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Put the Pollak Library in Your Pocket

Posted in Faculty, General News, Library Services, Library Tools, Research Assistance, Staff & Administrators, Students, and Technical Support

Need to do some research on the fly?

The Pollak Library now has a mobile website that provides access to a full array of library services! Simply point your web enabled mobile device to http://www.library.fullerton.edu to access the library anytime, anywhere! The site will work on any web enabled mobile device including iPhone, iPod, Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone 7.

  • Got a research question? With the mobile site you can get research help from a librarian through instant messenger or SMS.
  • Need to know if there are any open computers? With the new computer availability app, the mobile site can tell you the number of computers open in each of the five computer labs located throughout the Information Learning Commons.
  • Have a class in the Library and don’t know where to go? The library mobile site has a list of current events being held in the Library and even displays the library hours.
  • Need to find some articles? The mobile site provides access to all of our mobile-enhanced research databases.

With the Pollak Library mobile site, you meet all of your research needs and do so much more from the palm of your hand!

QR Code to access the Pollak Library mobile site
QR Code to access the Pollak Library mobile site

If you have a web-enabled mobile phone with a QR Code Reader, point your phone’s camera at this QR code to go directly to our mobile site.

What are QR Codes?

QR Codes are two-dimensional barcodes which can be scanned by a cell phone camera prompting the cell phone to load a webpage URL, display text, call a phone number, or send a text message that is encoded in the QR code.

In order to make use of QR Codes you need: