Developing your mobile strategy
Whether you’re planning a new mobile strategy or are re-evaluating the approach your college or university currently uses, the below assets can help you identify important considerations. Read guides and ebooks or hear from mobile thought leaders from schools like yours.
Mobile Insights - Guides and Reports
On the Radar: DubLabs empowers institutions to improve student engagement and success
Read the latest report from Ovum to see how this leading technology analyst firm views the importance of DubLabs mobile solutions for improving the student experience.
‘The majority of institutions have very basic mobile strategies…’
After one year, the team at Cal State LA share their successes and learnings with the GETmobile app. Michael Lee, Tosha Pham and the entire team worked closely with students to continue evolving their mobile solution. This deep dive gives you a glimpse into a very successful campus mobile strategy and solution implementation.
An effective higher education mobile strategy is not about mobile access or launching apps. Learn how to change your strategy from going mobile to transforming the student experience.
ASU shares how their app is engaging students and driving student performance with over 2.7M total activities, 1.1M Banner & Blackboard integrated course activities and 234k personalized push notifications in their first year.
BSU’s campus mobile app is one of the highest rated in the app stores. Hear from CIO Raymond Lefebvre about their strategy and implementation.
Tosha Pham shares how their mobile solution, natively integrated with Peoplesoft, provides an engaging experience and valuable information to the University’s students.
KCTCS developed a personalized, student focused strategy to meet the needs of 16 unique colleges, 70 campuses and over 100,000 students. Learn have they’ve managed to personalize the student experience.
UTSA replaced their first mobile app, changing their strategy to focus on students first. Hear from their team on what they learned the first time around and what it takes to engage today’s students.