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The last blog post summarizing our customer roundtable call shared how campuses are empowering environmental sustainability efforts. Here we wrap up the year with insights and best practices gleaned from four roundtable calls that took place in August, September, October and November.
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Enabling student-driven teams
Universities are linking students to opportunities by making them part of the creation of their mobile apps. In one example, it invited students to build their ideas into the school’s campus application using the Modo platform. After attending a special workshop on XModule™ for Modo Campus™, they built modules to represent their ideas. The winning idea introduced a new service tied to the school’s food bank operations. This is especially impactful considering that students on campus might be dealing with heightened food insecurity issues now that dining halls are closed.
Other hyper personalized experiences that are being offered through XModule include digital student IDs, a COVID-19 health assessment tool, course schedules, and degree progress.
Embracing the app as the new campus
Whether students, faculty, and staff are on campus or at home, the app is the unifying point between schools and their key constituents. By treating the apps as a continuous open door for interacting with students, faculty and staff members, schools gain a powerful tool for engagement at any time no matter where people are located. What enables this is a unified experience where all key information and resources are in one place, supported by hyper personalization that ensures users see what’s most meaningful and relevant to them.
Delegating to streamline app creation and management
Many school IT teams benefit from the ability to delegate responsibility for different modules or areas of their mobile campus apps to the people or department closest to those topics. By doing so, they offload themselves of extra work while ensuring the school’s app can be frequently updated with fresh content.
As you can see from these examples, schools are calling upon their Modo-powered mobile apps in different ways, to address a variety of needs. Whether it’s democratizing the development of their apps or evolving them to address changing needs, they are easily able to accommodate their needs with the user-friendly Modo platform.
On the next call and blog post (in a month) we’ll share more key learnings from the Modo User Group.
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