Campus transaction and payment solutions provider, Transact, will host a virtual town hall discussion covering students’ safe return to campuses and using technology in innovative ways to facilitate social distancing and limit person-to-person interactions.
Executives from Tufts University, Grand Canyon University, and Georgia Institute of Technology will all share their experiences during the “Preparing for Back to School with Transact Mobile Ordering – A Powerful Tool to Enforce Social Distancing” event.
The town hall event is free to attend, and available on-demand.
Institutions regularly look for unique ways to serve students, and the pandemic has increased complexity by introducing the need to adhere to social distancing requirements and to limit person-to-person interaction. This virtual town hall discussion involves a panel of experienced campus leaders who will share how they have used technologies, like Transact’s mobile ordering, to serve students and faculty while maintaining social distancing.
Panel members include:
- Melody Vuong Chau, Associate Director, Retail & Catering, Tufts University
- Tamra DeSanti, Campus Technology Operations Manager, Grand Canyon University
- Karla Gibson, Senior Manager, IT Service Delivery, Georgia Institute of Technology
The panel will cover a number of topics, including:
- Key considerations before implementing and adopting a mobile ordering operation.
- Best practices and key strategies for implementing mobile ordering on your campus.
- Unique uses of mobile ordering beyond campus dining operations.
Registration is now open for those interested in joining the Virtual Town Hall Discussion: “Preparing for Back to School with Transact Mobile Ordering – A Powerful Tool to Enforce Social Distancing.”