Success is not a secret … it’s stories. That’s what readers will learn in the fall issue of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Engage magazine available online today.
The cover story tells the tale of how UW Oshkosh faculty, students and alumni define success in their lives through an innovative new approach to storytelling. An in-depth conversation about success was recorded at the chancellor’s residence with a cross-section of UWO community members.
Additional stories in the new issue include alumni and student profiles and a feature about the musical collaboration of UWO faculty members Ed Martin and Jeri-Mae Astolfi.
The new way to enjoy Engage gives readers a way to hear and see the conversations within the publication unfold from the screens of their tablets while providing a familiar magazine-like format. The tablet version also gives readers the ability to tune in to edited and full-version videos that relate to this issue’s theme and provides access to additional multimedia experiences with just the click of a finger or swipe of the page.
“The new magazine app brings Engage to readers in a vibrant, interactive new format,” said Jamie Ceman, UW Oshkosh executive director of Integrated Marketing and Communication. “Like never before, readers can read and interact with stories and discover outstanding video and audio features that enrich and deepen the alumni, faculty, staff and student stories we work so hard to tell each and every day at UW Oshkosh.”
Shawn Hansen, UW Oshkosh Magazines app developer, said the new app is another way UWO is going green.
“You can’t lose it, it’s always up-to-date and it’s available for re-download at any time,” he said. “Additionally, the content is not limited to physical space. Stories can be more in-depth and can include interactivity.”
The UW Oshkosh Magazines app also will include the University’s award-winning family of publications, including the College of Business’ Venture and the College of Nursing’s CONtact.
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