View the map to get walking routes, turn-by-turn directions, real-time GPS bus routes and expected arrival times, and find locations of buildings. Students can access class schedules with details, times, locations, and instructors contact information, campus parking information, and more.
View current news, upcoming events, tweets, and see what the weather is like at all campus locations. Search the directory to find contact information of Faculty, Staff, and Students when you are on the move. You can view photos from around campus and get a glimpse of WSU.
Get notifications of alerts on campus, an emergency response checklist of helpful tips, and a phone list of emergency contacts at the palm of your hand.
The application is available in English, Afrikaans or French.
Access to the following is available:
• Learner Personal Information
• Learner Absenteeism
• Learner Conduct
• Learner Library Usage / Textbooks issued
• Academic Assessments
• School Newsletters
• School Calendar and Activities
• Instant Notifications from the school
• Your Account balance
To apply to your child’s School:
1. DOWNLOAD the application on your device(s).
2. Register yourself as a new user
3. Select your child's school.
4. Contact your child's school and wait for the school to approve and activate your access.
To evaluate our Mobile Application with Sample data use the following Log-in credentials:
Username: Demo Guardian 2
mCampus is a mobile-based academic information portal, which is integrated with Academic Management Information System as the back-end system. Users may access their academic-related data and interact with campus communities. mCampus is free for campuses that have connected to Gamatechno's system. Your campus may join mCampus community to offer a better service for the students.
In order to provide the back-end system, Gamatechno also offers eCampuz, a cloud-based Academic Management Information System for your flexibility. Feel free to enjoy its live demo at www.eCampuz.com.
This app is a valuable tool for educators, students, practitioners, faculty and university administrators, who are interested in aspects of higher education law from a local and global perspective. Students and practitioners often have several legal questions and concerns about their professional rights and responsibilities on issues such as the legal implication of use of social media tools, privacy rights, freedom of expression, copyright, patent and trademark and much more.
This Higher Education Law Global Portal is part of East Tennessee State University’s instructional grant for the internationalization of ELPA 7822: Higher Education Law. We look forward to a continued and sustained global interactive time in this portal. This portal will serve as a hub or network for the access, dissemination and retrieval of important legal resources and materials pertinent to higher education law both in the United States and globally. Our partner institutions overseas have also agreed to participate in legal information and resource dissemination. We are grateful for their input into the portal.
The Higher Education Law Global portal/hub will serve as:
A dynamic platform for faculty and student exchanges of global, international and local ideas, publications, resources and materials on higher education law.
A “virtual discussion forum room” for mutual global exchanges on legal and policy analysis topics on issues pertaining to higher education.
A network where the creation of multi-media such as podcasts and videos of selected legal comparative topics by professionals’ and students world-wide would be encouraged. These learning resources will be made available and accessible to all students enrolled in the course at ETSU, to the ETSU community and to our global partners,
A “24/7” access portal for international higher education law resources.
As an educator, practitioner, university administrator or student of the law are you desirous of finding pertinent information about issues pertaining to higher education law both locally and globally? Are you interested in becoming knowledgeable about aspects of social media, privacy rights, and legal decision making from a local, cross-cultural or global perspective? Do you have questions such as: Who owns the e-learning materials and resources that I create? What are the legal implications of ownership? Who can access my materials and use them, and under what conditions should I make it available to everyone? Is it legal, is it practical?” Can I use my photos on facebook?” Am I infringing copyright law by using photos from my course on Facebook? Valuable legal resources, appropriate responses, blog contributions, discussion forums from students and practitioners in the field locally and internationally are provided in this app.
The global portal is designed not only to provide you with legal materials and tools that will be useful from a global and comparative higher education perspective, but is designed to teach you about the process of legal decision-making from a higher education law perspective in the US and globally. From time to time, we will be having online guest speakers in hub/network either in the form of pre-recorded YouTube videos or synchronously in "real time" who will comment on and add to specific topics in the global portal.