Library Hacks > Mobile
There are mobile apps available for several of our subscription databases that once activated allow for access to DePaul University Libraries on the go using your mobile device
Check out this mobile App from Ebscohost, available in the Apple and Android market
The easiset way to activate the Ebscohost App on your phone is to log in to one of our EBSCOhost databses, like Academic Search Complete.
Scroll down to the bottom of the page and look for a link titled, "New: EBSCOhost iPhone and Android Applications". Click on the link to add your email address in order to activate the EBSCOhost app to work with DePaul Libraries access. Once complete, you will have access to all of the EBSCOhost databases offered by DePaul University Libraries.
Check out this mobile app from Science Direct, available in both the Android and Apple markets
To access the full features provided by this app, including access to DePaul Libraries' subscription content, you will need to create an account with Science Direct and activate the app with your DePaul email. You can see the Science Direct support page for more information
Check out this mobile App from Naxos Music Library, available in the Apple and Android market
Access streaming music from Naxos Music Library on your device, available in the Apple markets
To access the full features provided by this app, including access to DePaul Libraries' subscription content and playlists, you will need to create an account with Naxos Music Library. Once you have created your account, sign in to the app using your account credentials and access streaming music from anywhere on your device. You can see the Naxos Music Library support page for more information
PubGet is a website service that connects you to science journals and articles, primarily in the life sciences. Similar to Google Scholar, PubGet lets you set your institution to DePaul and you can connect to journal titles and articles held by DePaul University. Have an iPad? PubGet also has an iPad app:
Check out these web enabled mobile apps from IEEE, JSTOR, PubMed and LexisNexis