mobile
Presented by Santhana Naidu, Indiana State University. Today’s students use their phone for everything. How can you take advantage of this new normal and create mobile experiences that enhance the university experience?
- Managing App Proliferation
Presented by Rose Rocchio, UCLA, and a member of the ECAR (EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research) Working Group. Rose will share ECAR’s latest recommendations and best practices for mobile app governance.
- Crowdsourcing: Making Students Part of the Solution
Presented by Matt Willmore, University of Notre Dame, Greg Mena, Cal State Northridge, and Deone Zell, Cal State Northridge. Learn how schools are involving all kinds of students–both technical and non-technical–in mobile app development.
- What’s the Word on the Street: Student Panel
The inside scoop straight from students themselves about how they are using technology
Over the course of three days attendees from more than 60 schools around the world will have the opportunity to learn from industry experts and their higher ed colleagues.
Registration and more information are available at www.kurogoconference.com.BACK TO BLOG