Mobile Web 2.0 in Your School?

The need for a free and operator independent Universal Mobile School platform that makes it easy to communicate on all types of mobile phones is huge!

"Just like any parent I'm struggling to make the logistics work. With a full time job, three kids, a wife and really tight schedules it can be pretty hard to keep up, but Squace makes everything a little easier", says, Thomas Westerlund Düner from the Stockholm suburb Bromma and father of 3.

The mobile phone will be the essential communication tool from day care centers, preschools and onward through all the school years. The anytime, everywhere and allways on capability and the deep penetation of web ready mobile phones among all social classes makes it the obvius choice (there is aprox about fore times as many web ready cell phones as there is connected pc´s out there on the globe...).

"The School In the Mobile" is a large scale mobile web project rolling out a new universal mobile school platform in Stockholm, Sweden.

The aim is to make school information easy to access over the mobile web in all types of web ready cell phones (from basic feature phones to high end snart phones) and doing so nurging and enhancing the everyday use of the mobile as a school-com-tool!

it´s amazing how easy this non-sms-concept is!

Find out more about the project:

http://blog.squace.com/?p=97

http://hosted.squace.com/public_resources/Squace-School-in-Mobile-C...

http://www.inthemobile.com/2009/08/presence-routines-and-technology...

Contact information about the project:
Stina Nylander
Swedish Institute of Computer Science
phone:+46 8 633 15 69
mobile: +46 70 353 03 69
e-mail: stny@sics.se
www

Aage Reerslev
Aage Reerslev, CEO
Squace AB
Mobile: +46 70 698 17 51
Döbelnsgatan 48
113 52 Stockholm
http://twitter.com/Aage_Reerslev
http://www.linkedin.com/in/reerslev
www.squace.com
aage.reerslev@squace.com


Academic Publications about mobile in education and the project "School in the Mobile":
(please contact Stina Nylander, stny@sics.se, to get publications mentioned below)

Stina Nylander & Bo Karlson. Gathering design requirements for a microcommunity - the case of preschool parents and teachers. SICS Technical Report 2009:05.

Stina Nylander. Presence, Routines, and Technology Discrepancy - Information Exchange between Parents and Preschool Teachers. Full paper accepted to Interact 2009.

Stina Nylander, Terés Lundquist, Andreas Brännström, Bo Karlson. "It's just easier with the phone" - a diary study of Internet access from cell phones. Full paper, Pervasive 2009.

Stina Nylander, Terés Lundquist, Andreas Brännström. At Home and with Computer Access - Why and Where People Use Cell Phones to Access the Internet. Technical note, CHI 2009.

Stina Nylander. Strategies for exchanging information in Preschool. SICS Technical Report 2008:15.

Stina Nylander. Where Would You Bring Your Laptop? - Live Blogging in an Outdoors Mechanical Shop. Accepted to the industrial track of the 7th International ACM Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia.

Terés Lundquist. Context Influence on Cell Phone Web Usage. Magisteruppsats vid institutionen för systemteknik, ref.nr 1222854593. Luleå Tekniska Universitet.

Stina Nylander. Presence as a Foundation for Information Exchange between Parents and Pre-School Teachers. Poster to Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) 2008.

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