SONAD app is presently being tested for providing the materials related to the university and the visit to the admitted students visiting the campus. Multiple information packages will inform the students about the campus, academics, sports, social life on campus, etc. and will also provide the students with the important campus safety guidance.
SONAD delivers the information directly to the students phones and and keeps it there for the duration of the visit and beyond.
SONAD FOR CAMPUS LIFE
The MBA project team used SONAD at different student social functions on campus. This included a formal dinner of a university club and a student basketball team competition. SONAD was used for distributing information to the spectators in real time as well as running a raffle for the dinner guests.
Several questionnaires were used for providing the feedback to the lecturer.
SONAD AT COLLEGE ADMISSIONS: ADMITTED STUDENTS DAY
SONAD is being test-implemented at the campus of the Stony Brook State University of New York. The testing program was a part of the MBA course Innovations in Technologies at the SBU College of Business. Several projects implemented by the MBA student project teams are outlined below.
SONAD FOR Medical Offices and Medical Emergencies
In this project, the students designed sonas carrying patient information relevant in an emergency situation when the ambulance personnel responds to a distress call. Immediate access to such information may be critical when administering medical care with no other records at hand about the patient's general conditions and medications prescribed..
In the second project, the students developed a concept for using SONAD as the patients are waiting for their doctors to admit them. SONAD will use the time in the reception office for providing various types of medical and health-related information and delivering it to the patients phones for immediate or delayed use.
SONAD IN A lecture hall
In this project, SONAD was used in a large auditorium presentation, NUCLEAR DILEMMA for delivering subject-related information to the phones of the students in real time as the materials were presented and discussed.
SONAD-based questionnaires were used both for challenging the students to offer their resolutions to the presented dilemmas related to use of nuclear energy and for providing their feedback to the lecturer about the content of the presentation.