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Mobile Health Science Resources

What is this guide?

Want to access PubMed on your mobile device?

Need to search for articles in Scopus while on the move?

This guide is here to help you quickly find mobile health science resources. We have consolidated mobile sites and applications which are subscribed to by University of Toronto Libraries, as well as some free sites and applications that may be of help in your research.


UofT Libraries Mobile Application


Visit University of Toronto Libraries' mobile site to browse our catalog online, renew your books, access library hours and more!





We also have a mobile app for Android, iOS and Blackberry operating systems. You can download it here or via the QR code to the left.
Available for: Android iOS Blackberry



QR Codes

qrcodeA QR (or quick response) code is a two dimensional, easily scanable bar code. Using a mobile phone and a scanning application, QR codes can be read and the data stored within them retrieved. This is most often a URL. On this guide, QR codes are provided for several applications and mobile sites.

Don't have a barcode scanner on your phone? Look for one of these applications in your respective application store:

Android: Barcode Scanner
iOS: QR Reader for iPhone
Blackberry: Blackberry Messenger already does this for you!
webOS: QR deCODEr

... among many others!