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Databases Help

Information about how to access online databases, eBooks, eJournals and other library resources that are available to current EKU Library students, faculty, and staff.

Apps to Simplify Library Research

BrowZine is a tablet application that lets you browse, read and monitor EKU's subscribed scholarly journals right on your mobile device! Or, if you prefer reading on your laptop or desktop, BrowZine for the Web is a great option for reading scholarly articles.

To get started

  • search for “BrowZine” in the app store on your iPad, iPhone, or Android device
  • download the app for free
  • select Eastern Kentucky University
  • enter your EKU email login credentials when prompted, with the Username in the following format:
    • Students: FirstName_LastName | example: john_smith
    • Faculty: LastNameFirstInitial | example: smithj

NOTE: You will not find every EKU-subscribed journal in Browzine. Browzine focuses on scholarly journal content. Often, aggregated journal packages include a large number of non-scholarly titles, such as trade publications and popular magazines, and these will not be included in BrowZine.  For example, although EBSCO's Academic Search Complete includes articles from magazines such as Organic Gardening60 Minutes Magazine, and Road & Truck, these fall outside the scope of BrowZine.  However, titles such as Annals of Internal Medicine will be included. A full list of publishers currently supported by Browzine is available here. You may also make a content request for Browzine to add a journal to their platform via their Content Request Forum.

Gale's AccessMyLibrary College Editionapp is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Android.

Apple users: Download the AccessMyLibrary College Edition app

Android users: Download the AccessMyLibrary College Edition app

Learn more about the AccessMyLibrary College Edition app.  You must do a one-time login using your institutional EKU email in order to activate your access to the app.

ACS Mobile App is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Android. Users must be within EKU's network range in order to access the full-text of EKU Libraries' subscription to ACS Publications. The ACS Mobile App is not free.

Apple users: Download ACS Mobile App

Android users: Download ACS Mobile App

Learn more about the ACS Mobile App.  

Please read PsychiatryOnline's Mobile Device Pairing Guide to learn how to pair your device with EKU's account credentials. If you if you have questions about this process, please contact

Publisher Sites Optimized for Mobile

BioOne is now optimized for mobile devices.  EKU users should pair their mobile device with EKU's BioOne subscription privileges by requesting a pairing code from BioOne.  (Requires a free BioOne account)

Follow these steps:

  • From a desktop, laptop, or tablet device, go to BioOne (  If off-campus, you will be prompted to login with your EKU email login.
  • Copy and paste this link into your web browser:
  • Login to your BioOne account, or create an account.
  • The pairing code will appear on the next screen.
  • Go to on your mobile device.
  • Tap the Settings icon that appears at the top of the Home Screen.
  • Tap Device Pairing on the next screen.
  • Enter your pairing code at the bottom of the screen and click Verify Code.
  • Your mobile device will be paired for 180 days, after which you will need to re-authenticate it.

More information about mobile access to BioOne.

CJO Mobile lets you access the Cambridge Journals platform from any mobile device. Use this link to ensure you are able to access EKU Library's paid Cambridge Journals subscriptions.

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