Campus Móvil: Designing a Mobile Web 2.0 Startup for Higher Education Uses
In the intersection between the mobile Internet, social software and educational environments, Campus Móvil is a prototype of an online application for mobile devices created for a Spanish university community, providing exclusive and transparent access via an institutional email account. Campus Móvil was proposed and developed to address needs not currently being met in a university community due to a lack of ubiquitous services. It also facilitates network access for numerous specialized activities that complement those normally carried out on campus and in lecture rooms using personal computers.
KeywordsMobile Device Mobile Interface Social Software Lecture Room Ubiquitous Service
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