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Mobile Resources: Education Mobile Resources

Resources optimized for your smartphone, tablet, e-reader, or other mobile device.

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Mobile device resources change quickly. If you notice incorrect information or links, or if you discover a great new mobile resource that we should add, please email Julie Horwath.

TUC Resources Optimized for Mobile Devices

Note that you must have a TUC library card to use these resources, and many of the mobile sites/apps require that you first create a personal account from a laptop or desktop computer.

ebrary app
ebrary has been merged with EBL and is now eBookCentral.  

There is not a mobile app – the Ebook Central site is fully responsive, so it functions as well on a smartphone as it does on a laptop.  You DO need the Bluefire Reader app to access a downloaded title on a mobile device.

EBSCOhost Mobile
The EBSCOhost Mobile application is designed for the smaller screens of mobile devices, and offers EBSCOhost features and functionality including Basic Searching, HTML and PDF Full Text, Limiters, E-mailing articles, Preferences and Multi-database Searching. The mobile site works on most devices, and there is also an app for iPhone/iPad and Android.

PsychiatryOnline Mobile
You will be automatically redirected to the PsychiatryOnline mobile site when visiting PsychiatryOnline on a web-capable mobile device. You must create a personal "My PsychiatryOnline" account in order to log in to the mobile site with a username and password. To create an account, go to PsychiatryOnline from a desktop or laptop computer (accounts cannot be created from the mobile site), click the “My PsychiatryOnline” link from the homepage, and follow the instructions. The following mobile operating systems are supported: BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, Palm, iPhone

Research Guides
Mobile-friendly versions of our Research Guides - useful, subject-specific resources compiled by your friendly librarians.