Check out these ACS mobile apps which will give you access to ACS journals that the University subscribes to, and help you keep up to date with the latest research in your field:
- ACS2Go – ACS Publications’ mobile platform optimized for tablets and smartphones
- C&EN – keep up to date with the latest chemistry news
- ACS Journals Mobile App
Several other apps are available, for fun and careers interests.
Find out more on the ACS Mobile Apps website: http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/mobile-apps.html.
To find out more about apps from other publishers please see our blog: https://cambridgechemlib.wordpress.com/category/apps/.
The new Spacefinder website – the second project in the Futurelib programme – which matches student study preferences with available spaces across Cambridge has officially launched.
Whether a student wants to work alone or in a group, silently or with background noise, in a modern or historic library, Spacefinder will show them matching spaces nearby. However, the service is not only limited to libraries – the project’s research phase revealed that students enjoy a wider study landscape and that many prefer to work outside of libraries in coffee shops or common areas. This is why Spacefinder helps students locate these spaces too, thereby supporting students whatever their particular needs.
The service can be searched by study preferences, keyword or by navigating a map of Cambridge. Images of the spaces help the searcher decide whether the space is for them, as does information on the facilities they can expect to find there, such as WiFi, phone signal, large desks, caffeine and natural daylight.
Try it out today! Spacefinder can be accessed at: http://spacefinder.lib.cam.ac.uk.
It is important to note that this is a pilot website. Please report any bugs or glitches to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out more about Futurelib here: https://futurelib.wordpress.com/.
RSC Mobile provides readers with access to search University subscribed RSC journals content from the RSC Publishing Platform via the University’s wireless network.
Download the app while you’re connected to a University wireless network (UniOfCam or Eduroam) and access the most relevant scientific research via Latest Articles or Search options and save articles for reading offline.
RSC Mobile includes:
- Up-to-the-minute access to RSC journals
- Full text HTML and PDF access via wireless networks for subscribing institutions/organisations
- The latest news from our RSC Publishing Platform
- Saving articles for offline reading
- Share your favourite content via email, Twitter or Facebook
Find out more here!
Photo credit: Paul Hudson p_a_h on Flickr Creative Commons.
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments) has just released two brand new mobile apps and a newly optimized version of the JoVE website which streamlines access to content from any mobile device.
Members of the University of Cambridge can now view JoVE on their iPhone, Android tablet or other device.
To download JoVE Mobile, search for ‘JoVE’ in the Apple app store or on Google Play.
Once you have downloaded the app you must select ‘Sign Up’ and create an account using your ‘@cam’ email address. This is how JoVE recognises that you are a member of the University of Cambridge so that you can access subscribed content.
The University has subscribed to the Biology (from 2006), Neuroscience (from 2010), and Immunology & Infection (from 2010) sections of JoVE.
Features of the apps include:
- the ability to ‘favorite’ videos and add them to a list that you can access at any time
- ability to browse videos
- see recommendations for related videos that you might be interested in
- see which videos have been added recently
- share content through Twitter or Facebook