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Keep UNT at your fingertips with mobile website

UNT moblie siteUNT To Go, a web-based mobile application (app), is now available for iPhone, Android and BlackBerry, and will soon also support Windows phones. 

To visit UNT To Go, use your mobile device to browse to m.unt.edu. Bookmark the site and add it to your homepage to easily find it.

Functions are:

  • myUNT access
  • People search – includes one click access to dial a person or send an email
  • Campus map – includes map view of location, ability to show users location in proximity to the building, departments located in the building and the ability to open mobile map application to create GPS directions
  • UNT news – top headlines and full stories from UNT news sources such as new releases, InHouse and media 
  • UNT calendar – view today’s events, academic dates or all upcoming events by category
  • Department search – includes Centranet contact information for major departments and is linked with the campus map 
  • Emergency information – quick list of who to call when including police, health center, Risk Management
  • Mean Green Athletics – news and game information
  • Social media – directory of UNT social media destinations including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube
  • Volunteer opportunities – initially will be postings from the Volunteer Center
  • Email help – how to set up email accounts on major phones

The site was created after planning and research by a committee representing the Office of Admissions, College of Engineering, UNT Alumni Association, Computing Information and Technology Center, University Relations, Communications and Marketing and ABN Computer Support.   

Research included faculty, staff and students, the mobile market place, higher education peers, mobile technologies and available resources.  

The committee decided to proceed with the creation of a web-based mobile application (app) before the creation of a native iPhone app to:

  • Make the app available to audiences other than just those using the iPhone.    
  • Provide a web app that can be updated more frequently than an iPhone app as new functionality is needed. Updates are immediately available on a web app because UNT controls them. Native apps have to be reprogrammed and submitted to vendors for approval - which can take months.

Posted on: Tue 03 May 2011

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