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McGraw-Hill Access Collections

A guide on the resources available in Gumberg Library's McGraw-Hill Access Collections

Access Mobile App

The Access app allows students, faculty, and health professionals to search and review all of McGraw Hill's medical resources remotely. Students and faculty members can save content to access later even when they are off-campus, and health professionals can review reliable information at the point of care. Users can refresh their knowledge with quick summarizing overviews or access the full, original text for more in-depth information.


Setting up a Mobile Account 

You will need to create a free Access Profile account to set up an account in the mobile app. The Access app is available to download from the Google Play or the App Store in your mobile device. To maintain access to your mobile account, you will need to sign-in to your Access Profile account online and re-authenticate your account with your institution every 90 days.

  • Sign in to your Access profile:

prompt for Access mobile app

  • You will be asked some questions to personalize your account
  • You will need to sign-in to your Access Profile account through Gumberg and re-authenticate your account every 90 days:

Access authentication message to inform users to re-authenticate their account every 90 days

Searching Access Mobile App

  • Search from your dashboard or the center search tab:

Dashboard search bar in Access Mobile app

  • Filter your results by content type:

Search for "antidepressive agents" in Access Mobile App

Content type filter in Access mobile app with "books" and "quick reference" selected

  • Select material and search for your subject within that resource:

Book resource material in Access Mobile app

Keyword search for "antidepressants" in book chapter resource in Access mobile app