Mobile Websites & Apps
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UM-Ann Arbor students can use the Student Academics application to view personal class schedules for the current term; browse current classes to view information about session times, locations, instructors; and more.
Important: Students’ personal class schedule information is protected via the Single Sign-On (SSO) application that allows students to authenticate to view their information. The SSO app (also available in iTunes) must be installed on your device to enable you to authenticate to view your class schedule.
Use SSO to sign in securely via the U-M Weblogin service when accessing protected U-M mobile apps, such as the My Class Schedule feature of Student Academics.
ITS is also working to make SSO available to developers to leverage with their apps that need access to CoSign-protected data. For more information about Weblogin using CoSign, visit Using Web-Authenticated Resources at U-M.
U-M students, faculty and staff with travel information in the Wolverine Access Travel Registry can use their mobile devices to access their information on the Trip Summary mobile site. Travelers can quickly access emergency contacts, U-M contacts and itinerary information.
In addition to itinerary details at their fingertips, travelers also have one-touch links to 24x7 U-M emergency contact information, such as the Department of Public Safety and HTH Worldwide Insurance.
Have you registered your international travel information in the UM Travel Registry? University faculty, staff and students are required to register when traveling abroad for study, research, business or any other university-related purpose. Visit Global Michigan for more information about Wolverine Access Travel Registry.
The Heart Sound Challenge is designed to develop the confidence of the student or health care professional in their ability to use the stethoscope to examine patients’ hearts. This is accomplished by providing the learner with an engaging, game-like environment to develop their ability to hear and identify eight basic heart cadences.
iMpact Go! extends the Ross School of Business intranet to the iPhone. It has the following components:
- People: sourced by the Ross Directory and Ross Connections groups, allows lookup in a similar fashion to the Ross information kiosks and calling/emailing/texting from the mobile device.
Gallery: displays the posters in a format similar to the information kiosks, with the ability to view thumbnails or select an individual poster for viewing.
- Login: integrates with the university’s Cosign for authentication. After the first Cosign login to the application, users will be able to set a four-digit PIN, which will be encrypted and stored on the mobile device. Once set, users can use the PIN for subsequent logins. Three sequential failures to enter the correct PIN will erase the current PIN and force a Cosign login, after which a new PIN can be set.
Future versions will bring additional functionality.
This free basic app converts medical language into everyday English. It is based on the award-winning Plain Language Medical Dictionary widget designed by Taubman Health Sciences Library, University of Michigan.
- Browse for a medical term and view its non-medical definition.
- Search a prefix such as "cardio" to easily find the word you want.
- Email the term and its definition to anyone you want.
Applicants to the University of Michigan Medical School (UMMS) can use the M.D.Stat+ application to check their medical school application status from American Medical College Application Service® (AMCAS®) submission through admissions notification, complete with status descriptions and personalized next steps for the applicant including interview date selection.
M.D.Stat+ also lets prospective and admitted students view stats and facts about the current UMMS application process; link to relevant Facebook and Twitter accounts and medical student blogs; review how applications are processed at UMMS; and check out academic, demographic and other information about the most recent incoming medical student class to see how they compare.
Designed by Zach London, M.D., a neuromuscular neurologist at U-M, Nerve Whiz is a free application for medical professionals interested in learning the complex anatomy of nerve roots, plexuses and peripheral nerves. Select which muscles are weak, or point to areas of sensory loss, and the application can provide you with distinguishing features and detailed information, complete with relevant pictures and diagrams.
Nerve and Muscle Charts
- This comprehensive inventory of the most clinically relevant muscles in the upper and lower extremities can be sorted by root, trunk, cord, peripheral nerve, action or muscle name.
- Where is your patient weak? You do the physical exam, and Nerve Whiz localizes the lesion for you. Enter which muscles are weak or strong, and the application provides a list of possible localizations (root, plexus or nerve) that match your exam, along with distinguishing features about each.
