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Last Updated: Aug 8, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Locate apps for the following disciplines:


HelpMePublish App

HelpMePublish (HMP) is an iPhone/iPad app designed to help researchers avoid publication pitfalls and increase their readership.

The app does this by providing relevant and accurate information to help you choose which journals to publish in – based on information provided by publishers, subject experts and the experiences your peers have had with that journal. HMP provides databases on 13 major subject areas containing information on more than 6000 reputable academic journals.

UNE academics and researchers can download the app for free from the iTunes App Store.


Mobile Resources

Mobile devices (also called handheld devices) include iPhones, Android phones, PDAs, and smartphones. They provide access to web sites through wireless networking or cell phone data networks. Since mobile devices have smaller screens than a typical laptop or desktop computer, native applications or apps can provide alternative access for these devices.


Authentication and Remote Access

Even when you are on-campus, your phone or mobile device may not be connected to the UNE network. 

Most library databases and ejournals are licensed for current UNE students, faculty, and staff only.  Database and journal publishers often determine your access rights based on the IP address of the device you are using to access their site.

The standards for authentication on mobile devices are evolving.

  • Some devices use your UNE email as your authentication.
  • Other publishers require you to register for a personal account from an on-campus computer before accessing the mobile site. Your login credentials then become your username and password for the mobile app or site.
  • Some publishers use device pairing, usually by sending you an authentication email after you log in to the site. Pairing may expire after 6 to 12 months, after which you will need to pair your device again.

Read the instructions for each app carefully and be sure to ask us if you have any questions about access.


Hot articles app

The Hot Articles app lets you see the latest scholarly articles - across a range of subject areas. Click on any you are interested in, and the app will check to see if we have access via UNE.

Articles can then  be emailed. You can also receive notifications when new articles are available. Apple and Android apps are available.

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When you've installed the app, search for University of New England and select it. You'll then be able to browse by Subject area.

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