Browzine is an iPad and iPhone app that connects to many JCU ejournals through elibrary. It allows you store your favourites on a 'shelf' and get the lastest issue delivered as it becomes available. Table of contents link to the articles in your journal. Back issues are available. Use it to create your own personal new journals display.
Need full-text but not at your desk? The SciVerse ScienceDirect iPhone app doesn't restrict your brainwaves to the workplace; now you can find and read your subscribed Elsevier article or book chapter while you're at a conference, travelling to and from work, or enjoying some rare downtime.
References On Tap (previously PubMed On Tap) is an application for your iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad that lets you search PubMed, PubMed Central, Google Scholar, JSTOR, LOC, arXiv and Web Of Science while on the go.
Only works for JCU users from on campus. Filter journals to see your favorite ACS publications quickly. Save favorite abstracts in a folder for offline reading. Search for articles published by ACS and read them on your iPhone. Share links and via e-mail, Facebook, and Twitter.
IOPscience express allows you to view and download the latest papers to appear in IOP-owned journals. You can also search for articles published by IOP over the last two years, and email information about selected articles to yourself or a colleague to enable access to the article from a desktop computer.
ChemSpider Mobile allows you to search the ChemSpider chemical database, provided by the Royal Society of Chemistry. Compounds can be searched by structure or by name, and browsed within the app. Results can be examined by jumping to the web page. Search structures are drawn using the powerful MMDS molecular diagram editor.
EBSCOhost databases and discovery technologies are the most-used, premium online information resources for tens of thousands of institutions worldwide. This free app ensures that iPhone and iPod Touch users get the most from searching premium EBSCOhost database content, provided courtesy of your library.
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