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CU Boulder Launches CampusBird Map and Tour Platform

From CampusBird Blog

concept3D is proud to announce that CU Boulder is the latest major university to launch on our CampusBird platform, designed for education institutions.

The CampusBird experience offers 3D, highly detailed interactive maps of both campus grounds and building interiors as well as the ability to highlight off-campus attractions and resources.

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Campus Map Spotlight: Berry College

From CampusBird Blog

This month we will be highlighting Berry College, a comprehensive liberal-arts college in Rome, Georgia. The college student body is 2,073 undergrads, however, Berry College is the world’s largest contiguous college campus. Woah!

The campus covers over 27,000 acres of woodlands, meadows, and streams. Berry has 15 classroom facilities, 10 residence halls, both of which make up a portion of the 47 primary buildings on campus. The landscape, buildings, and landmarks are showcased through detailed, 3D renders.

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Planning Ahead: When to Launch Your Campus Map

From CampusBird Blog

Launching your campus map at the ideal time for your students, staff and visitors plays a large role in the success of your map. After all, the map is created primarily for those needing information about the campus. It provides the perfect opportunity to help visitors and newcomers find their way around, while also showcasing the school’s biggest selling points.

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Virtual Reality in Higher Education News Roundup

From CampusBird Blog

If you’re a higher education director of marketing, web communications, or admissions chances are good you have thought about how to integrate virtual reality into the mix. From virtual tours to immersive recruiting experiences and more, virtual reality is rapidly making its way into the world of higher education.

Below is a roundup of recent news stories about VR in higher education.

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Campus Technology for Back-to-School

From CampusBird Blog

Students today are fully tuned-in to their campus technology. For optimized engagement with your student body, and a smooth transition for new students moving in, schools around the country are implementing technologies such as mobile apps other software to smooth things out. 

These tools help make moving in a breeze for incoming freshman unfamiliar with college life and the layout of their campus, and can also help current students, staff, alumni, and parents enjoy themselves. Here are four tools that schools across the U.S. are using for Back-to-School 2017. Read more »