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AaltoSDG application development in spring 2020

The AaltoSDG mobile application is actively developed throughout 2020 based on feedback from the users and Aalto community
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The AaltoSDG mobile application is actively developed throughout 2020 based on feedback from the users and Aalto community. The goal for the app is to improve visibility of Aalto University’s SDG work as well as engage users to participate in the SDG work by taking human size actions. The next development sprint is starting soon and the next update will be published in May.  

In addition to developing the functionalities of AaltoSDG, more content will be available after the update. Especially the content on education, research and art and news & events pages will be created to better serve the purposes of AaltoSDG users.  

Are you a professor, researcher, teacher or student at Aalto? What kind of content would you like to see on Education, Research & art and News and Events pages after the update? You can contact us with feedback via [email protected] 

To better involve users in the app’s development, AaltoSDG team is hosting an AaltoSDG development afternoon for all users on Wednesday 18.3. at the Undergraduate CentreOtakaari 1, room M205 at 13:00-15:00. Everyone is invited to share their feedback and development ideas during the workshop-based event. Sign up for the event here.

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