August 15, 2011 5:22 am
by Seth Odell
Half of all phones sold are smart phones. Mobile traffic is growing at a rapid rate. What do colleges and universities need to do to keep up? Should we all be building native apps, mobile optimized websites, both?
Dave Olsen, West Virgina University web developer and the blogger behind Mobile in Higher Ed, joins the program to dispel myths, break down what everyone must be doing and make an argument for why progressive mobile strategy is the only solution.
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