On Thursday, September 13, in honor of the Computer Science Department's 100,000th birthday (in base 2!), the department hosted two presentations and a classroom session with Corinne Hoisington. Professor Hoisington discussed "The Mobile Movement" and changes that emerging technology will bring to the classroom. She also taught a class in creating a mobile "app" and answered CSCI students' questions.
A full-time professor of information systems technology
at Central Virginia Community College, Corinne Hoisington brought news
of emerging technologies to UF on September 13.
CSCI students wait for the next step in creating a
mobile application for Androids. Professor Hoisington encouraged
students to try their hands at creating their own "apps" .
Using Angry Birds Space as an example, Professor
Hoisington explained how app developers can post their creations and
earn significant income from successful ideas.