Category: Mobile

My Favorite Three Research Related Apps

Friday, November 14th, 2014


As a PhD candidate and an Educational Technologist for ITaP, I rely on technology to keep myself organized at work, to collect research materials for my dissertation, and to keep track of things I find for my personal life. Here are three of my favorite apps and why I found them to be so helpful. […]

Using Mobile Device Logic and Tracking in Qualtrics Surveys

Thursday, October 16th, 2014


Qualtrics online survey software, provided to faculty, staff and students at Purdue, is providing more options for mobile device display choices and tracking. We often want to know these days whether someone is accessing our survey from a mobile device or perhaps ask questions that are specific to a particular device being used to complete […]

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Checking Your Qualtrics Survey Display on a Mobile Device

Wednesday, October 8th, 2014


Since mobile devices are often the access point for email, it’s logical to assume that someone might view your survey link on a mobile device. Checking to see if your questions will display properly is an easy thing to do. First you should know that Qualtrics surveys are built to be “adaptive” to a device’s screen size […]

Expanding our Focus: The iPad and Tablet User’s Group has been renamed the Mobile Technology User’s Group

Tuesday, September 10th, 2013


In a move hinted at during our last meeting of the Spring 2013 semester, the “iPad and Tablet User’s Group” has been renamed  the “Mobile Technology User’s Group”.  There are several different reasons for this name change I would like to explain. First and foremost, let me state the goal for our group: we want […]

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