The 2012 Mobile Web Framework (MWF) Conference will be held at UCLA on Sept. 5th - 7th, and will bring together innovators, developers, students as well as administrators who are all working to MOBILE ENABLE their campus! Read More...
Following a similar model to two staff contests held over the past year, a student developer contest at UCLA plans to expose students to the framework and help them realize the power of the mobile web. Read More...
UC San Diego has a team of user experience and technology experts that have put together a feature rich UCSD Mobile while also actively contributing features like the Forms and Messages APIs to the framework. Read More...
UCLA's online polling tool system is an open source project currently under development that will serve as a clicker, polling and survey tool for both mobile and desktop browsers, all in one. Read More...
The UCLA MWF Conference is where some of the greatest minds in mobile come together to discuss the future of the MWF, as well as the mobile web landscape as a whole. Read More...
2012 MWF Conference
MWF Student Developer Contest
University of California, San Diego
Online Polling Tool
2011 Mobile Conference
Recognizing the power that the mobile platform offers for audience interaction, the UCLA Education and Collaboration Technology Architecture Group is currently in the process of developing an mobile web response system. This system will service classrooms, performances, conferences and more, engaging the audience, soliciting feedback and displaying results in a user-friendly way.
UCLA has developed an initial proof-of-concept, previewed at Educause 2011, where the team used it to guide their presentations based on attendee feedback. The first phase of this project includes an anonymous polling tool, while further phases will evolve it into a robust response system that can be used in a wide variety of contexts from classroom participation to group voting.
The UCLA Education & Collaboration Technology Architecture Group is currently seeking UCLA professors interested in testing the prototype, as well as providing user feedback as the software evolves.