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ACS Mobile provides readers with a searchable, multi-journal, up-to-the-minute live stream of new peer-reviewed research content (Articles ASAP) published across the Society's preeminent portfolio of scholarly research journals, including the flagship Journal of the American Chemical Society. The application also includes a "Latest News" feed from Chemical and Engineering News -- the Society's industry-leading magazine and preferred source of online news for its more than 161,000 member professionals. ACS Mobile makes a scientist's daily commute, business travel, or time away from the desk or laboratory a more rewarding and productive experience.
With the EBSCO mobile app, your research can be quickly accessed, accomplished and saved, allowing progress to be made anytime, anywhere.
The EBSCO App allows you to:
- Search quickly and save articles for later reading
- Discover new content based on previous activity
- Leverage device technology such as biometric authentication and voice-to-text searching
- Keep articles organized with cross-device synchronization
- Share with friends using native iOS and Android tools
- Read or listen anytime, anywhere
- Download and read EBSCO eBooks™
Borrow eBooks and streaming video from your library using OverDrive on your mobile device.
- Available 24/7, now the library comes to you.
- No more late fees. Titles are automatically returned.
- Place holds, create wish lists, and return titles easily.
- Sync libraries, bookmarks, and recent positions across mobile devices.
- A valid account with a participating library, school, or other institution is required.
- Each library builds its own collection of titles. Contact them directly to let them know that you’re using OverDrive and to share any suggestions for books you would like to see them carry.
The Canvas Student app is the mobile version of Canvas that helps students stay current with their courses anywhere. Canvas is built on open web standards and uses minimal instances of Flash, so most features are supported on mobile devices. You can access Canvas from any browser on your Android/iOS device. However, mobile browsers are not supported, and features may not function as expected compared to viewing Canvas in a fully supported desktop browser. On mobile devices, Canvas is designed to be used within Canvas mobile applications. Canvas pages within a mobile browser are only supported when an action in the app links directly to the browser, such as when a student takes certain types of quizzes. Support is not extended to pages that cannot currently be used in the app, such as Conferences or Collaborations. Additionally, Canvas offers limited support for native mobile browsers on tablet devices
For a listing of additional mobile apps check out Apps for Academics