Research, take notes, manage tasks, make presentations and more, all from your tablet or smartphone
Last Updated: Feb 23, 2015
Welcome to the Apps & Mobile Sites for Academics Research Guide. Make the most of your smartphone by using it to research on the go. Access BenU Library subscription content, read and annotate PDFs, take notes and save them in the cloud, create presentations, and more using apps and mobile websites. Assemble your own mobile research toolbox.
Access the BenU Library's EBSCOhost databases. After you download the app, open a web browser and visit any BenU Library EBSCO database (try Academic Search Complete
). Scroll to the bottom of the page, click "iPhone and Android Apps," and enter your email address to have an authentication key sent to you. Within 24 hours, access the email from your mobile device
and click the link in the email to authenticate the app. Re-authenticate every 9 months.
Films on Demand
Stream videos to your mobile device via the BenU Library subscription.
Capture anything: photos, text, screenshots, and audio recordings. Tag your notes, organize them into notebooks, share them with others or keep them private. Syncs across computers and devices.
Create, edit, and collaborate with others on documents.
Sync your files online and across your computers and devices automatically. Store up to 2 GB for free and up to 100 GB for paid accounts.
Your go-to reading application for ePUB and PDF content, including BenU Library subscription eBooks from ebrary.
Robust PDF reader with advanced annotating capabilities, excellent file manager, text file reader and editor, audio/video player, Safari-like viewer for MS Office and iWorks files. Syncs with Google Docs, Dropbox and more.
Design, screencasting, and interactive whiteboard tool that lets you annotate, animate, narrate, import, and export almost anything to and from almost anywhere.