Learn about the path that Swarthmore College took to implement mobile credentials within 6 years of the inception of their OneCard program with presenter Anthony Condo.
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John Ogle, NACCU Membership Engagement Manager, interviews Jeff Koziol, Higher Education Security Specialist with Allegion in this interview, as they discuss Allegion's role in the mobile credential initiative, the benefits and considerations involved in moving to mobile, what the "100% use case" requirement means, and how technology and usage are accelerating as more campuses launch mobile credentials.
Studies show that when certain chemicals are released through the body's natural biological processes, an employee's positive attitude toward work, productivity, and efficiency increase. We will explore what leadership behaviors trigger these chemicals and what behaviors release chemicals that actually work against the ultimate survival of the organization.
Virtual EXPO Showcase: Increasing Revenues, Retention, and More with your Mobile Credential with Payd
In this session, you'll learn how Payd has made your credential to do so much more! Payd is dedicated to improving the student experience on campuses across the globe - from bolstering school revenues to increasing student retention. Explore how built-in technologies will make your students' lives easier with tools such as a self-serve onboarding system that is KYC approved, an advanced loyalty program that goes well beyond the meal plan, and our FinTech platform that will help students pay for their schooling while they're in school.
John Ogle, NACCU Membership Experience and Education Director, interviews Jon Lawrence, Vice-President, Product Strategy with CBORD. They discuss the factors influencing the shift of the mobile credential from a benefit to a necessity, the future of a seamless connected campus, and how biometrics fit into the picture.
With many older software systems nearing end of life, we’ve reached an inflection point: should we keep certain applications hosted and maintained in house, or has the time come to look up to the cloud? In this webinar, we will explore key functions that are increasingly moving to the cloud in higher education, and we will demonstrate some of the latest cloud-based solutions available to help.
John Ogle, NACCU Member Experience and Education Director, interviews Dave Halbach, Assistant Director, University Center with University of Wisconsin - Whitewater, as they discuss changes in roles and responsibilities, and a variety of projects tackled over the summer of 2022, including migration of the card transaction system to Transact's cloud, upgrading the ID card software, printers, and cash registers, and planning for implementation of mobile ordering.
Asking for a raise or compensation in the workplace can be awkward and uncomfortable but if you are well prepared the process will be more bearable and you may be pleasantly surprised by the outcome! Preparing both your mindset and your research prior to your conversation is key! Having a strategy in place will help you to prepare for a successful and fluent negotiation. This Ted Talk will share some very helpful tips that will teach you to better prepare your negotiating skills and properly demonstrate your contribution, and value to the company.
HID John Ogle, NACCU Membership Experience and Education Director, interviews Tim Nyblom, Director - End User Business Development, Higher Education with HID. They discuss a new HID team member that NACCU members may know, what's been happening at HID, what trends have emerged as Tim and the HID team have been meeting others at in-person events, and an exciting announcement from HID regarding the upcoming NACCU 2023 Annual Conference in Austin!
Learn about Ohio State's approach to capturing, logging, and providing useful audit data for card production activity done in InstantID, using features found in the software, along with the customization toolkit.
Dawn Thomas, NACCU CEO, interviews Ryan Audus, Vice President of Product Strategy with TouchNet, as they discuss TouchNet's OneCard program and how it supports campus plans to go mobile and utilize user data to deliver quality service to the community.
While on-campus learning and events have returned, the hybrid classroom and workforce are part of our new normal. Your secure connected campus starts with trusted identities for students, staff, and visitors. Join this webinar to learn about contactless card issuance that lets students, faculty, and others securely submit their photos online for remote validation and ID card issuance. ID cards can then be picked up or delivered by mail. As well, mobile IDs can be used to provide a truly contactless experience across campus. No more long wait queues, no more poor quality cards that lack durability and security, and a great new branding opportunity for your school.
Working with students is why most of us enjoy what we do. How do we make certain they leave us with skills they can transfer to any work environment? We'll look into assessment, training, and management tools for a card office.
Jörrun Liston, NACCU Member Experience and Education Director, interviews Richard Wynn, Director of the Eagle Card Program with Georgia Southern University, as they discuss Georgia Southern's implementation of mobile credentials, some of the benefits of using a mobile credential, and how mobile credentials will change the face of the traditional card office.
Jörrun Liston, NACCU Member Experience and Education Director, interviews Christina Mowsakowski, RebelCard Senior Program Manager with the University of Nevada Las Vegas, as they discuss a summer project to preprint all RebelCards for which students submitted their photos online. These students were able to skip the line and pick their card up at a location reserved away from the office traffic to reduce the line for the front office.
