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:
To install DukeMobile on your iPhone or iPod touch, visit the DukeMobile page in the iTunes App Store and click on “Get App.” 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.