The Go Mobile website has been improved to help Texas A&M University meet mobile web demands.
- New Resource Center blog for learning mobile web best practices
- Mobile-ready web templates that are university brand compliant
The Resource Center blog (http://gomobile.tamu.edu/resource-center) allows users to comment and engage with authors about their posts. Authors are members of the university’s Mobile Team, which is tasked with guiding the campus strategy to maximize mobile’s potential (http://gomobile.tamu.edu/about).
The responsive web design templates are available at the Go Mobile Resource Center by selecting the Downloads icon. Responsive websites automatically rearrange content based on the visitor’s screen size, allowing one website to work on smartphones, tablets, and laptop and desktop computers.
To help remove barriers to engaging key audiences and become a higher education leader in mobile implementation, the team’s focus is facilitating mobile-friendly websites for colleges and academic departments. View the Go Mobile progress report for this objective at http://gomobile.tamu.edu/texas-am-mobile-strategy#tab_tab4.
The Mobile Team will be scheduling new outreach and training events. Join the GOMOBILE-L Listserv to receive updates (http://gomobile.tamu.edu/join-the-listserv).
Send questions or comments to Allison Oslund (email@example.com), Texas A&M Information Technology assistant director and Mobile Team leader.
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