Many of the databases to which the library subscribes are either mobile friendly or have apps for mobile devices. The table below lists a selection of databases that either have a mobile-friendly interface or can be used with a mobile application.
Database or Resource
Mobile-Friendly Interface or Mobile Site
Mobile App (for both iOS & Android unless noted)
|EBSCO: Ebsco includes popular database such as Academic Search Premier, Historical Abstracts, RILM, and many more.||Mobile-Friendly||Yes*|
|ARTstor||Mobile Site (use with iOS or Android)||Yes* (only for Android)|
|Alexander Street Press Audio and Video Resources: Includes Music Online, Smithsonian Global Sound, Audio Drama: The L.A. Theatre Works Collection, and VAST: Academic Video Online||Mobile-Friendly. Also has a great option to send files and playlists to a mobile device (learn more).||No|
|Naxos Music Library||None||Yes*|
|MetOpera On Demand||Mobile-Friendly||No (access with the MetOpera app is not available with an institutional subscription)|
|Gale Academic OneFile||Mobile-Friendly||Yes with the Access My Library (AML) College Edition app.|
|Web of Science: Includes Medline, Web of Science Core Collection, Arts & Humanities Citation Index, and more.||Mobile-Friendly||No|
|Proquest: Includes PsycInfo, GeoRef, WorldWide Political Science Abstracts, and more.||Mobile Site||No|
*Important tip: Some mobile sites or apps require you to first make a user account or request access in the full desktop version of the database.