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Do you have an iPad, iTouch, iPhone, BlackBerry, Android, or other device that connects to mobile sites? If so, you may be able to access the following Saint Louis University eresources on your mobile device.
Visit this site from your mobile device while on SLU's authenticated institutional wi-fi network, SLUNet. The mobile device will be automatically paired with SLU's access rights. The pairing enables your device to access content while offsite, lasts six months, and is refreshed each time you access Annual Reviews website while on SLUNet. Check the site for further details.
Mobile devices automatically recognize and display ARTICLES from journals optimized for the device. BioMed Central is an STM (Science, Technology and Medicine) publisher of 268 peer-reviewed open access journals along with a few subscription titles, established to provide unrestricted access to peer-reviewed research articles in all areas of the biological sciences and medicine.
Mobile site automatically detected on mobile devices. Supports iOS 3.1.3 or later, Android 2.2 or later, and BlackBerry OS 6. Check out the Quick Start Guide and how to Pair Your Device to an institutional subscription for renewable, 90-day, full-text access.
Free app for iPhone, iTouch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Drug reference resource for point of care. Includes photographs of pills, contraindications, and information about drug co-pays by insurance. Other Epocrates databases are available for disease diagnosis, but are not freely available.
Registration to create a username and password is required.
Free app for iPhone, iTouch, iPad. iOS 3.1 or later required. Access is free for Clinical Key institutional subscribers. Also the web version of Clinical Key will adapt to the device you use to access it.
From the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Provides 22,331 U.S. economic time series. The graphs are specially formatted for display on a mobile device. For access to a mobile app click here FRED Mobile App.
For iPhone, iPad, and iTouch. However, to buy books from the Google Play Store on your iPhone, iPad, or iPad touch, you'll need to visit the Google Play Store on a web browser on your computer or mobile device.
HighWire Press now offers mobile sites for many of its HighWire assisted journals. Each journal or publisher site may offer an app for the iPhone or iPad that allows more functionality for that journal. Each mobile site and each app is journal specific. Check out PNAS at http://m.pnas.org or Journal of Biological Chemistry at http://m.jbc.org.
This is a major resource for engineering students in all disciplines as well as students in computer science. Must be on campus or using the SLU Libraries’ EZproxy authentication system to access full text.
Instructions are linked above. You must be on campus at a computer with your mobile device to "pair" it. Once "paired" you can access this content from any WiFi area. Pairing lasts for 90 days when the pairing must be repeated.
Access fifty years of World Bank data from World Development Indicators on over 1,100 global economic indicators for about 200 countries and create charts to share. Free app for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 7 or later.