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Below is a current list of apps that will give you access to Library subscription databases and journals. Authentication and installation methods vary, so read the instructions below or in the App Store to be sure that you are connected to our UST subscribed content!
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Browse academic journals on your iPad or Android tablet. BrowZine is a tablet application that allows you to browse, read, and monitor content from the library’s academic journals just as you would any other ejournal.
16 journal limit on your Bookshelf. For troubleshooting, see: http://support.thirdiron.com/knowledgebase
The App was developed in partnership with University Student Government and UST departments to provide current students with information about their class schedule, grades, campus events, maps, dining services locations and menus, library resources, and the shuttle schedule.
Annual Reviews provide useful and intelligent synthesis of the primary research literature for scientific disciplines, including biomedical, life, physical, and social sciences. UST has the full-text of most, but not all, annual reviews going back to the first issue. Read the instructions for pairing your mobile device (so you have access to our subscription).
Free iPhone app providing access to abstracts of all RCS journals and full text/PDFs for those UST subscribes to. Full text currently only available over the UST wireless network! Journals include Chemical Communications, Chemical Society Reviews, Dalton Transactions, Faraday Discussions, Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry and Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics.
Smithsonian Global Sound streaming audio database doesn't have a mobile-specific site or app, but when you are browsing it on the computer and find a track or album you are interested in, click the "send to mobile" link. If you are using an Android or iPhone you can then email/SMS/or link via QR code to an audio stream.
Smithsonian Global Sound streaming audio database has more than 40,000 individual tracks of music, spoken word, and natural and human-made sounds from Smithsonian/Folkways and other record labels. Included are readings of literary and dramatic works, historic speeches, language instruction, natural sounds, environmental and mechanical sounds, sound effects, children's music, and traditional music from virtually everywhere in the world. Playlists can be created for personal or classroom use.