The un-connected campus. In the physical world, campuses are well-connected environments; easy to meet face-to-face, discuss topics, debate, research and co-create. But online, it’s still a very different story. Students have limited options to connect with their peers and lecturers, and when they can, the experience is often underwhelming. Staff are isolated on intranets; resorting to email or clunky websites for the majority of student comms. And alumni – the largest, and arguably the most valuable audience of all – are routinely disconnected at the point of graduation.
A lost opportunity.
With fewer students attending campus, staff increasingly displaced, and with less opportunity for face-to-face interaction, bringing valuable audiences together to support learners with their course choices, outcomes, interventions, mentoring and wellbeing, has never been greater. But universities spend £000s on systems that are often one-way, incompatible or dated, and fail to provide intelligent user data in a way that improves student experience and outcomes.
Hubl is a community and ecosystem that brings the learners, educators, alumni and businesses together on a single platform for the first time. An online environment open to all, but is personalised to individuals’ current interests and relationship with the university. And one that transcends traditional university boundaries.
One native mobile application, packed with the most useful features designed to unite and connect a multitude of valuable audiences and sub-groups on a single platform. Hubl successfully replaces outdated systems and under-performing applications at a fraction of the cost, whilst opening up a huge variety of new opportunities in student experience, audience collaboration and data insight.
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