- Choose any localization (root, trunk, cord or nerve), and see a diagram of that nerve in the context of the brachial or lumbosacral plexus. Toggle to "Muscle View" and the diagram shows you the muscles supplied by your chosen nerve, and from where their innervations arise.
- Where is your patient numb? Touch the picture of the arm or leg and Nerve Whiz suggests localizations with beautiful graphic representations of the sensory distributions of nerve roots, parts of the plexus, and nerves.
- Nerve and Muscle Charts
The Michigan Engineer iPad App brings you compelling stories about research, education and people associated with the University of Michigan College of Engineering.
Get more out of Enriching Scholarship 2011 with the official iPhone app. Browse information on sessions, get directions, view what other attendees are tweeting, and even register for sessions directly from the app.
Dividend, the alumni magazine of the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at U-M, publishes twice a year, spring and fall. The free app delivers the alumni magazine in a rich, multimedia format.
UMSkinCheck is intended for skin cancer self exam and surveillance. It allows users to complete and store a full body photographic library, track detected moles/lesions, access informational videos and literature, and fill out a melanoma risk calculator.
A skin cancer self exam is used to identify suspicious moles or lesions that may be cancer or growths that may develop into skin cancer (precancers). Individuals who are at a high risk of skin cancer are encouraged to perform frequent skin self exams and to have full body photographic surveys taken by professional photographers. Using MySkinCheck, patients will be able to complete a full skin cancer self exam and photo survey, track and create a history of moles and lesions, and receive regular reminders to perform follow up self exams and check on lesions that are being tracked.
For additional support information, please visit the the Univeristy of Michigan Health System app information page.
Return2Play from the Pediatric Trauma Program at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, in partnership with Michigan NeuroSport, is the first concussion recovery journal app that helps concussion patients track their activities and symptoms, and share that information with their healthcare team.
Are you recovering from a concussion? Has your doctor asked you to keep track of your activities and your symptoms as you work through a concussion recovery program?
Wouldn’t it be great to have an easy way to keep track of your progress, and share that information with your healthcare team to make your follow-up appointments more productive?
Get started by entering the date and details of your injury in Return2Play. Then as you progress through the recovery protocol, under the direction of a physician, enter your activities, symptoms & their severity, and your notes along the way. You can even enter appointment dates and take notes right in the app! Email your progress history in chronological order to your physician, trainer or coach.
Return2Play also includes educational material about concussion and the BRAIN recovery protocol.
Return2Play was designed with the patient and healthcare team in mind. Our goal is to create a more efficient clinic appointment that leads to better management of the injury and safe return to play decisions.
Michigan NeuroSport is one of only a handful of comprehensive programs in the country dedicated to the neurological concerns of athletes. Michigan NeuroSport specializes in the treatment and prevention of neurological sports injuries, as well as the management of primary neurological diseases that affect athletic performance. V1.0 of this app is funded by the University of Michigan Health System Fostering Innovation Grants (FIGS.)
Return2Play is part of an overall education effort for coaches, parents, and players about concussion and recovery, coordinated by the Pediatric Trauma Program at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital.
Medicine at Michigan was launched in spring 1999 in conjunction with the University of Michigan Medical School’s sesquicentennial celebration. Dedicated to alumni, friends, students, staff and faculty of the U-M Medical School, Medicine at Michigan is published three times a year by the school and the Office of Medical Development and Alumni Relations. In between issues, visit www.medicineatmichigan.org/magazine to learn more about research activities, educational initiatives and patient care services of the Medical School and Health System, as well as on news of note regarding alumni, faculty and students.
With the UM Laundry app you can:
- View the status of washers and dryers at the University of Michigan
- See the time remaining for machines in use
- Set notifications for when washers and dryers will be finished
- Set Favorite Rooms for easy access
Note: This is a student-made app. U-M has not tested this app and cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracy, misuse or absence of information.