How A Modern Intranet Provides Accessibility & Community
“ [MangoApps has become] the most important and the primary medium through which our instructors, our workshop facilitators, the tutors, and others who are offering academic programming at the prison communicate. ”
– Rebecca Ginsburg, Associate Professor and Director
University of Illinois Case Study
A non-profit organization dedicated to helping inmates receive an education, known as the Education of Justice Program (EJP), wanted to find an effective way to keep all staff members interconnected and capable of sharing information with one another.
Thus, the EJP began their search to find an effective communication and collaboration platform. After doing extensive research to find the right fit for their program, the team chose MangoApps for its usability and the inclusive community it provides for their team.
In this case study, you will learn how the University of Illinois used MangoApps to:
- Encourage workers to log on and participate in their online community
- Share time-sensitive information with others in a quick, reliable way
- Build a successful and supportive community of people despite not sharing the same physical space
Download this case study to get a better understanding of how MangoApps helped University of Illinois transform the way they communicate, collaborate, and share information.