LCCC Launches Free Mobile App to Improve Access for Students and the Community

Lorain County Community College recently launched free mobile app for iPhone and iPod touch – LCCC Mobile – which helps students, alumni and members of the community stay connected with LCCC from any location, on or off campus.

{mosimage}LCCC Mobile is a multi-featured mobile application that can be downloaded through the App Store from any iOS mobile device including iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. The app offers access to the campus directory, news, videos, course search, emergency contact information, an interactive campus map and more.
 
LCCC Mobile is part of a much bigger mobile strategy aimed at providing better access to students using smartphones and other mobile devices. LCCC’s Bookstore already offers more than 150 textbooks that can be downloaded to an iPad, and this fall many distance learning students will be able to access their course information from their smartphone.

LCCC Mobile is currently available for iPhone, iPod and can be loaded on an iPad. Apps for Android and Blackberry devices will be available by the end of summer 2011.

For more information about LCCC Mobile, visit www.lorainccc.edu/lcccmobile.

LCCC Launches Free Mobile App to Improve Access for Students and the Community

Lorain County Community College recently launched free mobile app for iPhone and iPod touch – LCCC Mobile – which helps students, alumni and members of the community stay connected with LCCC from any location, on or off campus.

{mosimage}LCCC Mobile is a multi-featured mobile application that can be downloaded through the App Store from any iOS mobile device including iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. The app offers access to the campus directory, news, videos, course search, emergency contact information, an interactive campus map and more.
 
LCCC Mobile is part of a much bigger mobile strategy aimed at providing better access to students using smartphones and other mobile devices. LCCC’s Bookstore already offers more than 150 textbooks that can be downloaded to an iPad, and this fall many distance learning students will be able to access their course information from their smartphone.

LCCC Mobile is currently available for iPhone, iPod and can be loaded on an iPad. Apps for Android and Blackberry devices will be available by the end of summer 2011.

For more information about LCCC Mobile, visit www.lorainccc.edu/lcccmobile.

LCCC Launches Free Mobile App to Improve Access for Students and the Community

Lorain County Community College recently launched free mobile app for iPhone and iPod touch – LCCC Mobile – which helps students, alumni and members of the community stay connected with LCCC from any location, on or off campus.

{mosimage}LCCC Mobile is a multi-featured mobile application that can be downloaded through the App Store from any iOS mobile device including iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. The app offers access to the campus directory, news, videos, course search, emergency contact information, an interactive campus map and more.
 
LCCC Mobile is part of a much bigger mobile strategy aimed at providing better access to students using smartphones and other mobile devices. LCCC’s Bookstore already offers more than 150 textbooks that can be downloaded to an iPad, and this fall many distance learning students will be able to access their course information from their smartphone.

LCCC Mobile is currently available for iPhone, iPod and can be loaded on an iPad. Apps for Android and Blackberry devices will be available by the end of summer 2011.

For more information about LCCC Mobile, visit www.lorainccc.edu/lcccmobile.

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