Besides social media apps (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) that you use to follow @uolibraries, did you know there are a bunch of apps to help you use UO Libraries and its resources?
Here are some of our favorites:
BrowZine allows you to discover and follow journals in your field by subject or title. Fill a virtual bookshelf with journals you read and create alerts to new issues. Read and save individual articles or share them through email, citation management programs, or social media.
E-reader apps that accommodate many types of ebooks. NOTE: Libby also allows you to listen to audiobooks and is available at the Eugene Public Library.
[Rumor is that we’re getting this, so this is a placeholder for later]
Access the UO Learning Management System (LMS) from your mobile device.
Apps used by many public libraries, including in Eugene, which all you to stream movies & music.
The UO Mobile app allows you to access UO information from your mobile device.
Cisco AnyConnect connects you to the campus network through a VPN so you can access library subscription materials such as databases.
Citation management tools have apps that allow you to access your research on mobile devices. We prefer Zotero's mobile site over the available 3rd party apps.