Have you ever tried to identify the historical facts which were simultaneously happening, in any part of the globe, during a certain period of time? If you try, you will see the enormous difficulty it conveys.
In order to provide a solution to this issue and ease the study of history, we started years ago the creation of a system to represent the historical events and the geopolitical maps of any region or country in the world.
The system ables you to position in any geographical area, both with a background map or relief map, zoom, navigate in time and search.
Languages: English, Español, Français, Português, 简体中文, Italiano, Deutsch.
GO Transit Official Mobile Application - The application enables GO Transit passengers to access and store scheduled information on trains and buses, receive information and notifications about their departures at Toronto Union Station and to browse proximate bus stops and stations on a map within the Greater Toronto Area.
GO Mobile allows passengers to subscribe for a notification service and receive audible alerts in the proximity of their destination. The application supports a few accessibility features, and can provide Union Station departure information in form of voice messages when a user subscribes for a particular trip.
- An interactive video tour of the Ryerson University community. The next best thing to visiting in person.
- A searchable 2015 admissions handbook- A searchable 2015 International Guide
- The latest news and blogs, featuring events for prospective students and campus life.
- Photos and videos about Ryerson faculty, students, campus events and the application process.
The research material included in this App was compiled by Michelle Mattern (WBCA Board Member) and Murray Hill (Centennial Research Committee Chair). The WBCA is greatly indebted to the following people who contributed their time, knowledge and expertise to researching the history of St. Clair as part of the Centennial Research Committee: Stephanie Lever, Siân Madsen, Sheryl Mitchell, Rita Nelson, Chris Pattison, Judith Roback, and Diana Sernick. Additional thanks go to Ruth Baumann, John Smith and Ted Wickson for their significant contributions to this project. Finally, the staff at the Toronto Public Libraries, the City of Toronto Archives, the Toronto Transit Commission and Heritage Toronto helped to make this project possible.
my.ryerson credential to provide an additional layer of security when signing in to Ryerson web applications via Ryerson Central Authentication Service. When using Ryerson Authenticator to generate verification codes on your phone, no network connection is required.
-Automatic setup via QR code
-Support for multiple accounts
-Support for time-based code generation