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We have recently been working with the JISC communications team to produce a new beta service: “This is a mobile version of the JISC website, called ‘JISC Mobile’. JISC Mobile does not contain all of the content on the main JISC website. It is a cut-down version, featuring recent content that users are likely […]

Last week (16-17th February, 2011) I attended the developer conference, Dev8D. The focus of the event is to provide cost effective training for developers in Higher Education. The event is comprised of tutorials, workshops, lightning talks, panel sessions by experts or ‘gurus’ and challenges. I gave a lightening talk on MyMobileBristol: I also sat on […]

The launch of

We are pleased to announce the launch of the MyMobileBristol beta (trial) service at the University of Bristol. It includes timely and location sensitive information such as: Maps of the campus Today’s events PC availability Locations of wireless hotspots If you have a recent smartphone with web access go to on your phone to […]

MyMobileBristol is an exciting, new, twelve-month project being led by the Web Futures group at the Institute for Learning and Research Technology (ILRT), University of Bristol. The project is funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) under their Business and Community Engagement Programme. The project will be a collaboration with Bristol City Council (BCC), […]