Talking Campus ID Tech is a series of videos on campus identification technology featuring NACCU members. These videos are presented by NACCU and produced by NACCU and AVISIAN, the publishers of CR80News.
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Contactless, NFC, and Mobile Benefits
Talking Campus ID Tech: Proximity Cards
Talking Campus ID Tech: Magstripe Technology
Talking Campus ID Tech: Barcodes
Talking Campus ID Tech: Contactless, NFC, and Mobile Benefits
A new video will be announced and posted approximately every three weeks.
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NACCU provides members access to a network of campus identification and transaction system resources to integrate and streamline campus operations, and enhance the student experience.
NACCU is ready to offer you the tools and connections you need to make your campus card transaction system work harder and smarter, delivering on-campus services to increase student satisfaction and reduce institutional costs.
What NACCU members are saying:
"Whatever stage you're at in the development of a campus card transaction system, there are successful and knowledgeable people in NACCU who have gone through exactly the same circumstances as you who are willing to help guide you through it. That is invaluable."
- David Anthony,
Ohio State University
"I was not a card service professional. I was a police officer who suddenly found that I was running a card office. The NACCU Mentor Program connected me with members who put me on a good path, gave me direction and made it easier for me to be successful."
- John Patterson,
"I've been to seven NACCU conferences. By participating in the educational sessions and learning current trends, technologies and strategies, I can enhance the program while my school is actually saving time and money."
- Jessica Bender, Palm Beach State College
"With the NACCU listserv, I get immediate access to the information that I need. It's so easy to jump on the listserv, pose a question, and get feedback or answers from colleagues who have already tackled a campus security issue successfully."
- Kathleen Ragan,
Montclair State University