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An event-driven mobile application adapted to schools and universities

How about an event-driven mobile application specifically designed for your establishment?

Whether you are a school or a university, a mobile application can be useful for your team as well as for your students. Beyond the fact that the application can be used for all events at your school, it can also prove to be an excellent pedagogical management tool.

What about a mobile event application?

A mobile is nowadays an indispensable tool in our daily lives. With the rise of applications of all kinds, mobile event applications have become essential in any self-respecting event. They are now part of any marketing and communication strategy and are an excellent way to increase the visibility of an event and its organizers.

What benefits could you get from them?

A mobile event application will bring light to your events to increase your visibility and attract new candidates. But beyond the marketing aspect, you could use the application in a general way as an educational management tool. This will allow your students to have at their disposal a real digital tool that will facilitate their daily life: real-time information on the latest schedule changes, access to their report cards, internship offers. It can also help you in your school management in the case of multi-campus schools, or during complex training courses with several timetables in the same branch of education.

What would an ideal student mobile application look like?

– In the STUDENTS module with the list of students, each student has a personal profile which he can fill in as he wishes at the first login, students will be assigned to groups according to their timetable ;

– In the INTERVENORS module with the list of speakers, each speaker has his own profile with his information (a biography, sharing social networks, relevant articles, documents);

– The CALENDAR module allows to divide the module into two modules, a global calendar with all the groups and courses and a personal calendar personalized for each student with his courses, options, and specialties;

– The INTERACTIVITY module with quizzes, practical cases, exercises, the possibility to set up courses evaluations and speakers that will appear in each session;

The DOCUMENTS module with various documents, courses, files, lexicon, methodology, documents can be linked to speakers and appear in their file. You could also share the results of admissions to exams or individual transcripts;

The GALLERY module with photos ;

The NEWSWIRE module is a kind of internal social network, the feed can be fed by anyone with posts or photos, everyone can like and comment on these posts ;

The PRACTICAL INFORMATION module with all the necessary practical information such as campus maps, room plans, cafeteria operation, etc…

The module INTERVIEWS or MEETINGS with virtual rooms that can be used to make virtual interviews between :

the pedagogical teams and the students;

the lecturers and the students;

the pedagogical teams and the speakers.

Here it is possible to decline the module as you want. For example, you can set up virtual courses in small groups (up to 50 participants) when the speaker cannot travel. Virtual spaces can also be created in the case of newcomers to allow them to integrate. This would be a virtual meeting space, very practical for small virtual events at the beginning of the school year.

The B3APP is also :

A push notification system that can warn of any change of schedule, change of class schedule or tutorials, change of room, absent or late speaker ;

– The possibility to do all this in a white label application with back-office training given to the pedagogical team so that they can have their hands on it and feed the platform by themselves;

the possibility of using virtual rooms for e-learning.

If you would like more information and free access to our demo test, please contact us!

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