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You can borrow iPad minis from the library for 7 days!

The library has prepoplulated the iPads with many useful apps! Some of those apps include:

Evernote

An easy-to-use app that helps you stay organized, save ideas, and improve productivity by taking notes, snapping photos, creating to-do lists, scanning images, and even recording messages!

Epocrates (free version)

A clinical resource app that helps you quickly review drug prescriving and safety information for brand, generic, and OTC drugs, check for harmful drug-drug interactions, perform different calculations like BMI, and more!

Calculate by QxMD

Featuring over 150 unique calculators and decision support tools useful for clinical practice to help aid with diagnosis, treatment, or determining the prognosis

Quizlet

A simple and creative way to study anywhere through creating your own flashcards with text, images, and audio

The iPads also come with 4 productivity apps the Library purchased for your convenience!

Papers

This app is your library of research! Find, read, organize, and sync articles, then annotate and draw your notes right on the document. You can even store and synchronize with DropBox

iAnnotate

Use iAnnotate to read, mark up, and share PDF, DOC, PPT and image files! Sync files with your Loyola Box account, collaborate with others, and elaborate annotations with pop-up comments

GoodReader

This PDF reader can read anything from huge PDF and TXT files to manuals and books. You can also markup the PDFs with text boxes, sticky notes, lines, arrows, and freehand drawings

Medical Spanish: Healthcare Phrasebook

Use this app to assist you with asking "yes or no" questions in Spanish and become more familiar with common healthcare phrases

*These apps are also available to download to your own iPad for 30 days

Useful Information

While you have the iPad, you can install additional apps using your Apple ID & Password through the App Store. (Don't have an Apple ID? Easily create one by clicking here and following the steps). Any additional apps downloaded will be associated with your Apple ID and can be reinstalled onto any apple device in the future.

Once returned, all information on the iPad is erased and will be restored to library settings. This includes any apps installed, login information, and documents downloaded. Be sure to save any documents before returning the device—while apps can be reinstalled using your Apple ID, documents downloaded to the device are not associated with your ID

Vincent J. Galante, M.D. Information Commons: Open 24/7

Library staff available: Mon-Thurs: 8:30am-7:00pm
Fri: 8:30am-5:00pm


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