4th Annual Mobility and Modern Web Conference
Presented by the UCLA Office of Information Technology, in association with higher ed and corporate partners, MMWCon will feature two days of exciting sessions, followed by a day of hands-on workshops, covering the latest trends of mobility and the modern web.
What is MMWCon?
MMWCon is about gathering educators, mobile enthusiasts, technologists, strategists, disruptors and innovators together to get a “glimpse” of what’s next and how we can get there together as a community and even a society. Attendees include mobile strategic thinkers, educators and instructional designers, researchers as well as entrepreneurs who want to connect with their peers and engage with the most interesting mobile and future tech innovations of our time.
Sensors, Wearables and Accessibility applications
Mobility, personalization and the hi-touch frontier of apps & the web
mHealth, machine learning and blending data into dashboards
Open communities, standards and collaborative technologies
Learning Analytics and Digital Credentialing
This conference is about you!
Meet people, network, build your team and get involved
Bring your app ideas, challenges and dreams
Learn about mobile pilots and gamification strategies
Develop new strategies and skills
What people are saying...
An excellent conference. Well organized; great speakers. Very professional.
I came to learn more about gamification, interoperability and to network with peers. Taking place, physically at UCLA and discussing educational technology was essential, but also incorporating business/industry outside higher ed is what set this conference apart from all others.
I thought the keynotes were really inspiring
The dual-track schedule is much better than other multi-track schedules I find.
Really really enjoyed the conference. Content and speakers were great.
The informational sessions were outstanding. The opportunity to share and collaborate in casual forums before and between sessions was also extremely helpful. As a marketer with some programming background, it was a very beneficial to delve more into the development and research analyst side of digital technology. The Keynote presentations helped in fulfilling my hopes of getting ideas based on what's trending/important/upcoming in education and education technology
It was a lot of (fantastic) information packed into a few days.
I learned a lot in the sessions, enjoyed meeting new people, and the workshops that I went to were very instructional
CMO for Clinical Research
Dean of Global Affairs
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