Canadian schools are discovering the power of an interactive map platform

December 16, 2014 by Sam Slater

From CampusBird Blog

More than 100 American and Australian colleges and universities have seen the marketing power of an interactive 3D map. Now, CampusBird is available in Canada.

 

Recently, Wilfrid Laurier University realized the value of bringing their campus to life online–for admissions, student services and marketing. Allowing prospective students to visualize your campus will increase visits and applications. Virtual tour builder gives you the power to create tours at will, and show off your school.

Help students, alums and campus visitors get where they need to go, plan their visit and navigate via a mobile device with a fully-loaded map. Google’s directions stop at the front door, but CampusBird WayFinding, offers full support for multi-floor buildings across campus.

Experience the power of CampusBird’s robust map management platform, virtual tours, interactive 3D map, user-friendly interface, scheduled content, lead generation–and now point-to-point navigation. 

Topics: Campus MapCampusBirdCollege Campus ToursInteractive 3D Map

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