BrowZine is a new product recently added to the library’s database offerings that will be of particular interest to third- and fourth-year students and faculty. It provides a great way to browse online through most of the library’s scholarly journals published since 2005 in one easy-to-use interface. Try searching for the title of your favourite journal or create a list of all the journals in a specific subject area.
You can even set up journal alerts to never miss a new issue again. BrowZine will also allow you to:
- Sign up for a free account to personalize your experience (not required for basic use)
- Search for journals by title, subject, or ISSN
- Save articles and organize them in lists (referred to as “shelves” in a “bookcase”)
- Download and view articles in PDF
- Export articles to EndNote, Mendeley, Zotero, and more
- Switch between universities if you’re affiliated with more than one
- Find an article if the only piece of information you have is its DOI at https://libkey.io/
- Share links to specific articles using email or social media platforms
- Download an app for even easier access BrowZine is updated daily and includes access to some articles in press.
At this time, BrowZine will not allow you to search for articles by topic or keyword, like you may be accustomed to in our other databases. Try using the library search on our main page for those inquiries. BrowZine is available on the library’s website under “Databases,” which are organized alphabetically. Questions may be directed to Roxy Garstad at email@example.com. Look for more information on our website, including videos, over the next few months.