NERCOMP workshop, 'Mobile unSIG: Roam If You Want To,' set for Feb. 11
The mobile unSIG will allow participants to propose discussion topics (as opposed to presentations) on the issues that matter most to you and have these conversations with other education professionals.
Attendees may include:
Faculty using mobile in teaching and learning activities,
Help desk personnel supporting mobile on campus,
Instructional technologists/designers supporting and designing mobile education resources,
Librarians supporting mobile instruction and research,
Anyone wanting to learn more
Staff involved in policy, planning, purchasing and legal issues
The unconference format empowers participants to craft the agenda and provides opportunities for them to be the conversation facilitators. Participants will collaborate on the topics covered in discussions. This means that the agenda will include the issues and concerns that are most significant to attendees on the day of the event.
All registered attendees will have an opportunity to propose a topic, facilitate a discussion and contribute based on their own experience and interest at the unSIG.