Unlocking Innovation: Mobile Access Evolution on Campus

Join HID for an update on the evolving landscape of mobile credentials on the higher education campus. We’ll explore why mobile credentials are continuing to be a top trend in the higher ed space. 

Our session will also recap the 2024 NACCU HID session, “The Voices that Matter – Students Speak on Mobile Credentials”. The input from students on mobile access technology gives a unique perspective to security and facility managers from the actual users on the ground.  

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The Road to Becoming a High Performing Card Office

The NACCU Standards and Guidelines (SAGs) program provides a roadmap toward becoming a High Performing Card Office based on our industry’s professional standards. The SAGs self-evaluation program results can be used to guide strategic plans, highlight opportunities and strengths, and identify weaknesses and areas that need development. The SAGs evaluation tool provides for a consistent process which can be replicated to ensure that the assessment cycle continue.

Join the SAGs faculty to learn more about the Standards and Guidelines program, how SAGs can help your program, and how you can get started.

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NACCU – From Access to Assistance Evolving Student ID Cards for Mental Health.mp4

Discover how the University of Minnesota’s U Card Office successfully transformed traditional student ID cards into a tool for well-being. In this webinar, we’ll delve into our journey, including why it matters, design elements, resource integration, and implementation strategies. Join us to learn how you can enhance student well-being and your institution’s brand image through a more compassionate and supportive campus card approach.

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Dining Tech Triumphs: How 2 Campuses Brought Tech to Dining & Retail

Bringing technology into dining and retail operations improves customer service and allows staff to do more with less through the use of innovative point-of-sale solutions. Kiosks can be used to order, pay, or both, while biometric hand readers provide access and deduct from a meal plan or declining balance. And both solutions are more cost-effective than a cashier over time. 

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Simple Strategies for Guaranteeing Tech Adoption Among Students

No one wants to go through the time and expense of implementing a new solution that won’t be readily adopted by users. Even so, what bold, new technologies would your campus use if student adoption was assured? Student adoption doesn’t have to be a gamble. Join us to learn how Auburn University, Swarthmore College, and the University of North Carolina achieved early success with adoption of their mobile credential programs.

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Choosing a New Technology

Organizations often choose technologies for shortsighted reasons. There is a better way with three questions to ask and 10 criteria to evaluate. If you are looking to source a new solution now or sometime soon, this session is for you.  Discover how to best maximize value for your institution’s scarce dollars before you “go out to the places you will be from.”

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The Impact of Physical Identity in Today’s Digital Era

We live in a world that continues its rapid growth towards mobile and digital formats for various everyday tasks. This growth has led to the creation of Digital IDs. But with secured features to protect a physical card from being tampered with, giving a cardholder a sense of belonging and enabling authentication by authorities, physical identities will remain impactful in the Identity issuance space for a very long time. 

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