JCUNav is being developed as a part of a PhD student project
at JCU. For users, JCUNav provides a fast and convenient
method of campus navigation. On the research front, it is our
hope that JCUNav will provide novel insight into campus
activity based on the collection of anonymised statistics. By
using JCUNav, you’ll be contributing to novel research at JCU.
Hopefully in the near future as the details unfold, we’ll be
able to share some of our findings with you. Until that time,
thank you for using JCUNav.
We listen carefully to user
feedback, so if you have any comments, questions or
suggestions on how we can improve JCUNav, please do contact
Disclaimer: JCUNav is not officially endorsed by James Cook
JCUNav works best on Apple and Android devices using the
native app available for free from the Apple App Store and
Google Play Store respectively. The good news though
is that there is still a web version you can access through
your web browser
if you need to.