Most institutions have barely scratched the surface of the latest innovations in mobile fundraising. Here are key actions recommended by those who are making headway.
It’s extremely challenging and costly to build an in-house mobile donation platform, not only because of the technology, but also because of privacy and compliance issues.
That’s why most universities choose to work with providers that have it all figured out, says Caryn Stein, vice president of marketing at higher ed consulting firm Ruffalo Noel Levitz.
When vetting a vendor, keep these questions in mind:
University and college professors face new and exciting challenges today due to technological advances in smartphones and smartwatches and the implanted devices that are currently being tested. Students’ growing dependence on smartphones does not stop at the classroom door.
Mobile apps, text alerts, personal panic buttons and other new technologies give students more ways to communicate safety concerns.
The growing interest in artificial intelligence may hold the key to a more personalized learning experience.