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The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art has recently release a mobile app for iOS that provides high-resolution images of selected works from the collection, gallery audio tours, and general museum information. The app can be downloaded for free at the iTunes store.
You can also search the Crystal Bridges Museum Library through the UofA's library catalog.
JoVE, the Journal of Visualized Experiments, is the world's first peer reviewed scientific video journal.
The Libraries currently subscribe to JoVE Biology.
JoVE has released a mobile site, as well as apps for Android and iOS. To use any of these services, you will first need to create a personal account on JoVE from a computer connected to the campus network. After that, you can use your personal login to access JoVE from anywhere.
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:
The Kanopy App lets you stream acclaimed movies and documentaries on-demand from award-winning filmmakers. Browse our collection of top film-festival favorites, the best classic films, world cinema, and popular movies. It's available as an iOS app from the iTunes store or as an Android app from Google Play.
To use the Kanopy app when you are away from the campus network, you;ll need to create a personal Kanopy account.
You can also link your Kanopy account to your Roku device or Apple TV.
Read more on the Kanopy support site.
The NML (Naxos Music Library) App lets you access more than 40,000 CDs (more than 580,000 tracks) of all kinds of music, including classical, jazz, blues, world, folk, and even spoken word. NML is available as an iOS app from the iTunes store or as an Android app from the Android Marketplace.
The Naxos 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 app: