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OSTI Mobile site

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The Department of Energy Office of Scientific and Technical Information mobile site
OSTI Mobile
searches U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) scientific research results in a wide variety of disciplines and in multiple formats. The citations and full-text reports are drawn from a number of OSTI databases, including Energy Citations Database, DOE Information Bridge, ScienceCinema, DOE Patents, and DOE Green Energy.

Science.gov web site

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Science.gov searches over 50 databases and over 2100 selected websites from 14 federal agencies, offering 200 million pages of authoritative U.S. government science information including research and development results using a single query. Results are grouped by subtopics, authors, or dates to help you target your search.You can download text and export results in RIS format.

A search links to results in the various databases many of which are not as mobile friendly as the site is.

SCIRUS mobile site

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SCIRUS is an Elsevier maintained website. SCIRUS is a research tool for finding scientific information and evaluated "Preferred web" sites. It searches over 440 million indexed scientific items. Included are not only journal content but also scientists' homepages, courseware, pre-print server material, patents and institutional repositories and websites.

Annual Reviews mobile site

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Users can now browse, search, and read full-text content anytime, anywhere on the Annual Reviews mobile site. Visit www.annualreviews.org from a mobile device to:

Browse journals and articles
Search journals by keyword, author or title or browse

With an institutional subscription you read full-text articles
Download articles to your mobile phone for offline reading
Share articles and links via Social Networks (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn)

WEB OF KNOWLEDGE mobile site

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ISI's Web of Knowledge is a site that combines search access to Biosis Previews, Biological Abstracts and the Web of Science. The mobile site is at http://m.webofknowledge.com.libproxy.umcrookston.edu This mobile site is aimed at the phone users. A tablet would be better off using the full site in most cases.

The standard Web of Knowledge site does not recognize mobile browsers as such so the Web of Knowledge mobile site must be accessed directly. Access to full text and links requires authentication either by IP (on campus) or username/password log in (off campus),

When outside the universities IP range the proxy http://m.webofknowledge.com.libproxy.umcrookston.edu
works well.


BioOne mobile

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BioOne's website (http://www.bioone.org ) recognizes that you are using a mobile devise to access and transfers you to its mobile interface.

You have access to full text content on the university's wi-fi network If you want access off campus you will need a pairing code. For detailed instructions, please download the guide to pair your device. Your device will be paired with your institution's subscription for 90 days, repeat the pairing process in 90 days to continue to access BioOne from your device .


IEEE Explore mobile site

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The standard IEEE website does not automatically recognize mobile browsers as such so the mobile site must be accessed directly. The mobile link on the desktop version is located in the bottom left corner of the site under Quick Links.

The url to access the full text (pdf) from outside the UMC network is:
http://ieeexplore.ieee.org.libproxy.umcrookston.edu/mobile/


IEEE Spectrum: Technology & Science News mobile site

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IEEE Spectrum: Technology & Science News is a current science news mobile site from IEEE. It is useful for following current topics in science. Always something funny and iteresting.
http://m.spectrum.ieee.org

SciFinder Mobile (not an app)

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With SciFinder Mobile, there's no app to download and no IP address restrictions.
Go to http://scifinder.cas.org/mobile and login. The site is optimized for web-enabled smartphones.

With SciFinder Mobile, there's no app to download and no IP address restrictions. To access you must have established a SciFinder username and password and use it to log in.

Read the Quick Response (QR ) code with your smart phone to go the the site.

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JSTOR mobile beta site

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JSTOR - Provides access to the backfiles of journals in many disciplines including the arts, humanities, and social sciences. The UMC Library subscribes to the journals in the Arts & Sciences Collection I. Search interface for JSTOR is at http://mobile.jstor.org/

This interface is a labeled as a Beta interface. It is easy to send an email with a link to the article for later reading.

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