Download this app to access the complete CIA World Factbook. This app provides information on over 250 different countries including geography, people, government, economy, communications, transportation, military, and transnational issues. This app also contains national flags and maps. Cost: $0.99
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Search the content of Encyclopædia Britannica through this mobile site.
Download a variety of apps for your mobile device from Google mobile.
Search and download a variety of educational courses through the iTunesU app.
Search the library catalog on the go! From any mobile device, point your mobile browser to http://outulsa.worldcat.org/m.
You’ll also see links to the library home page, our interlibrary loan service, our Ask Here service, and a map to campus. Plus, you can just click the phone number to make a call straight to the library front desk for help with finding your materials.
Never be at a loss for words with this essential app. Features include voice search, synonyms, antonyms, exmample sentences, and Word of the Day.
Create customizable radio stations to listen to while you study by downloading Pandora’s mobile application.
Follow this link to Project Gutenberg’s mobile site where you can search for over 33,000 free eBooks. EBooks can be downloaded to a PC, iPad, Kindle, Sony Reader, iPhone, Android, or other portable device.
Explore full episodes and videos clips from the Smithsonian Channel.
Find the latest news regarding the Tulsa area by visiting the Tulsa World mobile site. Or, download one of the mobile apps by visiting the Tulsa World homepage at http://www.tulsaworld.com/. Scroll to the bottom of the page to view the various digital editions available.
Access to Tulsa World electronic content requires a print or an e-edition subscription.
Access the many articles available on Wikipedia through its mobile site. You can also download a Wikipedia app by visiting the iTunes store or the Android market.