- American Chemical Society (ACS)
- Annual Reviews
- Bluefire for ebrary
- Library OneSearch
- Mango Languages
- Naxos Music Library (NML)
- SciVerse Science Direct
- Web of Knowledge
American Chemical Society (ACS)
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 Annual Reviews mobile website is the gateway to highly cited research on the go, and provides a personalized browsing, searching, and reading experience optimized for mobile use on most iOS, Android and Blackberry devices.
To visit their website on other mobile devices click here to begin your search.
ARTstor is now accessible to registered users on compatible mobile operating systems. The mobile site allows registered users to search, browse, and view previously created image groups.
Visit their mobile site at http://mobile.artstor.org/ to begin your search.
Bluefire for ebrary
ebrary has retired its dedicated app in favor of the popular Bluefire app for offline reading. The Bluefire app is available for iOS (iPad and iPhone) and Android devices.
You will also need an Adobe ID to download e-books from ebrary and to use the mobile app. To create an account Click Here
Search almost everything in the duPont-Ball Library’s electronic collections. All the major journal databases are included with additional databases added regularly.
On your mobile device click here to begin your search.
NOTE: In order to use the mobile search on the Stetson University campus, you must sign into the ‘Stetson_Administration’ wireless network. Alternatively, you may use your wireless carrier’s data network for the search.
Ready to start a conversation? With Mango Languages’ Library Edition App you can get free access to over 40 foreign language courses and 15 English courses taught in the user’s native language.
Naxos Music Library (NML)
Naxos Music Library is the most comprehensive collection of classical music available online offering over 550,000 tracks of Classical music, Jazz, World, Folk and Chinese music. It includes the complete BIS, Chandos, Hänssler, Hungaroton, Marco Polo, Naxos, Ondine and selected titles of other leading independent labels, with over 1,000 albums added monthly.
To use the app follow these brief instructions:
- Log into NML as you normally would on a computer.
- Navigate to the Playlists tab and locate the Student/Member Playlist Account area.
- Click “Sign Up” and enter your information to create your unique access ID.
- Once complete, the system will send you an e-mail to confirm your e-mail address. Click the embedded link to activate your account.
- Log in to the app with your e-mail address and custom password to use your playlists, your professors’ playlists, and access the whole NML.
Naxos also has an app library exclusively dedicated to Jazz music
SciVerse Science Direct
SciVerse ScienceDirect is a leading full-text scientific database offering journal articles and book chapters from more than 2,500 peer-reviewed journals and more than 11,000 books. There are currently over 9.5 million articles/chapters, a content base that is growing at a rate of almost 0.5 million additions per year. This is equates to around 30% of the entire world’s research literature.
SpringerLink is a publication database containing articles and chapters from over 2,500 peer-reviewed journals and over 48,000 books – in total, over 5.4 million documents spanning every area of science, technology and medicine. The SpringerLink app puts this entire collection at your fingertips.
This free app provides a valuable set of features including:
- Personalized notifications
- Save and share documents
- Advanced search
- Document details – including abstracts
- Full-Text view (available to institutional subscribers)
Web of Knowledge
Thomson Reuters (formerly ISI) Web of Knowledge is today’s premier research platform for information in the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities. If you are logged into the campus WiFi network and navigate to the mobile version, you will be able to view and use Web of Knowledge on your mobile device without entering your username & password. You do not need to install anything, simply use the web browser on your mobile device by clicking the link below.
To use this mobile site, click here.
WorldCat is the world’s largest network of library content and services. WorldCat libraries are dedicated to providing access to their resources on the Web, where most people start their search for information.
Visit their mobile site at http://www.worldcat.org/m to begin your search.