CampusBird: Modo Labs; US News & World Report; New Interactive Map Partners
There’s a whole lot going on with concept3D’s CampusBird interactive map and media platform. In the past month we’ve announced a new integration with Modo Labs’ Kurogo Mobile Campus Solution, welcomed several new schools to the CampusBird family, and enjoyed sharing the news about CampusBird schools that made US News & World Reports 2017 list of top US graduate schools.
CampusBird’s Interactive Mapping Platform Now Feeds Directly into the Kurogo Mobile Solution for Creating Campus-Wide Apps
CampusBird is excited to announce our integration with Modo Labs’ Kurogo Mobile Campus Solution, the leading mobile campus engagement and communications platform for universities.
The integration allows joint customers to provide a single comprehensive mobile app for students, parents, staff and alumni, with seamless, one-tap access to the school’s CampusBird interactive map as an embedded part of the Modo mobile campus app. Additionally, the CampusBird / Kurogo integration enhances the ability of admissions, marketing and other departments to promote their unique campus experience with mobile-ready virtual tours, photos, directions, campus information, and more. Read more about the CampusBird / Modo Labs integration.
CampusBird Schools Make US News & World Report’s list of 2017 Best Graduate Schools
On March 16, US News & World Report released its 2017 Best Graduate Schools. CampusBird partners on the list include Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business, Carnegie Mellon, Duke, University of California, Irvine, ASU, and OHSU, among others. Read more.
Maryville launches CampusBird
Includes self-guided historical walking tour; virtual sustainability tour; videos; photos; and more
On March 1, Maryville College announced the launch of its new CampusBird-powered interactive campus mapping system. Located in Tennessee between the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Knoxville, Maryville College is a nationally ranked institution of higher learning focused on the liberal arts and professional preparation. Read more.