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How do I use the Safari Tech Books smartphone app with the library's subscription?

Last Updated: Nov 13, 2013  |  444 Views

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To use the Safari To Go app to read Safari Tech Books Online materials on your smartphone or tablet, you will need to first create a personal account on the Safari Tech Books Online database. Your smartphone will also have to be on the university's wifi network.

To create a Safari Tech Books Online account: Go through the library's website to access the database (you'll have to log in if you're off-campus). After you've created your own account, you can log into the app on your smartphone or tablet using your personal username and password.

Remember that your device needs to be pulling its data from the university's wifi network.

For more information about library e-books, please visit our E-Book Guide, where you can learn how to find e-books in our collection, download them for offline use, or transfer them to your tablet or e-book reader.

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