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Mobile Access to PUL Electronic Resources: Multidisciplinary/General Resources

A list of vendors with mobile optimized websites or mobile apps that enhance access to electronic resources via mobile devices.

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Multidisciplinary/General Resources

  Alexander Street Press

Authentication:  IP

For the following ASP Literature collections, the websites automatically detect mobile devices and redirects user to a simplified web version:

Black Women Writers -
Latin American Women Writers -
Black Short Fiction -
Latino Literature -
South and Southeast Asian Literature -
Caribbean Literature
Scottish Women Poets -
Irish Women Poets -


Authentication: IP, device pairing, or Shibboleth

Device Pairing: To download the EBSCOhost app, access EBSCOhost from the library's website. Click the link at the bottom of any EBSCOhost page to email yourself the download instructions, access key and a link to the app store.

Shibboleth: Select US Higher Education


Encyclopaedia Britannica

Authentication:  IP

AccessMyLibrary College Edition  Gale Cengage Learning

Authentication:  IP or device pairing and AccessMyLibrary College Edition app

Duration:  Access enabled until August 1st of following year

HeinOnline Library  HeinOnline Library

Authentication:  IP

Duration:  30 days

IEEE Xplore Mobile  IEEE Xplore Mobile

Authentication:  IP

PsychiatryOnline   PsychiatryOnline Mobile

Authentication:  IP or user account

Mobile view content set includes:

- DSM-IV-TR—search or browse the Classification and criteria sets individually, or the entire DSM-IV-TR manual

- ICD-9-CM codes for selected general medical conditions and medication-induced disorders

- Differential diagnosis decision trees and the DSM symptom index from DSM-IV-TR Handbook of Differential

- APA Practice Guideline Quick References

- Manual of Clinical Psychopharmacology

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