Mobile in Higher Ed (Dave Olsen’s professional blog)

If you are interested in deploying mobile solutions on your campuses, Dave Olsen is considered one of the leading national experts in the field of Mobile in Higher Ed.  I have worked with Dave for several years at WVU and have enjoyed his candor, humor and depth of knowledge in all things mobile and responsive web design!  He tells it like it is and doesn’t pull his punches.  He has been an impressive blogger, key presenter at numerous conferences, written for national magazines and websites, and widely known as a “go to guy” on emerging mobile technologies.  He also has a way cool mobile device lab to test mobile design on numerous platforms and Operating Systems.  Dave is a Professional Technologist at West Virginia University in the University Relations – Web division.


Follow Dave on Twitter @dmolsen

Dave Olsen’s blog and bio can be found below (West Virginia University)

Mobile in Higher Ed is my effort to help share lessons learned from deploying mobile solutions on my campus. The views expressed on this site are mine alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of my employer, West Virginia University. I hope to highlight what other schools are doing with mobile and what is happening in the mobile industry as a whole. Updates to my open source project, Mobile Web OSP, will also be shared here. If you want something you’re doing featured feel free to drop me a line.


About swgraham2

Mountain Mists is an opportunity to develop some thought processes individually as I journey through this wonderful world; as someone who values highly effective management techniques and the art of leading teams; and through my association with West Virginia University as a professional technologist and network manager specializing in digital signage.
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