Mobile Interfaces & Apps

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You can now access many of U-M Library's electronic resources on your smartphone or tablet. The Mobile Access webpage has a list of mobile interfaces and apps in all subject areas. Mobile interfaces are webpages that are graphically adjusted for smaller screens. Mobile apps are software that is downloaded to your smartphone or tablet. Most of the resources on the Mobile Access list provide direct access to full text so you can read articles or e-book chapters on your smartphone or tablet

These art, architecture and engineering resources have mobile interfaces:

To access many of these mobile interfaces, you will need to reload the webpage using theproxy server bookmarklet. This plug-in allows you to reload a webpage using the library's proxy server to ensure that you are getting access to full text as if you were on campus. 

ACM Digital Library has a mobile app for both iOS and Android devices.

The Mobile Access page will be updated as new interfaces and apps become available so check back regularly to see if your favorite electronic resource becomes available!