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UsingYour smartphonefor research

Accessing e-books viaLibrary Search

Accessing JSTOR via your phone

Browsing journal articles with Browzine

Using Mendeley on your phone

Accessing journal articles via your browser (JSTOR)

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This journal article is available via JSTOR. It's easy to find JSTOR articles via a Google Search. Click on the hyper link to access.

If you are looking for a journal article choose the author name and/or a few words from the title e.g. G. R. Elton, ‘Henry VII: Rapacity and Remorse’, The Historical Journal 1 (1958), 21-39

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The University library subscribes to articles on JSTOR, so click on the link to Log in through your library.

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Log in via an Institution. Type Canterbury in the search box. Choose Canterbury Christ Church University and Log in using your computing username and password when prompted.

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Download the PDF of the article and read it on your device.

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Read and accept the terms and conditions and proceed to read the article online.

Browzine

BrowZine is a tool for browsing and reading journals quickly and easily, helping you to stay up to date with your favourite titles and topics.For example, if you are writing your dissertation on the Cold War then you might want to add the Cold War History journal to your Browzine shelf. You'll then be able to stay up to date with scholarship in this field.You can find Browzine via Library Search or you can download the app so that you can access the articles from your device.

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Available on Google Play and Apple. Click on the phone icon to find out more.

Accessing e-books via Library Search

You can access library resources via the university web pages or via your Blackboard.

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Click on the drop down menu and click on Current Students. You can access the Library e-books via the Library web pages or your Blackboard.

Search for Canterbury Christ Church University on your phone browser.

There is also a link to the Library under the Staff, Students and Governors link at the bottom of the page

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You can access library resources via the university web pages or via your Blackboard.

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Click on the Sections drop down menu to find the Library

You can access Library Services from your Blackboard

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You can access library resources via the university web pages or via your Blackboard.

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Click on Library Search to access the online library catalogue and digital discovery tool.

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Click on the menu and Log into Library Search

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Here is the log in screen. Use your Canterbury Christ Church University computing username and password to log in.

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Put your search terms in this box and begin looking for e-books. Click on the magnifying glass to search.

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Click on filter results to limit to e-books

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Filter by format e-books

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Click on the title for further details and to access the full-text online.

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Click on the link to CCCU ebook to access the full text.

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Read the e-book online

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You can enlarge the image using your two fingers.

Mendeley

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Manage your references from your phoneRead articles on the go

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Link to App store

Links to Google Play store

Contact the i-zone : i-zone@canterbury.ac.uk or library.canterbury@canterbury.ac.uk

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