Library images on your iPhone

Duke Library Digital Image collection directoryLooking for that perfect image for your class, but away from your computer? Now, search over 32,000 images from the Duke University Libraries’ digital collections on your iPhone, through DukeMobile, Duke’s integrated iPhone Application.

iPhone and iPod Touch users can browse and search twenty collections that range from advertisements and documentary photography to sheet music. You can save and download images to an album, and access all descriptive information. Search images by keyword on your iPhone

Making digital image collections viewable on mobile devices is part of the library’s ongoing efforts to make its resources available whenever and wherever researchers need them.

DukeMobile, introduced in March 2009, currently serves about 50,000 users, providing mobile access to the campus directory, sports scores, interactive maps, event listings, the course catalog, and Duke videos on YouTube.

Andrea Novicki

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Andrea helps faculty teach effectively and efficiently. She works primarily with scientists, using her biology background, love of science and teaching experience. Her current enthusiasms include active learning, group learning (especially team-based learning) and assessment.