Seton Hall Signs On To Use clearTXT Messaging Service
Posted August 23, 2006
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. — Seton Hall University is the latest institution to sign on to use text messaging services from RTP-based
The deltaTXT mobile communications system is designed to deliver class and school information directly to mobile phones and email addresses of students, instructors and staff members.
The service will also be integrated with the Blackboard e-learning software service to link instructors and students.
"We will use the technology to promote university events and to quickly communicate with our community if there is an emergency," said Paul Fisher, the director of the Teaching and Learning Technology Center at Seton Hall. "Plus, because deltaTXT integrates with our Blackboard e-learning software, students stay connected with their instructors and student organizations using the technology their most comfortable with - the mobile phone."