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Libraries & Archives

Tuesday, February 05, 2013

Want to take EBSCO with you?

All those magazine and journal articles? All the eBooks? EBSCO is available on your iPhone or Android device...

How to:

Go get the EBSCO app from the iTunes Store or Google Play. You can either enter as a guest or click on HELP. This will tell you to go to your library website (Butler - or any library in Kansas, go State Library!). Log on to EBSCO using your Pipeline username and password, just like everything else.

At the bottom of the search screen, you'll see a little note:

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Mobile Site New: EBSCOhost iPhone and Android Applications EBSCO Support Site Privacy Policy Terms of Use Copyright
© 2013 EBSCO Industries, Inc. All rights reserved.

Click on it, and you'll get this email after you tell the where to send it.

Dear EBSCOhost user,
To begin using the EBSCOhost iPhone and Android applications, follow the instructions below.
Step 1:
Download the app from the iTunes Store or Google Play
Step 2:
View this email on your device, then tap this authentication key
(Note: You must access the link in Step 2 from your device. The activation link will expire in 24 hours.)
Questions? Visit the support page or send an email to
Thank you!
EBSCO Publishing

Friday, February 01, 2013

February Newsbank

February 2013 - Update

NewsBank’s Special Reports are news articles, images, videos and other useful content grouped for convenience under specific topics and themes. Easily accessible within NewsBank resources, they enable users to quickly locate information on a specific subject while helping them gain better insight into current issues and events on a global scale. Each Report features current and retrospective coverage, and new articles are added daily. Special Reports constitute a unique value to your users, and are included with your NewsBank subscription. There are over 50 Reports to be sure the information you need is always available.

All Special Reports are accessed from the left side bar on your online resource menu page at, on search screens and the Other NewsBank Products link in full-text newspaper products. We suggest adding a link to these Reports on your library webpage under all relevant subject areas.

Following is a listing of some of the Special Reports that may be of particular interest to you at this time.

Watch for the release of additional current events and issues featured throughout the month as news happens.

February Topics and Monthly Themes
Celebrating Black History Month
School Security and Safety
World Health – National Heart Month
World Economics
Issues in the News

Additional featured Reports covering current issues and events
Natural Disasters
World Environment
World Politics and Government
Science and Health in the News
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Film and Television – News and Awards

As always, we welcome suggestions for new topics of interest to you and your users for additional Special Reports.


Phyllis Comrie
Director, Marketing and Product Content
NewsBank, inc.


Newsbank is found within EBSCO or view it as a standalone database on our website at Butler Libraries. -- Micaela