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New Into released

An upgrade of the Aalto student portal, Into (into.aalto.fi), has just been released .

Into was redesigned from last autumn until this spring on the basis of student feedback and the results of the student service-design project. The redesign has been a joint effort by Aalto student representatives, IT services and student services.

What has changed on Into?

  • Into has a new look and feel.
  • Into contents are now arranged according to degree programme, not school (the school websites are being withdrawn from the Into site).
  • The contents have been pared down and clarified.
  • A mobile version of Into is being released.

The contents of Into will be expanded during the spring and we will be collecting feedback for Into’s future development.

You can still access the old Into during the spring. The archived version of Into is available at into-archive.aalto.fi.

You can send your feedback on the Into portal to [email protected].

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