Tag Archives : student engagement

OOHLALA Mobile Now Fully Integrated with Canvas LMS


Colleges Can Now Integrate Academic Information into Mobile App to Help Students Seamlessly Access Key Resources OOHLALA Mobile partners with Instructure’s leading learning management system to integrate course content and schedules into streamlined, mobile-friendly student portal  MONTREAL—OOHLALA Mobile, which partners with colleges and universities to develop mobile apps that improve student engagement and retention, today announced that it has fully…

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Partnership: Oral Roberts University


Oral Roberts University Launches Mobile App to Help Students Navigate Campus Life and Connect to Important Services Recognized higher education innovator partners with OOHLALA Mobile to develop customized app to support student retention and engagement TULSA, OK—Oral Roberts University (ORU), in partnership with OOHLALA Mobile, has launched a new mobile app designed to help students access critical campus resources and…

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Partnership: Youngstown State University


Youngstown State Launches Mobile App to Engage Students and Build Community on Campus Youngstown, OH – Aug 3, 2017 – Youngstown State University, today, announced that through a partnership with OOHLALA Mobile, students can now use their smartphones to seamlessly access course listings, event calendars, payment portals, and other critical resources. The mobile app was designed by recent college graduates…

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Partnership: San Jose State University


Partnership with OOHLALA’s popular student affairs platform will help students navigate the complexities of campus life SAN JOSE, CA – July 13, 2017 – San Jose State University today announced a partnership with OOHLALA, a mobile app used by hundreds of colleges and universities worldwide to improve student engagement and retention. The platform will enable the 33,000 students on San…

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What Could a Sobriety Movement in 2017 Mean for Student Engagement?


Whereas the offer of a mocktail or non-alcoholic-anything may have once elicited eye-rolls among most partygoers on a Saturday night, sobriety has recently gained some attention as a possible wellness trend in 2017. While the obvious question associated with this trend is why people are opting to cut down or abstain from drinking altogether, I find myself asking what seems…

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