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Warwick Mobile Apps

The University of Warwick has developed some mobile apps as useful resources. The apps listed below are the only official Warwick apps.

Start.Warwick

Start.Warwick

The Start.Warwick mobile app provides a wealth of useful information about the University and is targeted at both Warwick members and those external to the University (those coming to visit or prospective members for example). The app allows you to access information quickly and easily, and is customisable so you can access the information you use regularly as fast as possible.
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Art App

Art at Warwick

The Warwick University Art Collection, which now numbers over 800 works, came into existence thanks to the vision of the University’s first architect Eugene Rosenberg. This app offers an opportunity to view some of the significant developments in the visual arts during the last 50 years and allows the collection to be seen in its entirety.
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Jobsacuk

Jobs.ac.uk Mobile

Search for jobs worldwide on the go with jobs.ac.uk’s new mobile app for iPhone and Android.

jobs.ac.uk is the leading international job board for careers in academic, research, science and related professions. Search 1000s of great jobs across the globe, from fantastic employers worldwide – jobs from universities, research institutions, colleges, charities and commercial organisations.
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Celebrating Dickens App

Celebrating Dickens

Happy 200th Birthday Charles Dickens. Celebrating Dickens provides an academic insight into the novels, life and times of Charles Dickens, one of the greatest ever storytellers.

Award-winning screen-play writer Andrew Davies, who adapted both Bleak House and Little Dorrit for the BBC, contributes with an exclusive insight into how one goes about transferring Dickens’ illustrative text into compelling television.
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Writers

Writers

From the small and intimate poetry readings held in Leamington in the 1970s to current sell-out events featuring authors in the Warwick Arts Centre, the University of Warwick has long recognised the value of hearing writers performing their own work. Many of these readings were recorded and they have now been collected together online in the Writers at Warwick Audio Archive. In this app you can listen to authors reading and discussing their work, in some cases at several points throughout their careers.

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Aspects of Anatomy

Aspects of Anatomy

This is 'anatomy on the move' for students starting to learn the details of the human body. There are 12 videos on different ways to visualise and understand the actual body. For students or doctors reviewing clinical anatomy for examinations there are the 27 films on chest and upper limb - four of which are on specific common clinical conditions viz. Coronary Angiography, Colles fracture, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Breast Disease.

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IGGY

IGGY App

IGGY, the University of Warwick’s international, social and educational network for gifted 13-18 year olds, has launched a free app which aims to improve students’ English vocabulary. The app is designed to give young people a competitive edge when applying to university by arming them with the academic vocabulary they will need to know when conducting research, holding academic discussions, and understanding exam and essay questions.

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