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This guide provides mobile apps and mobile friendly sites for using the Library's databases.
EndNote Online also has a mobile version of its bibliographic resource. While this does not have the full functionality of the online site, you can log in with your EndNote username and password and access your EndNote account.
Listed below are multidisciplinary Mobile Apps. Click the drop-down menu from the "Library Mobile Apps - Arranged by Subject" tab above to access Mobile Apps organized into specific subject categories.
"Read the daily edition of the Congressional Record on your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. The Congressional Record App is presented by the Library of Congress using data provided by the Office of the Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives, the Office of the Secretary of the Senate, and the Government Printing Office."
"JSTOR’s interface automatically adapts to the screen size of a device without requiring a separate mobile URL or any device configuration. Just go directly to www.jstor.org on a smartphone or tablet, and the screen will adjust accordingly!"
"The Library of Congress is the world's largest library and the largest body of knowledge under a single roof." Use this link to access the following apps from the Library of Congress: The Congressional Record, the U.S. Constitution: Analysis and Interpretation, the National Book Festival, Aesop for Children, and the BARD Mobile app which provides access for blind and physically handicapped patrons.
"UPCC [University Press Content Consortium] books are accessible on any mobile device with a web browser and the capability to open PDF files, such as the iPhone or iPad. [Project Muse is] currently in the process of developing a new interface for mobile devices that will improve a user's experience when searching and retrieving MUSE content on mobile devices."
"SAGE's entire collection of online journal sites is now available in a mobile-optimized format designed for the smaller screen of a smartphone. Readers visiting one of SAGE's 670+ journal sites on their iPhone, Android or other smartphone device will automatically be redirected to the mobile version."
The SAGE Knowledge mobile-optimized site is now LIVE! Users who try to access knowledge.sagepub.com via their smart phone will now automatically be redirected to the mobile site. (Please note that tablets will still be directed to the full site.)
When you navigate to SAGE Knowledge from a subscribed faculty library, library IP proxy service, or library website, you should automatically be authenticated via IP address recognition. For more information, visit http://m.knowledge.sagepub.com/mobile/help.
"Whether you are looking for a specific article or simply interested in the latest research within your subject area, this user-friendly mobile application enables you to quickly and easily explore Taylor & Francis Online."
"Government apps and mobile sites offer official information and services from the palm of your hand. Government apps provide information when you're on the go. Find instant notification of recalls to the status of veterans benefits. USA.gov is working hard to make government easy, convenient, and accessible."
"This Beta release of the WorldCat Mobile Web application is optimized for iOS and Android. Later releases will support a wider range of mobile devices." Patrons can use the WorldCat catalog (http://www.worldcat.org) via a mobile device to determine if the Library owns a print book.