University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire will be delighting retuning students with a new mobile app integrated to PeopleSoft and Desire2Learn on iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry and Windows 8 devices. UW-Eau Claire students will have access to everything they need from course info to campus news, events and even the availability of the computer lab at anytime, anywhere.
UW-Eau Claire is the 3rd Wisconsin school to select Dub Labs joining UW-Stout and Northeast Wisconsin Technical College.
Oklahoma Baptist University has always been ranked as one of the top schools nationally. Now it will also be known as one offering the top mobile technology to students.
OBU Mobile will let students and prospective students interact with the entire campus, including integrations to Banner and Moodlerooms, from their iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows 8 and BlackBerry devices.
OBU needed a solution that could be up and running quickly, without straining their IT staff, met the feature needs of students and fell within their budget. We’re excited to welcome OBU and launch their mobile app!
Javeriana is one of the largest universities in South America with over 22,000 students in 18 colleges and will be among the first higher education institutions in South America to provide students with an integrated mobile app on iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry and Windows 8 devices. Congrats to Pontificia Universidad Javeriana on being a leader in mobile technology!
John Carroll University is launching a mobile app with Banner and LMS integrations and it will be live in the app stores before the start of their Fall semester. The new JCU mobile app will provide students with access to their course assignments, grades and other LMS/Banner data as well as updates from the 2013 JCU Football season.
John Carroll evaluated several vendors before selecting Dub Labs for its easy implementation process (6 weeks to mobile) and true Banner/LMS integrations.Welcome to Dub Labs JCU!
JCU joins, Xavier, Tiffin, Walsh, Lake Erie College and Ohio Northern as the latest Ohio schools to go mobile with Dub Labs.
Clark Atlanta University, will soon provide students mobile access (iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry and Windows 8 devices) to all their course info, assignments, grades, notifications and more with an app integrated to Banner and WebCT
CAU evaluated several vendors before selecting Dub Labs for its open and customizable platform, student centric features and easy implementation.
NWTC is one of the largest and most advanced technical colleges in the country with over 42,000 students and state-of-the art facilities. That technology will soon include a robust and intuitive mobile app with integrations to PeopleSoft and their LMS, so students at one of the largest technical colleges will soon have all that technology available to them on any mobile device.
All 3 community colleges, Moorpark, Oxnard and Ventura, of the Ventura County Community College District are going mobile with an app integrated to Banner and Desire2Learn.
The 3 colleges will be among the first in California to provide students with real mobile access to course info and other integrated features within Banner and Desire2Learn.