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Preparing for Remote Orientation: Mobile Tools, Technology Readiness & Best Practices

The changing landscape for campuses means many educational institutions are transitioning to remote orientation for students and remote working conditions for administrators. In this informative webinar, you’ll learn how The University of Alabama and Maryville University have leveraged technology solutions on campus to prepare and plan for remote orientation for incoming students. You’ll explore the communication strategies and solutions to help schools manage remote orientations, including online photo submission, mobile credential and other capabilities.

Topics include:

  • Preparing and planning best practices from University of Alabama and Maryville University
  • Remotely provisioning mobile credentials for student IDs plus benefits of mobile credentials once students return to campus
  • Receiving and approving student photos remotely with online photo submission
  • Effectively communicating with incoming students

Panelists:
Jeanine Brooks, The University of Alabama
Leigh Durdle, Maryville University

Facilitator:
Dan Gretz, Transact


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