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Mobile Research: Mobile Research Home

A guide to accessing library resources through mobile apps and websites.

Introduction to Mobile Research

Need research on the go? Here are some of the library resources optimized for use on your mobile device.

Search for the library's books, ebooks, and media by using the RaiderSearch Mobile Site Point your device's browser to or go directly to

Accessing Library Resources from Your Device

When accessing databases, eBooks, and streaming video from your own device, you may need to login with your last name and Raider Number when prompted:

Library Resources for Mobile Devices

Access My Library (AML) College Edition - Gale Group App for iPhone, iPad, and Android
Searches databases and reference eBooks from Gale.  Download the App, then select your state,institution, and GRCC email address when prompted. AML will send a password to you.  
ArtStor Mobile Site
 If you do not have a registered account, go to the ArtStor website from your computer and register for a personal ARTstor account in the upper right corner. Then, on your mobile device, go to
Ebook Central Bluefire App for iPhone, iPad and Android
Ebook Central uses the Bluefire App. For help, see this guide.
Ebsco eBooks Mobile App
 Download the EBSCO eBooks app from Google Play or iTunes.
EbscoHost Mobile Site
 All Android and iOS smartphones and tablets are auto-detected and automatically directed to the mobile EbscoHost website, with the exception of iPads, which are directed to the full desktop version. EbscoHost databases include BusinessSource Elite and SocIndex.
Naxos Music Library App for iPhone, iPad and Android
If you do not have a registered account, go to Naxos Music Library from your computer and go to "Playlists" , then click Sign In to create an account. Then, download the app. You will be asked to login with the account you just created.