Portal User Guide
This user’s guide suggests how to navigate the portal and make the most of its features.
The home page is the gateway that gives you easy access to information. It is designed with a concept of different components, including:
Click through the slideshow to get up-to-the-minute information about the displayed topics
- Main menu
The main menu is broken up into six sections, each of which containing menu topics related to a separate item: About Unito, Studying at Unito, Research, International Relations, Services, Living in Turin.
Click on the section you are interested in and have a look at the corresponding home page, which provides the whole collection of contents related to the main topic (secondary links, news and events, related contents, services, user support, structures).
Otherwise, hover your mouse over the menu bar and the drop down menu will show up, enabling fast access to the most relevant content to you.
Check out the section Info for and select the category that best describes you, in order to find relevant information specially tailored to your needs.
Don’t forget to have a look at How to... webpage: useful tips to help you with the queries you may have during your university experience.
- Quick access
A shortcut to Degree programs, Departments, Libraries and Maps
- Header, with links to:
- search engine
- login page to access MyUnito, a reserved area with information and online services tailored to your needs
- intranet: a private network, accessible only to university's staff, providing information and useful services for your job
- Italian, Spanish, French, Portuguese and Chinese version of the University portal
- this Portal User Guide
- Footer: a collection of links to:
- legal notices
- people directory
- services to send complaints and feedback (Reclami e segnalazioni service)
- online services
- UniTO’s Facebook and Twitter official page
The University of Turin supports the international dimension of its research and didactic work and it offers its users a version of the portal in different languages.
The Chinese version provides information about the university, the services, the city and it focuses on the projects of particular interest for Chinese students such as Marco Polo e Turandot.
A presentation of the University of Turin is also available in Spanish, French and Portuguese, focusing on the educational offer and the heritage of libraries and museums. The international dimension of the University and its social commitment in the territory are also highlighted.
The University portal provides an optimal viewing and interaction experience across a wide range of devices (desktops, tablets and phones).
All pages of the University of Turin portal were certified to fully conform with the standards defined by international organization and the Italian Government ("Legge Stanca"). Contents and services are managed in conformity with international recommendations published by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and international standards published by ISO.
Moreover, the text to speech online service is an easy solution for users to listen to text contents in audio format, providing assistance for people with trouble reading text online.