A number of our electronic resources can now be accessed on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets either via a mobile-friendly website or a dedicated app.
Mobile-friendly websites have been designed so that they are easier to view on the smaller screen of a smartphone. You should still be able to access the same content as the original website.
An app is a piece of software that has been designed to run on most smartphones or tablets. You will need to download the app from the relevant app store for your smartphone or tablet. The apps available for our electronic resources are free.
Emerald provides access to full text journal articles on a broad range of subjects including management, human resource management, marketing, librarianship, mechanical engineering, electronic and electrical engineering.
Emerald’s mobile-friendly website is specifically designed for use on any mobile device with a web browser. Content is organised by subject. You will need to login via UK Federation using your college username and password if you are off campus.
Connect to the Emerald mobile site at: https://www.emeraldinsight.com/pairdevice
EBSCOhost provides access to a wide range of indexes and full-text databases – Applied Science and Technology Full Text, Art Full Text, Computer Source, Literary Reference Centre, MEDLINE, Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection, SocINDEX with Full Text and SPORTDiscus with Full Text.
Connect to the mobile site at: http://search.ebscohost.com
EBSCOhost automatically recognises that you are using a mobile.
To access the mobile website off campus you will need to enter your college username and password (select Shibboleth – UK Higher Education – Bradford College)
More information about EBSCOhost mobile is available at: http://support.ebsco.com/uploads/kb/mobilehelpsheet.pdf
An app is available for iPhone, iPod touch and Android mobile devices. Login to one of our EBSCOhost databases and click the link at the bottom of the webpage 'iPhone and Android Applications’ to email yourself the authentication key and a link to download the app. Open the email on your mobile phone and follow the instructions.
For more information: http://www.ebscohost.com/academic/mobile-access
Lexis Library apps are available to download at http://www.lexisnexis.co.uk/en-uk/students/legal-app.page
The app has been designed to enable you to search or browse for content on the go. Use it on your commute, when filling time between lectures or meetings, or when you get that great idea and want to quickly save an item to look at or include in your presentation later. The app allows you to browse featured content and popular items, search for, preview and view content, favourite items for later use and share content.
For more information and to download the app to your iOS devices please use the following link http://mediahub.blogs.edina.ac.uk/2015/07/07/introducing-the-new-mediahub-app-for-iphone-and-ipad/
Taylor & Francis Online Mobile is available via iPhone, Android, Blackberry and tablet devices. Enter the URL: www.tandfonline.com
into the browser of your mobile device and the mobile-friendly site will launch automatically.
For more information: http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/tfo-resources/documents/mobile-faqs.pdf
CJO Mobile has been designed for smartphones and other small mobile devices. You are automatically directed to the mobile site at: http://m.journals.cambridge.org/
Sage Journals Online and Oxford Journals offer mobile versions of their journals at title level for use with smartphones and other hand held devices. If you navigate to individual journal titles the site will automatically move to the mobile version.