My Library is a simple application that helps you to manage your books.google.com library.
My Library main features:
• connects to your google library account
• utilizes the phone's camera to scan a barcode
• adds/removes books from your google books shelves
• enables you to download pdf of books in public domain
• creates a shelf that shows personalized recommendations to you
• support for tablet devices
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Search for news, check out campus related events, keep track of Illini sports and scores, navigate campus maps, find a book from the library, check the weather, make a donation, and stay involved with the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC).
News - Read the latest campus news from business, research, engineering, law, arts, and more.
Events - Find upcoming events on campus. Events from business, education, engineering, arts, media, and medicine.
Donate - Give back to Illinois through our mobile donation page.
Maps - Search for campus buildings, find directions, and view building floor plans. Our maps even have ADA accessibility information.
Athletics - Illini fans can read about their favorite teams and players. All athletics information provided by FightingIllini.com.
Library - Use the Illinois Libraries mobile site to find a book, library, or article.
Emergency - Quick access to important emergency numbers.
Weather - Check the local forecast straight from the Atmospheric Sciences Department. Weekly forecast and weather images.
Twitter - Follow the College of Business twitter stream.
If you would like to add your department's news/events feed to the app please send us a link to your RSS feed.
Find out hours of service and what's on the menu up to two weeks in advance, at any of our full-service dining halls: Busey-Evans, Florida Avenue (FAR), Ikenberry Commons, Illinois Street (ISR), Lincoln/Allen (LAR), and Pennsylvania Avenue (PAR). You also can check your meal plan balance and see complete nutritional information right in the app!
See what's being served at our specialty restaurants: Cracked Egg Café, Better Burger, Taste of Asia, La Cocina Mexicana, Field of Greens, Leafy!, Soul Ingredient, Neo-Soul Ingredient, and Oodles. Using UI Dining you can also see the schedule and available items at our A La Carte locations: Busey Beanery, The Caffeinator, 57 North, CHOMPS, and Penn Station.
Use the map to quickly find the dining hall closest to you, so no matter where you are on campus, you can grab a bite on the go.
To find out what is on the menu at your residence hall, or at any other dining hall, UI Dining is the app for you!
This calculator uses the Bauman-DiDomenico nomogram to estimate a patient's digoxin requirements to achieve a goal digoxin concentration of 0.7 ng/mL for the treatment of heart failure. Additionally, the calculator is capable of providing a loading and maintenance dose recommendation based on the Koup and Jusko equations for the treatment of atrial fibrillation.
This app is the mobile version of the popular digoxin calculator found on http://clincalc.com
This calculator is not appropriate for the following patient populations, or may require a higher degree of clinical judgment: significant drug interactions (eg, amiodarone, quinidine, verapamil, or macrolide antibiotics), end-stage renal disease on hemodialysis, and acute renal failure or unstable renal function.
The app provides a wide range of features:
• A-Z Index – Campus A-Z Index.
• Academics – Course schedule, degrees by college, scholarships, and more.
• Athletics – General Athletics news, women’s and men’s sports news.
• Calendars – University calendar, Student Affairs calendar, Sangamon Auditorium calendar.
• Directory – Phone numbers, directory search.
• Emergency – Emergency and non-emergency phone numbers, weather and emergency status.
• Food Service –Locations, timings, and menu.
• iCard – iCard services.
• Library – Hours, contact information, search books and media.
• Maps – Campus locations, campus overhead map, campus parking map
• News – Newsroom, blogs, campus announcements, etc.
• Radio – Prairie Star Radio, WUIS – My Source for NPR.
• Submit a Photo - Submit a photo to be considered for a campus electronic publication.
• Social – Campus social media channels.
• Technology – Labs, location, hours of operation, Box.com, Blackboard App, system status, and more.
The application also contains an opt-out anonymous data collection feature to help with crowd dynamics research from the Computer Science Department at UIUC. This can be turned off at any time in the app settings menu. All data is completely anonymous and cannot be traced to a device. Please note, continued use of background running services can decrease battery life.
The app offers 140 images of beef, pork, lamb, and variety cuts found on the National FFA and 4-H evaluation lists. A quiz feature lets you test your knowledge, either by species or with the entire set of cuts. All retail names are accurately displayed, and cuts are prepared to industry identification standards.
Touching the clock icon provides easy access to facility hours.
In this application, you will be able to find the latest news, events and job listings in the research park. This application provides you with everything you need to know about the research park right at your fingertips (literally), including information about the companies in the research park, EnterpriseWorks services, maps, directories and more.
- Designed for upper elementary and middle school students, grades 3-8
- Introduces topics related to electromagnetism
- Demonstrates the importance and workings of current and future electricity generation and delivery systems.
- Features include interactive structures and informational photographs
Please note that while this application will run on any compatible device, it was designed for tablet-sized screens. On smaller devices, such as mobile phones, the text might be very hard to read.
Developed by power engineering experts and educators from the Office for Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education (MSTE) and from the Information Trust Institute (ITI) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
©2012 The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois. All rights reserved.
The Trustworthy Cyber Infrastructure for the Power Grid (TCIPG) is a Department of Energy (http://energy.gov)-funded project, with support from the Department of Homeland Security (http://www.dhs.gov). The research team brings together experts from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Dartmouth College, Cornell University, the University of California at Davis, and Washington State University.
Ever wonder what goes through the shortstop’s mind when he’s turning a double play? Or how a starting pitcher mentally prepares for a game? Launch Virtual Dugout’s Augmented Reality Mode, point your phone at a player’s Illini baseball card, then watch his headshot come to life as he personally talks about all this and more in his video biography.
Using Virtual Dugout’s Roster, you not only see a list of Illini players, you have their updated stats at your fingertips within seconds of the completion of a play.
Launch our At Bat mode to get up to the second updates on the pitcher vs. hitter duel, not only for the current batter but also for the pitcher vs. the entire batting order he’s facing.
And with our soon-to-be-implemented Win Probability Mode, you’ll be able to find out in real-time how a play changes the probability of the Illini winning against a visiting team, and learn your favorite player’s contribution to that probability.
Virtual Dugout will give you up-to-the-minute, personalized access to game statistics, players, coaches and even to the field itself.
So prepare yourself to experience baseball as you never have before.
Virtual Dugout – “It’s a Whole New Ballgame”
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