Mobile Apps for Research

Some online resources have applications to make it easier to access their services from a mobile device. Information about many such applications is listed below, along with links to download the apps.

You can also download the Dickinson Mobile App from the iTunes Store and Android Market.

American Chemical Society

Search ACS publications, with customizable filters and a news feed. Full text access from on campus.

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American Institute of Physics (iResearch)

Provide physicists, engineers, scientists, and students, with mobile access to valuable physics journal content. Enable users to optionally save files in PDF format for offline viewing

iOS

American Mathematical Society (MathSciNet)

Access to AMS electronic products (including MathSciNet, eJournals, and ebooks) without having to be connected to the host institution's network.

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arXiv

Browse new e-prints by archive and subject category and search for e-prints by tittle, author, abstract text, arXiv iD, or all fields

iOS

BookMyne

Easy access to your local library and search your library category by tittle, author, subject, or keyword. Download Project Gutenberg books to mobile services.

iOS

Bridgeman Education

Search database of over 300,000 images and artworks from galleries and museums all over the world. Create and view slide shows.

iOS

ebrary

Online and offline search, read, and download e-books that your institution acquires in both English and Spanish (pdf format). Early check-in of ebrary's e-books.

More Info | iOS | Android

EBSCOhost

Search databases with limit results to full text or peer reviewed. Retrieve full text results in HTML and/or PDF formats

iOS

Emerald

Find, read and save Emerald content from the world's leading scholarly publisher of journals in business and management. Use institutional subscription to read full text content through the integrated browser.

iOS

Gale (AccessMyLibrary)

Locate libraries within a 10-mile radius and give you access to online resources (Health care, environment, biographies, career choices, literature, science).

iOS | Android

IOP Science

View and download the latest papers to appear in IOP-owned journal and search for articles published by IOP over the last two years.

iOS | Android

Mango Languages Library Edition

Free access to over 40 foreign language courses and 15 English courses taught in the user's native language.

iOS

Nature

Access to the latest scientific news and research, anytime, anywhere from Nature Publish Group.

iOS

Naxos Music Library

Access to 65,000 CDs (940,000 tracks) of music with 1,000 CDs add-in per month. Personal and account playlists available for streaming through the app.

iOS

PubMed

Download available information of articles, access and / or download full text of the article, download and attach a PDF file to a downloaded article, and share downloaded article information by mail.

iOS

Questia

Access to 7,000 specific research topic created by Questia's librarians and carefully linked to recommended books and articles for research on that topic. Search the full text of all of the books and articles to locate relevant publications, plus search within books to locate specific pages of interest.

iOS

Royal Society of Chemistry

Full text HTML and PDF access to RSC journals. Save articles and chapters for offline reading. Share content via Facebook, Twitter, or email.

More Info | iOS | Android

Sage Journals

Podcasts with a wide range of subject areas including business, humanities, social sciences, and science, technology, and medicine.

iOS

ScienceDirect

Full-text scientific database offering journal articles and book chapters from more than 2,500 peer-reviewed journals and more than 11,000 books.

iOS | Android | BlackBerry

SciFinder

Research tool for chemical and related sciences

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Social Sciences Research Network

Have instant access to search over 260,000 research papers in social sciences and humanities.

iOS

SpringerLink

Personalized search over 2,500 peer-reviewed journals and over 48,000 books spanning every area of science, technology, and medicine.

iOS