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Campus communications are often disrupted through the approach schools use vs. the way students prefer to receive campus communications. These blog posts help to frame solutions to that disconnect.

Student communications – what EDUCAUSE Top 10 IT Issues missed

At DubLabs, we are not only members of EDUCAUSE, we are fans. We support and admire their mission and appreciate their work. We have cited articles from their website many times in these blog posts. But we believe this year’s [...]

For student communication, email Is not getting through

Our recent survey of students at more 300 colleges and universities about campus mobile apps revealed a strong interest in schools improving student communication. In fact, students ranked different communication tools as second, third and fourth in importance in a [...]

National Student Survey: Campus Apps Not Meeting Student Needs

DubLabs recently commissioned a survey of students at more than 300 colleges and universities throughout the country to learn about student preferences in campus apps. The good news – and we think it’s very good – is that students want [...]

Nassau Community College: Improving Student Mobile Experiences

Schools that focus on creating great student mobile experiences  – that is, paying more attention to the needs of the end-users rather than the app itself – end up creating apps that earn broad student acceptance. The IT team at [...]

Mobile apps for higher education that increase student engagement

Millennials are addicted to mobile technology, smart devices and apps, relying on them for communication, entertainment, navigation, banking, transportation; and the list goes on. Although Higher Ed institutions are looking beyond traditional communications methods, many haven’t developed a mobile strategy [...]

How mobile can enhance the student experience through micro-moments

Mobility is transforming end-user experiences in unprecedented ways. With increased mobile proliferation, higher education institutions are able to drive greater engagement by harnessing the power of mobile technology to enhance the student experience. Millennials and post millennials see this transformative [...]

How Community Colleges Can Serve Mobile-First Students

This is the second of two posts focusing on community colleges and the mobile-first students they serve. In our first post, Community College Mobile Apps and Why they Matter, we explored the idea that two-year students rely more on mobile [...]