This paper is a publication of the ECAR Mobile Strategy and Application Development (ECAR-MSAD) Working Group.
Christopher Ward joined Kennesaw State University in April 2002. As the Director of Web Services and Mobile Development, he leads the ESS WebGroup: the campus division who designs, develops and maintains the top levels of Kennesaw.edu as well as multiple academic and administrative department Web sites and mobile initiatives. His achievements at the university include a 2004 CASE Award, the Center for University Learning's Fall 2008 Facilitator of the Quarter, and recognition as the 2004 Kennesaw State Staff Employee of the Year. A two-time KSU alum, Chris graduated in 1995 with a B.S. degree in Political Science and a Master's in Professional Writing in 2011. Chris has published three books of poetry, Seventeen Days, Rico, and Man Poems: From Beers to Gears to Grills and Girls. In his free time, Chris enjoys his greatest passions: the Baltimore Ravens and Orioles, playing guitar, brewing beer, having fun with his family, and obsessing over the minutiae of the Star Wars universe. Chris has two daughters, Grace and Reagan.
This guide from the ACTI Mobile Web Frameworks Working Group helps walk you through the steps of: Making the Case for Mobility, Thinking Through a Mobility Strategy, Developing Institutional Mobility Goals, and Developing Your Campus Mobile Initiative.