Last Updated: Mar 2, 2014
- EBSCO Databases
Download the EBSCOHost app from itunes or android market (free). Scroll to the bottom of any EBSCO database and click the link "iPhone and Android Applications." Then while in your mobile device, select the link in the email that is sent to you from EBSCO. The access will last for nine months; you then simply have to repeat the confirmation process again.
- American Chemical Society Publications
Download the iphone/ipad or droid app from itunes or android market ($). Connect on Messiah's wireless network, or on Messiah VPN. Search ACS journals and access full-text holdings.
Only Apple devices work at this time, and you will need to register in ArtStor for an account.
BioOne provides a searchable aggregation of over 65 bioscience research journals from more than 50 publishers. Mobile-friendly. Select "View Mobile Site" at top of screen.
(Apps available for
See links for specific details)
Select PubMed Mobile link on the PubMed homepage.
You are required to input the group code. Please use the following "RWMessiahC"
- ScienceDirect Mobile app
App available for iphone, ipad, and android. You must first register and create an account in ScienceDirect through the library website, and provide your college email address. Then download the SciVerse Science Direct app. You can then access all full-text articles available through the library subscription, and save or email articles.
- ScienceDirect Mobile app: Instruction Manual for iphone
- SciFinder Mobile
Users must first have a SciFinder account created through SciFinder web version.
Contact the Chemistry Librarian, Beth Transue, for more information
visit the following to download the app. Get app
Access the mobile version of worldcat through your browser.
- Text a Librarian
- Chronicle of Higher Education
Download app to ipad.
1. While on campus, connect to Chronicle website and create a personal account. Verify account with Messiah email address.
2. Download app.
3. Sign in to app with personal account information. You now have access to Chronicle content through Messiah Library subscription