Virtual Tours Archive

Virtual Tours

Video Enhanced Lead Generation

The Northern Kentucky University interactive campus map experience includes Video Enhanced Lead Generation One of the primary goals of interactive maps and virtual tours on institutional web sites is to
Interactive Maps

Interactive Maps with Guided Video Tours

When prospective students or visitors arrive at the online campus map, often it is their first glimpse of your campus.  Many times, these visitors do not yet have a firm grasp
Virtual Tours

CampusTours Cardboard VR

  Virtual reality is coming, and CampusTours has solutions to allow you to test the VR waters while retaining a compelling virtual tour or interactive map for the 99%
Virtual Tours

Student Commentary

How can personal student video vignettes help your institution create a more authentic virtual tour experience? When CampusTours conducted user feedback testing on several of our tours back in 2007, students consistently
Interactive Maps

CampusTours AnyMap & AnyTour Integrate Events Feeds

Your campus is a vibrant place, with a multitude of events including lectures, performances, recitals, debates, contests, intercollegiate, club and intramural sports, dinners, alumni gatherings, and even public ceremonies.
Virtual Tours

Building Compelling and Differentiated Virtual Tours

What Differentiates Virtual Campus Tours?  In this era of digital admissions, how do colleges stand out from their competitors? CampusTours has worked with hundreds of colleges, non-profits and government
Interactive Maps

Virtual Tour or Interactive Map?

  It’s an eternal institutional Web development question – do we develop an interactive map or a virtual tour … or both?  The campus is where students will be spending their
Virtual Tours

Virtual Tours Go International

  Just a few years ago academic Web sites were usually presented in one language with only peripheral attempts made to accommodate foreign-language speaking audiences.  Today schools are increasingly adopting
Virtual Tours

Building an Effective Online Walking Tour

  The guide pauses, extending her arm to indicate an ivy-covered building and describes a campus tradition while the tour group takes in the scene.  Parents follow along posing questions,