Tackling Big Questions with Mobile Cloud Computing
Tackling Big Questions with Mobile Cloud Computing (UNIV 3278/5278) will create a cross-college multidisciplinary environment where undergraduate and graduate students from multiple schools team with computer science students to address big questions. Examples of big questions include how mobile cloud computing technologies are being used to engage young people with chronic diseases; changing political discourse in the United States and around the world; and helping economically disadvantaged individuals bridge the digital divide to obtain better guidance on nutrition and legal matters. The course will integrate students across a range of disciplines and pair them with an expert faculty member from the application domain. In doing so, the course will provide students with hands-on experiences and a deepened understanding of the key mobile cloud computing techniques, tools, and principles needed to tackle these big questions.
- Student Project Team Develops Mobile App for Legal Aid
- One-on-one with the faculty behind Tackling Big Questions with Mobile Cloud Computing (Part 3 of 3)
- One-on-one with the faculty behind Tackling Big Questions with Mobile Cloud Computing (Part 2 of 3)
- One-on-one with the faculty behind Tackling Big Questions with Mobile Cloud Computing (Part 1 of 3)
- Welcome to Hub, a mobile application designed for idea-sharing and collaboration
- Students develop mobile application aimed at improving malnutrition screening at VUMC
- An Introduction to 'Tackling Big Problems with Mobile Cloud Computing'