What does a manageable work and personal life balance look like? Meghan Rosenberg from Babson College led us as we watched a short TED Talk on work and home life balance and then discussed some steps we may be able to implement to achieve these balances.
A behind-the-scenes look at one of the nation's largest self-operated off-campus merchant programs. Topics include how the program is structured, how merchants are onboarded, and the technology put in place to make paying and reconciling over $4 million of annual off-campus activity to nearly 100 different merchant partners a quick and easy process.
Dawn Thomas, NACCU CEO, interviews Joshua Bodnar, Director of BuckID, with The Ohio State University, as they discuss a major summer project which entails updating campus technology, hardware, badges and processes for a future move to contactless and mobile. Click the image below to watch now!
Does your campus recognize the treasure trove of data residing in the card system? Is that data being used for student interventions or campus enhancements? No matter your answers, let's talk about what we have, your methods for sharing it, and just how useful it can be to our campus communities.
Watch as two campuses share their experiences with Genetec in a unified environment. Clemson University and SUNY Binghamton will provide insights.
Hear how several different campuses approach their off-campus merchant programs and why. Panelists will share information about the structure of their program, what roles their partners play, how the program fits into their overall operation, and answer questions from the audience.
See how Sentry Interactive can help you address the challenges of providing credentials to your students, faculty and staff in a world where the supply chain is causing challenges. With this new platform, we will show how you can leverage existing deployed solutions to provide both investment protection and an upscale user experience.
Have you been using IDWorks 6.5 and are anxious about making the jump to TruCredential / Instant ID? Come and learn some tips and tricks from schools that have already made the jump and can help you to plan for a smooth transition.
Taking a collaborative approach with your business partner and campus community to have a seamless Mobile Only Student Experience.
Dawn Thomas, NACCU CEO, interviews Evolis Channel Sales Manager, Jeremy Jones. The two discuss Evolis solutions to card office challenges, the company’s newly launched Primacy 2 card printer, and how they have successfully navigated today’s economic environment.
There is a new generation of cloud-based solutions that are purpose-built for card issuance, photo upload, and identity management that offer a range of specific features beyond what many campuses have available to them at present. Hear which solutions NC State chose and how they integrated them throughout their campus.
Watch a discussion on The University of Alabama Action Card’s recent financial and IT audit experience. What were the areas of focus? Discussions include the scope of the audit which included electronic record-keeping for vendor contract terms, daily financial reconciliations and segregation of duties, compliance with institutional standards, designed IT controls, system access and application controls, plus more.
Learn How to Efficiently Issue Campus ID Cards Effortlessly Across All Locations During Peak Periods with a Proven 8 Step System.
Transact Mobile Ordering is an industry-leading solution providing the ultimate convenience for campuses with real-time mobile ordering and more. Learn how Transact Mobile Ordering is transforming the student mobile experience beyond just food ordering to include services such as reservations, student fundraisers, event registration, and card office payments.
The prevalence of the cloud is seemingly everywhere, and more and more traditional applications are heading in this direction. Whether it’s to watch the latest Netflix show at home or create a presentation using Office365 we use cloud solutions around every turn and the benefits are obvious. We no longer need to download any software, information is synced between all your devices, and you can literally access the application from anywhere. As such, it’s no surprise that cloud-based card issuance solutions have started to pop up with varying level of capabilities. The appeal is real and moving to a cloud-based card issuance solution may be easier than you thought.
As with any transformational project, implementing a mobile version of your campus ID requires collaboration and planning across multiple divisions and offices across an institution. In this webinar, we visit with Joe Harting, Director of Campus Operations at Northern Arizona University, and Ryan Audus, Vice President of Product Strategy at TouchNet, to discuss what it takes to implement mobile ID technology for higher education and how it can take your campus experience to the next level.
Wireless locks, card readers, campus ID cards, mobile credentials, panic hardware, mag locks, and electric strikes—there’s a lot to know about access control on college and university campuses. As electronics become more prevalent on your campus, it is important to understand the fundamentals. This webinar will explore the basics of access control and door hardware solutions, including discussion on student ID cards and mobile credentials. This session will be done in panel format. Join the discussion and hear from your peers to get an idea of what access control looks like on their campuses.
