Duke is committed to delivering information to you when, where and how you want to get it. To that end, we’re developing web-based information and applications for use on the most common mobile platforms: the multi-touch iPhone and iPod touch, Android devices and other mobile devices that use wireless access points (WAP devices). We call our mobile suite DukeMobile.
- Directory — Look up Duke faculty, staff and students, store contacts with a few taps, and use the email or phone capabilities of your device to connect.
- Places — Find the current operating hours of your favorite dining venue, the Link, DukeCard offices, Duke Stores, Duke Gardens and other locations.
- Emergency — Check on Duke's operating status, find out what to do in case of an emergency and click on “More Emergency Information” to sign up to receive DukeALERT text messages.
- Maps — Search for Duke buildings, find them on the map and see your relative location, and zoom or pan across the map using the multi-touch interface.
- Social media — Keep up-to-date with feeds from official Duke channels on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Google+.
- Events — Check out listings from Events@Duke and then view event locations on the campus map and add events to your personal calendar.
- News — Keep up-to-date with Duke Today news, opinions and information for faculty, staff and students.
- MY DUKE — Access a variety of Duke online services for students including DukeCard, Duke Libraries, the first-year checklist and more.
- Library — Search through the catalog and contact a librarian directly for additional information.
- Athletics — Pick up Duke sports news, schedules and up-to-the-minute scores.
- Courses — Access ACES/STORM and the course catalog. ACES, the student self-service application, provides students with an array of information and direct access to their academic, financial and personal data. STORM is the faculty/staff self-service application providing users with access that depends on their university role and security. Pull course descriptions and view times and locations from the Duke course schedule.
- Transportation — Look up bus routes and schedules and track buses in real time. Request Duke Vans pick-ups and drop-offs.
- ePrint — See a list of all stations on the campus-wide print network—and their status, display the stations on the map, and pan and zoom across the map to choose the closest station.
- Sakai — Access course sites for class tools, assignments, discussions and quizzes.
- Dining — Look up dining locations on campus and get location information and operating hours.
- DukeCard (via MY DUKE) — Check balances and add money to accounts.
- Scholars@Duke — Lookup research, scholarship and activities of Duke faculty members and academic staff, who specialize in a certain field, or who are involved with certain classes or academic programs.
- Research Admin — For use by Principal Investigators and Grant Managers to look up grants balance information. You can also create your Conflict of Interest (COI) Annual Disclosure form.
- Duke@Work — Check your Duke Pay statement and benefit options (MFA supported).
Get DukeMobile on your Android device:
Visit Google Play and search for the Duke Mobile app. You will be required to grant permission for DukeMobile to access the following on your device: Contacts, Location, Photos/Media/Files, Storage and Network in order to install the application.
Get DukeMobile on your iPhone or iPod touch:
Please note: when accessing Duke@Work you will be prompted to enable access to Location Services and Contacts on your device for the application to work properly.
Get DukeMobile on other mobile devices:
To use DukeMobile on other devices, visit mobile.duke.edu on your device browser.
Secure your mobile device:
For information on Duke IT Security Office mobile device best practices, visit Securing mobile devices.
We want your feedback on DukeMobile!
To give us feedback about DukeMobile, contact the OIT Service Desk.