campusM BLOG POSTS

Is your campus app strategy out of control? How many is too many?

First generation campus mobile apps typically had two origins:

  • An expansion on a student record system app
  • A mobile version of the existing university website

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No app left behind – Explaining Multi-Tenant SaaS Solutions in Higher Education

IT is always striving to raise the level of service for college-wide enterprise applications such as student record systems, learning management systems, library management systems, and now campus mobile solutions.

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Increasing student conversion

A student’s relationship with their school starts a long time before they begin their study, even before they arrive on campus. 

This time can be stressful for the students as they embark on a new part of their life, and for institutions who want to make the process of moving from applicant through to registered student as easy and seamless as possible.

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Collaborating using the campusM Platform

campusM provides developers with an App Extension Kit (AEK) which allows them to develop their own app screens so that they are able to respond to changing institutional and user needs. 

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User Group Meeting – 5 themes on the future of Higher Education and mobile apps 

We recently held our 13th campusM User Group meeting covering a broad range of topics

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EDUCAUSE – the challenges facing Higher Education

The team are back from Indianapolis after a successful and busy time at EDUCAUSE.

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Mobile Moments

What are mobile moments and how can they help drive student engagement

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Making student attendance data collection easy

Collecting accurate attendance data is important for Higher Education Institutions who want to help their students succeed.

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