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UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 1 Project Mobile Uni-App (Phase 1) Project description, status and outlook Bern, 13.01.2011 AAA/SWITCH Info-Day 2011 Institute.

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1 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 1 Project Mobile Uni-App (Phase 1) Project description, status and outlook Bern, 13.01.2011 AAA/SWITCH Info-Day 2011 Institute of Information Management, University of St. Gallen Chair of Prof. Dr. Andrea Back Ein repräsentatives Foto ist o.k.

2 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 2 1.Introduction 2.Project description 3.Goals and benefits 4.Project status 5.Project outlook and phase 2 Agenda

3 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 3 Project management and details Contact details and project facts Prof. Dr. Andrea Back Project Leader Institute of Information Management 3 University of St. Gallen andrea.back@unisg.ch Thomas Sammer Deputy Project Leader Institute of Information Management 3 University of St. Gallen thomas.sammer@unisg.ch Project facts Start date: 1 st of December, 2010 End date: 1 st of June, 2011

4 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 4 1.Introduction 2.Project description 3.Goals and benefits 4.Project status 5.Project outlook and phase 2 Agenda

5 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 5 Project description Pilot study and motivation 1Project description Student project Spring 2010 Survey of mobile apps for universities Analysis of demand Development of a first iOS prototype Key-findings: High demand for an university app Demand for administrative and supportive services Course information, lecture material, room booking, campus map. Less demand for interactive services like buddy finders, chats, aso. Increasing number of smart phone users Most administrative services are already available, but not for mobile dev. Obvious demand for mobile access Many individual solutions Many different devices Need for action Pilot study* Motivation *SWITCH Journal October 2010, p. 43-44

6 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 6 1.Introduction 2.Project description 3.Goals and benefits 4.Project status 5.Project outlook and phase 2 Agenda

7 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 7 Goals and Benefits What we want to achive. 2Goals and Benefits Comprehensive technology assessment and demand analysis Concept development to provide supportive IT service on mobile dev. Useable on different mobile devices Useable with different back-end interfaces Customizable (front-end, functionality, back-end) and generic Development of a first prototype covering two or three use-cases Static content Dynamic content Field test to gain feedback and (im)prove the concept Development of a proved, standardized, and easy customizable concept. Deployable solution for different educational institutes Easy extension and adaption of use-cases, sustainable usage Target group: students and university staff Goals Benefits

8 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 8 1.Introduction 2.Project description 3.Goals and benefits 4.Project status 5.Project outlook and phase 2 Agenda

9 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 9 1 st of December, project start: Launch of a groupware solution, job offer for assistant. Preparation for an Atizo idea contest: Idea contest for innovative application of mobile devices. AAA/SWITCH Info-Day 2011: Project presentation at the AAA/SWITCH Info-Day 2011. International state-of-practice report: Survey on the intern. state-of-practice concerning uni. apps. Q4 2010 Q1 2011 Done In progress Open Milestones Q4 2010 and Q1 2011 Analysis of demand: Survey on the demand for different uses cases for an uni app. Technology assessment: Assessment of different technologies for app implementation. Scope of functionality and interface definition of the prototype: Workshop together with the IT department of the university. eduhub days 2011 (March 23/24): Project presentation. Q1 2011 Open Recruitment for participants in the evaluation phase: Preparations for the evaluation of the prototype. Roll-out of the prototype: Start of the testing phase respectively evaluation.

10 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 10 1.Introduction 2.Project description 3.Goals and benefits 4.Project status 5.Project outlook and phase 2 Agenda

11 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 11 Project Outlook What`s next. Major Goals: Find cooperation partners and establish a network Extend the functionality and quality of the app Establish support instructions Roll-out of the app Project Outlook Phase 2 Pilot Study Phase 2: Implementation and product launch Phase 1: Concept and prototype development Cooperation partners Extension of the functionality Dev. of first and second level support instructions Roll-out of the official release at Uni SG & Partner Dev. a generic implementation instruction Oct. 2011

12 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 12 Open Discussion Feedback, suggestions, interest of cooperation. What is your opinion on phase 1/2? 1 2 3 What are you thinking about the project? Do you now about other related projects? 4 Are you interest in a cooperation? 5 Do you have suggestions for us?

