Free Webinar: How to Solve Campus Mass Notification Challenges

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Date Mar 25, 2015
Time 2:00PM EDT
Cost Free
Online
Communicating quickly and effectively is a common challenge for every college and university. This is especially true for multi-campus institutions like North Orange County Community College District (NOCCCD). With over 61,000 students and more than 2,500 employees spread across multiple locations, NOCCCD experienced real challenges trying to communicate with its campus community.

In this free webinar, Fredrick Rocha and Adam Howard of NOCCCD and Joe DiPasquale of Regroup discuss the specific challenges NOCCCD faced and how they solved them.

Date: Wednesday, March 25th
Time: 11AM PDT/2PM EDT

Highlights include:
  • Mass communication challenges and solutions
  • Overview of NOCCCD’s communication needs and requirements
  • The features and functionality that changed the way they communicate
Space will be limited to this insightful webinar, CLICK HERE to reserve your spot now.

About the Speakers

Fredrick Rocha
District Manager, IT Applications Support
NOCCCD

 
Fred has 29 years experience in classroom instruction and education stewardship positions, serving the needs of students, instructors, support staff and administrators. He is a highly innovative leader who excels at change management and the development and delivery of web services, application support and development, student and staff IT support services.

Adam Howard
Systems Analyst for the Information Services Department
NOCCCD

 
Adam does Oracle database administration, application administration for Ellucian Banner, and system integration with in-house and other third-party systems.

Joe DiPasquale
CEO
Regroup

 
Joe founded Regroup, an Emergency and Mass Notification provider, in 2006 as a solution to Stanford University’s communication challenges. At Regroup, Joe utilizes his background in technology to spearhead initiatives ranging from integrations with client systems to prototyping an early earthquake warning notification system for the City of San Francisco.

 


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