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How to use e-resources: Mobile access to e-resources

Access to e-resources anywhere & anytime

You can read e-books, e-journals and articles and use dictionaries also on your smart phone, tablet or e-book reader.

Many e-resources have sites which are specifically optimized for mobile devices. The site will open automatically when entering the page.

There is an app or mobile optimized site available for e-resources presented below.

The degree students and the staff of Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences are allowed to use electronic resources at university's computer network and even outside the university network through remote access, for instance at home or on mobile devices. Use your SeAMK university username and password to log in.

It is advisable to explore the content and user rights of e-resources. Detailed information about user rights can be found on FinELib pages. Permitted and prohibited use are explained under each e-resource. First choose a resource by name. Information in English at the end of each page.

E-resources with an app or mobile optimized page

Ebscohost Journal Databases available for SeAMK degree students and staff:

Sites are optimized for mobile devices and they will open automatically. Click the links above and the mobile-friendly version of the site will display.

 

EBSCOhost Mobile Applications for e-journals

You can also read articles on Ebscohost through the application for iOS and Android devices. There is an application (Ebscohost) available in app marketplaces. After installing the app on your device, it must be authenticated from the EBSCOhost. After downloading, the articles are available for offline reading also.

Instructions for EBSCOhost Mobile Applications - iPhone and Android:
http://support.epnet.com/knowledge_base/detail.php?id=5718

 

Ebsco e-books

There is a mobile app EBSCO eBooks available. You can download the app for iOS and Android devices from your app marketplace. Authenticate the eBooks app with your Adobe ID. When you start searching for e-books, use Find My Library and choose first Finland and then Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences. Sign in with your personal Ebsco account.
If you do not have an account, go to Ebsco user interface, click Sign in and create one in "Create account". More information about the mobile app and instructions how to enable the app can be found in Ebsco LibGuides.

More information for using Ebsco e-books can be found on e-books guide.

You can download and read Ellibs e-books on your iOS and Android devices using the free Bluefire Reader App.
Download Bluefire Reader to your device from your app marketplave and authorize the app with your Adobe ID.

More information on e-books guide.

My Knovel ToGo App

There is a free application available for iOS and Android tablets in app marketplaces. For the first time, create a My Knovel account on your PC. After installing the app, log in to the app with your credentials. After downloading, the articles are available for offline reading also. Downloaded books are available also on your PC through your My Knovel account.

Instructions: https://goo.gl/IDPN9y

  1. To start using MOT Mobile Online, create a MOT user account by clicking the user account icon on the top right corner on university's MOT Online service. Write your SeAMK email address, other email addresses have no right to use MOT Mobile Online. 
  2. You'll get an activation link to your email. Activate the user account by clicking the link in your email.
  3. Use your phone's browser to navigate to motpro.fi. Log in with the credentials you created in MOT Online.

 

Watch the training video How to start using MOT Mobile Online

You need to be signed in to your personal ProQuest Ebook Central account to download an ebook. If you do not have an account, click Sign in and create one in "Join Ebook Central".

You can download and read e-books on your iOS and Android devices using the free Bluefire Reader App.
Download Bluefire Reader to your device from app marketplace and authorize the app with your Adobe ID.

More information on e-books guide.

Watch the training video:

There is a free application available for iOS and Android devices in app marketplaces. PubMed on Tap (subject to a charge), PubMed on Tap Lite (free) and PubMed Mobile (Android).

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