13 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 13 Back-Up Slides State-of-Practice new

14 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 14 Back-Up Slides State-of-Practice new

15 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 15 Back-Up Slides State-of-Practice new FunktionZielgruppe StudentDozentMitarbeitende Inhalt dynamisch Inhalt statisch dynamischstatischdynamischstatisch KartenXXX NewsXXX InformationenXXX PersonenverzeichnisXXX KursinformationenXX EventsX BibliothekX SportXX FahrplanXXX Mensa / EssenXXX

16 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 16 Back-Up Slides Pilot Study (Marktanalyse)

17 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 17 Verglichen wurden 14 Apps von Universitäten aus den USA, Grossbritannien und der Schweiz Alle Apps können gratis heruntergeladen werden * Entwickelt von Terribly Clever Quellen: Apple App Store 2. State-of-practice & Potentialanalyse State-of –practice – Umfeldanalyse (1/2) UniversitätApp ETHPocketETH PH Zürich University of Southhampton iSoton Thames Valley UniversityiUni Universität UlmpocketU Stanford UniversityiStanford* Duke UniversityiDuke* UniversitätApp Colorado State University Pueblo CSU-Pueblo* Kean UniversityKean Mobile* Barry UniversityiBarry University of Oklahoma OU2GO Rice UniversityRice Villanova UniversityVU Mobile University of TexasTexas

18 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 18 Alle Apps wurden auf ihre Features überprüft und das Ergebnis grafisch aufbereitet: 2. State-of-practice & Potentialanalyse State-of –practice – Umfeldanalyse (2/3)

19 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 19 2. State-of-practice & Potentialanalyse State-of –practice – Umfeldanalyse (3/3) Beliebte Features Campus Map Directory Events Verbreitete Features News Video & Foto Stundenplan/Kalender Seltene Features Forum Nachrichten Informationen zu Transport

20 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 20 Back-Up Slides Pilot Study (Bedürfnisklärung)

21 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 21 2. State-of-practice & Potentialanalyse Potentialanalyse - Vorgehensweise Schritte der Potentialanalyse: Umfeldanalyse auswerten Elektronischen Fragebogen erstellen Befragung potentieller Nutzer Befragung von Kommilitoninnen/-en und Mitarbeitern des IWI mit Hilfe eines konstruierten Fragenbogens Erhaltende Daten auswerten Vorgehensweise

22 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 22 Analyse demographischer Daten: Quellen: Eigene Darstellung mit Daten aus Umfrage 2. State-of-practice & Potentialanalyse Potentialanalyse – Ergebnisse aus Nutzerbefragung (1/5)

23 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 23 Analyse Zahlungsbereitschaft: Quellen: Eigene Darstellung mit Daten aus Umfrage 2. State-of-practice & Potentialanalyse Potentialanalyse – Ergebnisse aus Nutzerbefragung (2/5)

24 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 24 Analyse der Antworten aller Befragten: Quellen: Eigene Darstellung mit Daten aus Umfrage 2. State-of-practice & Potentialanalyse Potentialanalyse – Ergebnisse aus Nutzerbefragung (3/5)

25 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 25 Analyse der Antworten aller Nicht-Studenten: Quellen: Eigene Darstellung mit Daten aus Umfrage 2. State-of-practice & Potentialanalyse Potentialanalyse – Ergebnisse aus Nutzerbefragung (4/5)

26 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 26 Analyse der beliebtesten Features: Quellen: Eigene Darstellung mit Daten aus Umfrage 2. State-of-practice & Potentialanalyse Potentialanalyse – Ergebnisse aus Nutzerbefragung (5/5)

27 UNISG.3 13.01.2011 Page 27 2. State-of-practice & Potentialanalyse Potentialanalyse – Schlussfolgerung Beliebteste Features Raumbuchung Stundenplan Kursinformationen (u.U. inklusive Events) Neutrale Features Administration/Campus Map Location Based Services News und Blogs Tiefbewertete Features Forum/Profile Kursbewertung HSG Game


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