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National American University Announces Newly-Released Mobile App

May 21, 2013

National American University (NAU) recently released a mobile application for Apple, Android, and Blackberry phones. The mobile app was designed to aid students in allocating their time better with their online courses.

Rapid City, SD (PRWEB) May 21, 2013

National American University (NAU) released a new smartphone app recently, designed to help students increase efficiency and improve time management skills to aid in their online college courses. The app allows students to check their grades, converse with classmates, and complete their class assignments in the online class enviornment. Students can also view NAU news as soon as it’s released, as well as take part in the school’s official Facebook and Twitter feeds.

The NAU app is ideal for busy students who always seem to be on the go and is available for Apple, Android, and Blackberry phones.

“We are pleased to offer students a way to stay connected with their online classes, school news, and information,” said John Buxton, CEO of National American University. “With smartphones playing a large role in today’s society, particularly for college students, we believe the app will be successful in helping students efficiently manage their time with online classes.”

According to a study by the Student Engagement and Experience Journal, more students are turning to smartphones to enhance their experience of learning. Once students begin using their smartphones for learning they appreciate the benefits and possibilities that exist with learning technology.

About: National American University (“NAU”) is a regionally accredited, proprietary, multi-campus institution of higher learning offering associate, bachelor´s, and master´s degree programs in health care and business-related disciplines. Accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, NAU has been providing technical and professional career education since 1941. NAU opened its first campus in Rapid City, South Dakota, and has since grown to multiple locations throughout the central United States. In 1998, NAU began offering online courses.

Today, NAU offers over 60 degree programs in traditional, online, and hybrid formats, which provide students increased flexibility to take courses at times and places convenient to their busy lifestyles.

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