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Driven by a proliferation of devices, mobile is on the rise in higher education. This slide deck details the institutional imperative for mobile and the different stages of the evolution of mobile development, from basic to innovative usage.


  • Powerful factors such as the proliferation of devices and an increase in student mobile consumption are driving mobile initiatives in higher education.
  • Moving from basic to innovative usage of mobile must be a strategic imperative for institutions to differentiate in higher education.
  • Institutions must pivot their approach to mobile in strategic ways to support institutional goals.

Features and Benefits

  • Assesses the current state of institutional mobile strategies.
  • Learn how mobile can be leveraged more strategically to achieve institutional goals.

Key questions answered

  • What is the institutional imperative for mobile?
  • What can higher education learn from other industries in terms of mobile?

Table of contents


  • Introduction
  • Download 1: Leveraging Mobile as a Strategic Platform to Achieve Institutional Goals

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