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Knovel, the collection of engineering and technical handbooks and manuals, has released an app for Android and iOS (iPads only). My Knovel to Go allows you to save documents from the Knovel database to be read at a later time on your tablet.
How it works:
The Naxos Jazz app will allow you to listen to playlists already created on the Naxos web site. You can create personal playlists or listen to those your instructor has created for your class.
To use the NML Jazz app:
Here's what's new:
New to Mango? Mango is a service offered by the Libraries that is free to you. With Mango, you can learn (or brush up on) conversational skills in more than 60 foreign languages. Mango is the perfect supplement to your coursework here at the UofA or as preparation for study abroad. (And, if you are into time travel, you can also learn how to converse in ancient Greek, Roman or Hebrew.) Mango also offers English-language courses for speakers of Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Italian, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, and Vietnamese. Lessons cover vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and culture in real-world situations;
Mango makes learning fun.
If you have previously downloaded the Mango app, it should have automatically updated on your device. If you need to install for the first time:
More information can be found on the Mango mobile site