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An update to the NIU Mobile app is in the Android and Apple app stores. Version 3.1.0 includes the new interactive campus map, which enables online navigation of the NIU campus anytime from virtually anywhere. “The 3-D interactive map, along with the directional signage that was installed throughout campus late this summer, is big step...
NIU’s Division of Information Technology will host two events in coming weeks centered around mobile devices and digital content. Join Jason Beckham from Apple Education in the Boardroom from noon to 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 13, for a presentation about how faculty and students are using mobile devices and digital content to create, collaborate, innovate and...
Just in time for Welcome Days and the beginning of the 2014-15 academic year, the new version of the NIU mobile app (3.0) is now available on both Android and iOS platforms. New features include: A fresh look (reskinned for iOS7) with flat icons; a directory module updated to allow department searches; a new [email protected]
NIU offers students the ability to learn how to create their own mobile apps in a series of courses offered through the Department of Computer Science. Courses such as CSCI 321, CSCI 322 and CSCI 323 teach students how to write apps for the iPhone, Android, Windows Phone and other mobile device platforms. NIU’s College...
Image of the NIU Mobile app, version 2.5
Just in time for the start of fall semester, version 2.5 of NIU Mobile is rolling out in app stores. The popular smartphone app adds additional campus-friendly features for students on the go. New modules include: eSuds – Look up the status and availability of the washers and dryers in the residence halls. Social Media...
NIU Mobile v 2.0
Version 2.0 of NIU Mobile hit Android and Apple app stores this week and adds some highly anticipated new features to the university’s free smartphone application. “One of the top requests we had is to bring the Advanced Geospatial Lab’s Huskie Bus Tracker to the app,” said Jennice O’Brien, director of Web Communications. “Now, with...
Matthew Stults-Kolehmainen, assistant professor of exercise science in the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education (KNPE) at Northern Illinois University, is the lead author of an article published in Obesity, an influential journal covering topics related to obesity and related health pathologies. Titled “Fat in Android, Trunk and, Peripheral Regions Varies by Ethnicity and Race...
NIU mobile app
NIU is now as close as the nearest smartphone with the debut of NIU Mobile in app stores this week. The free mobile campus application brings an interactive campus experience to smartphone users. “We wanted to put useful, fun, interesting and dynamic information in the hands of our campus community,” said Jennice O’Brien, team leader...