MONROE, La. – The University of Louisiana Monroe released its newly designed digital view book for prospective students. The digital book was commissioned by the ULM Admissions department as a new way of interacting with students.
The view book can be accessed at http://view.ulm.edu.
The new view book features a completely interactive and responsive experience for students. Its responsive layout means that no matter what device a student or parent uses to access the view book, it adapts, says Seth Hall, Director of High School Recruitment.
“No matter if you open it on a computer, smartphone or tablet, the view book will adjust to the space and size of the device,” explains Hall. “Plus, the view book also allows us to get contact information for students so we can follow up this personal view book experience to answer any questions and give each student the individual experience with which ULM prides itself.”
Each interested student can choose their own ULM experience based on what areas of study they are interested in, which campus organizations they might like to join, financial aid and scholarship opportunities, campus amenities such as housing, the activity center, and highlights campus-wide events and traditions.
In the past, recruiting view book was a physical piece that limited which programs could be highlighted due to space and size. Now the view book can feature all the programs ULM offers without overwhelming the reader.
“This cutting edge digital view book is just another way for ULM to adapt and attract a student body that uses technology and social media to interact with its university. We are seeing these changes already and are excited to be ahead of the curve to attract the next generation of students,” says Hall.
Digital Wave, a web design and mobile application firm specializing in interactive view books based out of Huntingdon Valley, Pa., designed the ULM digital viewbook
Digital Wave has produced digital view books for Rutgers, University of Kentucky, University of Texas-Dallas, and other leading universities and colleges.