Thursday, March 7, 2013



Looks like North Campus may have not received the email that was sent out about the new Lobo Mobile app for iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad/Blackberry/Palm, and others.  I'm copying it below in case anyone is interested.

In other news, SMRT is working closely with the medical school IT crew to find an automated solution to keeping the Google Calendar in sync with the MEDS Calendar.  We apologize that the Google Calendar isn't up and running yet -- we know how helpful it has been for some of you.  Here's the situation:  Basically, the problem is that the faculty are set up to be able to edit the MEDS Calendar, so they can change things as needed.  However, those changes aren't automatically reflected in the Google Calendar -- the updates have been done manually by the effort of Rob Langmead and others in our hard-working IT crew.  Not only is it a pain to do by hand, it also introduces another step where errors can be made.

For this reason, we're working to find a way to get MEDS and Google to work together automatically.  Keep your fingers crossed, we hope to have something working soon.  If you have any fresh ideas that you think could help us figure this out, don't hesitate to speak up!

Thanks for your support.  See you tomorrow!
Nate/SMRT
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Lobo Mobile, UNMs new smart phone application, is now available to all students, faculty and staff. Lobo Mobile, for Lobos on the Go, allows users to access essential UNM information anytime and from anywhere, on any smartphone or iPad/iPod Touch.
Among the many things Lobos can do with Lobo Mobile are:
* Access University Libraries to renew book check-outs, hold materials, and make and cancel requests. A library catalog search function is coming soon.
* View campus maps using the Map App.
* Look up fellow students, professors, and staff using the Campus Directory.
* See a list of UNM Shuttle operation times and routes in real-time. ABQ Rapid Ride operation times and routes will be available soon.
* See the IT Service Catalog and what IT services are offered on campus.
* Check out social networking sites and campus feeds on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

To get Lobo Mobile, visit  http://it.unm.edu/lobomobile and follow the instructions based on your type of mobile device. iPhone/iPad/iPodTouch users must visit the online Apple iTunes store and search for LoboMobile.  Android users must go online to the Android Market and also search forLobo Mobile.   BlackBerry, J2ME, Palm OS, Symbian S60, Windows Mobile and other smartphone users can point their mobile browser to  http://lobo.boopsie.com and upload the app.
This is just the beginning of things to come for LoboMobile. For Lobos on the go, IT will be adding additional apps and features over the next several months. Stay tuned!
Contact IT Customer Support Services at 277-5757 for questions or issues using Lobo Mobile.








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