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The ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) Digital Library now makes an app available for Google Play and iOS (iPhone only). The app allows you to read journal articles and conference papers on all aspects of computing and networked systems.
To access the ACM Digital Library form your mobile device:
The Annual Reviews Mobile website provides access to articles from four dozen research reviews. After an authentication process, you will be able to read articles from the Libraries' subscribed titles.
To access full-text articles from journals that have been licensed by the UofA, simply visit http://www.annualreviews.org from your mobile device while connected to the UA wireless networks. Your mobile device will be automatically paired with the UofA's subscriptions. The pairing will then enable you to access content while offsite for six months. To renew your access, visit the Annual review web site again from the UA wireless network.
Jounals and conference proceedings from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) are now available in a format optimized for mobile devices.
The ASCE site will automatically detect your mobile device and redirect you to the new interface.
You must be connected to the OSU wireless network to access subscribed content.
View a list of ASCE journals and conference proceedings that the Libraries subscribe to.
JSTOR has released an updated interface that automatically formats content optimized for mobile devices.
To access library content from your mobile device, you have several options:
PubMed Mobile offers a simplified interface to the National Library of Medicine database of millions of article citations and abstracts from thousands of biomedical journals.
PubMed Handheld allows you to search PubMed as well as askMEDLINE, a consumer health reference source, and the PICO (Patient, Intervention, Comparison, Outcome) database.
You can browse the full suite of mobile sites from the National Library of Medicine at http://www.nlm.nih.gov/mobile/.
PubReader is a new service from PubMed Central / National Library of Medicine that simplifies article reading for tablets and other handheld devices.
The simplified PubReader view is available for any article that is available in full-text HTML form in PubMed Central (PMC). PubReader is not available for older articles that are only in PDF format.
PubReader works in most browsers. Just click the PubReader link from the article citation view or the formats view.
Springer has launched the SpringerLink mobile app for iOS.
In addition to providing access to journals and book series subscribed to by the University Libraries, this app offers save and share functions, personalized notifications, and advanced searching. When viewing a citation to subscribed or free content, users have the option to view the HTML or PDF version of the article in the Safari browser.
To access our subscribed content, you will need to be connected to the campus wireless network.
The Web of Science platform citation databases has now become a mobile-optimized site. There is no longer a separate mobile version.
To use Web of Science on your mobile device, you may find it easier to create a personal account .
Read by QxMD' provides an app that works with both iOS and Android as well as a desktop site, acting as a single place to keep up with new medical & scientific research, read outstanding topic reviews and search PubMed.
Read's simple interface drives discovery and seamless access to the medical literature by reformatting it into a personalized digital journal.