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New Emerald app – Journal Articles on the Go!

As part of our commitment to supporting you with all your research needs, over the last few months we’ve been recommending some useful business apps for you to download to your tablet devices, some of which are for accessing our databases and some which are for useful external sources.

The launch of Emerald’s first app provides a feature-rich interface with which to find, read and save Emerald academic journal content if you’re on the go.

Showcasing a clean and easy to use design, the app makes searching and browsing for journal content an intuitive and time saving experience. As Emerald subscribers, our customers need simply download the app for their own device and use the search and browse options to start finding content immediately.

You can also tap the “My Profile” box and login to your free profile. If you don’t yet have a profile, you can quickly sign up on the Emerald web-site and unlock the extra functionality, the app allows you to:

  • Find what you need, when you need it: Search and browse Emerald’s extensive online content library of almost 100,000 journal articles.
  • Personalise your experience: Use your Emerald profile to manage your marked lists and saved searches.
  • Spread the word: Email links to your friends/colleagues and share content via the built-in Facebook and Twitter functionality.
  • Enhance your knowledge: Read full-text content through the integrated browser. Most content is available in easy to read PDF format too.
  • The Emerald app is optimized for the iPad and compatible with iPhone and iPad touch. It requires iOS 3.0 or later and is available free of charge from your app provider.

Remember if you’re using an iPad make certain to add the MBS Library Service  page to your Home Screen for easy access to all the Resources we have to offer you for your research. Simply open our page then tap the arrow in a box symbol next to the top URL line and then select “Add to Home Screen”. You can even edit the name of the Web Icon, after you’ve done this – tap the “Add” button.

  1. 16 March 2012 at 3:04 pm

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