Mobile Services

With our increasing array of mobile tools, you can take your research anywhere!

If you have a smartphone or tablet, most of our research tools will simply adapt to the smaller screen. For even more options, check out some of the specialized tools and apps the library can offer below.

Access Databases

Ebsco Databases
Our all purpose database Academic Search Premier plus many of our specialized subject databases are hosted by EBSCOhost, whose mobile app offers basic searching of selected databases with full text and email features.
EBSCOhost mobile can be accessed at:
If you have an iPhone or iPod touch, add an app, too! Information available here:
Find even more details at EBSCOhost's Mobile FAQ

ProQuest Databases
Using a database hosted on ProQuest? They'll automatically detect your platform and optimize the screen for your mobile device. Try searching any of the 24 databases we subscribe to!

Try out the JSTOR mobile beta site for searching on the go.

Lexis Nexis
Use the mobile Lexis Nexis site to search news, legal cases, and company dossiers.

Naxos Music Library
Listen to your Naxos playlists using a free app for iPhone and iPod Touch! Find out how.
More information at

ARTstor Mobile
ARTstor is now accessible to registered users on compatible mobile operating systems. The mobile site allows registered users to search, browse, and view previously created image groups. Not yet registered?
ARTstor mobile can be accessed at: with iPhone 2.2.1+, iPad, and Safari 4+

Manage Your Research

Access your RefWorks account from your mobile device. Log RefMobile at or find more information about the service.

Browse your references by going to and signing in. Or check out some of the 3rd party apps for Zotero.

In the Building

QR Codes in the Library
Look for QR codes like the one below around the library! These codes embed web links and more in the physical world. Download a QR code reader to your smartphone, snap a photo of the code, and you'll have instant access to the linked info.

QR code

Find a QR code reader by searching your phone’s make and the words “QR Code reader” or visit your phone’s app store. We've tried NeoReader for the iPhone and other systems, and both Barcode Scanner and Google Goggles for Droid, but there are many options.



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