You're a college student, so you're always on the go. You may be doing course work at home, work, or in multiple spots on campus. Here are some of the top (Free!) tools that can help you out. Some resources in this guide are free only to COM students.
Get started with these top free library apps.
Borrow library books right from the shelves and more! See the How to cloudLibrary guide for step by step instructions.
Stream feature films sleeted by COM faculty to support their courses from studios like MGM, Paramount, and Sony on your Android or iOS device. Here's how:
Access Films on Demand videos and video clips 24/7—on your smartphone or tablet, wherever you are. See step by step instructions for creating personal account.
Films on Demand (FOD) has thousands of high quality academic and archival streaming videos from sources like BBC, National Geographic, PBS, TED and more. Covers academic and technical subjects, as well as historical footage, including content from some of the top producers of video.
Get free eBooks on family, relationships, health, life after military, self-improvement, history, succeeding in college, literature from 20th and 21st century authors as well as leisure reading.
The app is available for Android, iOS and Windows devices. If you prefer reading on your Kindle, Libby can send your library books to it.
Get free eBooks on family, relationships, health, life after military, self-improvement, history, succeeding in college, literature from 20th and 21st century authors and leisure reading.
Instantly borrow eBooks, audiobooks, comics, music, movies & TV - 24/7 and FREE with your library card all within one app.
Access all your docs that you've scanned on the library's KIC scanner in one easy place. With MyDocs you can:
Whether in a clinical setting or on the go, Nursing Reference Center (NRC) Plus provides nurses with quick and easy access to the most current nursing information. Complimentary with all subscriptions, the Nursing Reference Center Plus mobile app gives nurses instant access, both on and offline, to content on their iPhones, iPads or Android devices. Want more? Go to How to Use Nursing Reference Center Plus (NRC).