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How personalization will drive higher edtech in 2017


Harnessing the power of personalization features inside your campus mobile services will resonate with incoming and current students.

2. Course Content Delivery: For today’s busy students, improving performance is all about better delivery and access to course information. Instead of searching, students want course content delivered to them. Easy access to any updates, discussions, new assignments, grades and more helps to keep students engaged and on-track.

3. Ability to Add and Drop Classes: While the intuitive design of a campus mobile app can make viewing course information a breeze, native integrations takes convenience one step further by enabling students to add and drop classes at the push of a button.

4. Buy Books: One-click access to all course materials is another benefit of enterprise integrations and an appealing feature to today’s on-demand generation. By integrating with enterprise systems, course materials from the campus bookstore can be auto-populated in one’s campus mobile app and purchased with one click.

5. Chat: Students want to connect to each other, and not just socially. Incorporating group chats and classroom discussions into one’s campus mobile app helps students stay focused and find others with similar classroom needs and questions.

Today’s students are living in an on-demand world where convenience and personalization are the norm. As institutions struggle to keep up with the wants and demands of this new generation, a robust, natively integrated mobile strategy can become a vital tool in helping to keep these students engaged.

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