Scroll down to the bottom of the screen. There will be a blue hyperlink: iPhone and Android Apps. (This will also work on iPads and tablets).
Enter your HCC email address into the box that comes up. You will be sent an email with the key and instructions. You only have 24 hours to use this link, or you will need to submit your email again.
Open the email on your smart phone or tablet and follow the directions. The authentication key will be valid for 9 months.
Download the app, and then open up the link from your tablet. You will now be able to use EBSCOhost and its 20 databases.
SpringerLink in your device’s app store.
LibAnywhere in your device’s app store.
Search the Brish Library’s catalog or check your library account. You are also able to browse the catalog of any library within their database. Sign into your Hagerstown Community College library account using your borrower ID and the last four digits of your home phone.
This app works for users who are on-site at Hagerstown Community College. If outside of Hagerstown’s network, you will need to provide a username and password to log into the mobile site. The password must be in lowercase. Register for free to save images for use in class assignments.
Gale's "Access My Library" (College)
Access My Library in your device’s app store.
This app requires you to login just once using your HCC email address. Then you can view Gale’s virtual reference resources on a wide range of topics, including maps and encyclopedias.
Step 1: Download the app
Step 2: Search Maryland, and then scroll down to Hagerstown Community College. Click “Need Password” and provide your HCC email. You will be sent a password that you will type in the app.
On-campus users of LexisNexis Academic with access to Wi-Fi or a wireless network will be authenticated directly into LexisNexis Academic. Off-campus users will need to log into LexisNexis Academic via their library's portal.
Literature Resources Center
Gale “AccessMyLibrary” in your device’s app store.
BlueFire Reader in your device’s app store.
Note: Any database not listed can be accessed via your mobile browser, on and off campus, by using the link on the A-Z Database page.
New / Trial Databases
The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
This resource contains records from leading sources in the fields of criminal justice and criminology, offering more than 320 full-text magazines and journals, more than 520,000 records, and coverage of more than 600 journals from around the world. Content also includes subjects such as forensic sciences, substance abuse and addiction, and probation and parole.
This database offers full-text access to top journals covering a wide array of scientific and technical subjects such as Aeronautics, Archaeology, Biology, Chemistry, Computer technology, Materials science, and Physics. In addition it provides indexing and abstracts for more than 1,800 publications.