The era of crowded, overworked card offices should be nearing an end. There is no longer a need for handling cards for each and every student, faculty member, staff, or visitor. There is a more efficient and practical way which will improve your efficiency, minimize health risks, and improve security.
Dawn Thomas, NACCU CEO, interviews Rasheed Behrooznia, General Manager of Campus ID Solutions with Transact, as they discuss how mobile credentials are evolving as student expectations change.
Every higher education institution across the country is currently feeling the pinch of shortages, whether those come in the form of labor shortages, supply chain disruptions, or both. In response, many have been forced to increase wages, close locations, and take other measures that severely impact business operations. In the face of these challenges, new solutions can be the determining factor in whether the impact is minor or more long-term. Join us as we discuss the ways CBORD solutions directly address these shortages and provide opportunities to cut costs, optimize your existing resources, and revitalize revenue, both now and in the future.
Dawn Thomas, NACCU CEO, interviews Scott Murray, Senior System Specialist with the University of Denver, as they discuss how the university brought an autonomous grocery store to their campus community and what lessons were learned along the way.
In this webinar, we explore all of the new features and enhancements of MyPhoto5, the next generation of Online Photo Submission.
John Ogle, NACCU Member Engagement Manager, interviews Mark Degan, Director - Corporate Marketing, as they discuss how our industry has been affected by supply shortages, and what's new at ColorID.
John Ogle, NACCU Member Engagement Manager, interviews Dave Falldien, Manager of Sales Engineering with TouchNet, as they discuss the biggest opportunities and obstacles for card program advancement, the future of the plastic card and mobile credentials, the acceleration of the move to cloud services, and more.
Dawn Thomas, NACCU CEO, interviews Jim Hoefflin, President and CEO for The CBORD Group in this interview, as they discuss the importance of facing the challenges of automation, optimization, and ROI when assessing your systems and solutions.
Dawn Thomas, NACCU CEO, interviews AJ Jacubenta, President and CEO for MyPhoto in this interview, as they discuss the exciting new features and functionality in MyPhoto5!
John Ogle, NACCU Membership Engagement Manager, interviews Jeff Koziol, Business Development Manager - PACS Partners with Allegion in this interview, as they discuss interoperability pertaining to ID card technology. Will the system you are building now grow with you into the future?
Dawn Thomas, NACCU CEO, interviews Tim Nyblom, End User Business Manager – Higher Education with HID Global in this interview, as they discuss how schools are migrating to new credential technologies (mobile and plastic) that streamline and automate processes.
Join us as we announce and recognize the recipients of our NACCU 2022 Awards!
Thinking of implementing a digital wallet/key/identification solution? Humber successfully implemented ONECard last fall and will be adding additional functionality this year. At this session, Ryan will detail Humber’s journey thus far as well as its future release plans. Ryan will also speak to how the team transformed the campus experience and what steps Humber is taking to drive adoption. Remember: Hope is not a strategy, and nothing big comes from thinking small.
Have you ever wondered why some people know exactly what they want to do their entire lives while others seem to be on a continual search for fulfillment? What happens when you are a person with so many interests that you can’t pick one? Join this conversation to learn how being versed in many different areas can be a benefit to society, your life, and your career.
Watch to learn about the latest HID Global updates around the mobile conversation. How does mobile transform your campus? How does a mobile credential enhance the overall student experience? How does mobile provide greater operational efficiency? What mobile considerations should your campus be thinking about? Where is this mobile market heading? What comes next?
Every year nearly 80 members volunteer to serve on NACCU Committees. Whether your interest is with member engagement, professional development, volunteer development, technology research, or serving as a NACCU Ambassador, we have a place for you to volunteer! Join us for this brief webinar and learn about the various committee volunteer opportunities available for NACCU members! We would love to have you join us in serving our community!
Are you looking to upgrade from ID Works to Instant ID? Have you purchased it but are still waiting to implement? Or have you already gone through the transition at your school? If so, please watch this webinar as the experts from Entrust will walk through what you can do with Instant ID and how to get the most of your deployment. They’ cover what the differences are between ID Works and Instant ID, what to expect with Instant ID, including key tips & tricks with the migration, and the resources available to you in the card office.
We are excited to share ColorID’s CloudSuite solutions for identification management, secure issuance, photo upload, and visitor management. These products are purpose-built and offer a range of specific features beyond what many campuses have available to them today. This presentation will show our customers how to maximize their card office efficiency and streamline the production and management of credentials (both physical & digital). Learn how you can achieve “vendor independence” and how to take advantage of some amazing limited-time promotions!