The BrowZine app is available as a free download for tablet or smartphone.
When you open BrowZine for the first time, you will see a list of schools.
BrowZine brings recent issues of scholarly journals to your tablet or smartphone for browsing. BrowZine emphasizes current awareness and browsing over focused research or searching.
It brings journal content together from Open Access and subscription databases into a single place, where you can save your favorite journals, view the tables of contents, and read or save articles, as new issues are released.
BrowZine is intended for people who want to stay current on articles being published in their field – researchers, faculty, administrators, graduate students and anyone else with favorite titles
BrowZine is available on the following tablets and smartphones:
BrowZine is only available as an app for mobile devices, and is not available for laptop or desktop computers. Currently there is no support for Windows tablets.
As a new service, BrowZine started with a small set of publishers and is adding more on a regular basis. See a list of currently supported publishers for more information.
Access to titles that the Consortium Library subscribes to should continue to grow, but please contact Ask a Librarian to suggest titles, and we will pass the suggestion along to BrowZine.
BrowZine is a tool to access current journal content. Please use Journal Titles to locate the older content of specific journals.
Probably not. Articles are available once they are bundled into an issue, so preprint articles that have not been assigned to an issue will probably not be accessible.
Nope! Articles in journal titles for which the library has a current subscription and whose publisher is supported by BrowZine can be accessed as soon as they’re published digitally and assigned a DOI.
Links in articles should work, if we have a subscription to the journal being linked to. If you get an error message, please contact us at Ask a Librarian.
Yes! If you run into problems, please contact us at Ask a Librarian.
Articles which have been saved can be found in the Saved Articles area, and can be read off-line, but other features will not work.
BrowZine doesn’t offer a printing function, but articles can be opened in other apps that allow printing, like Dropbox or iBooks. Use the icon in the upper right hand corner (three little squares in Android, a rectangle with an arrow in iOS) to open an article in a different app. The apps that are available there will depend on what you have installed on your tablet.
Yes, use the icon in the upper right hand corner (three little squares in Android, a rectangle with an arrow in iOS). You can also export to Zotero.