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Last Updated: Sep 15, 2014 URL: http://guides.libs.uga.edu/browzine Print Guide RSS Updates
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Meet BrowZine!

 

What is BrowZine?

BrowZine is a library-subscribed app that lets you read recent journals on your mobile device.

Devices supported

All iPads, iPhones and iPod Touches with iOS v7.x+

Android Tablets with OS v4.0+  (Android Phones coming Fall 2014)

Kindle Fire HD Tablets

Journals available

BrowZine back issues begin in 2005 or later. To read earlier issues, use the Libraries' Journal Locator.

BrowZine only includes journals that are scholarly and either subscribed to by the UGA Libraries or open access. BrowZine does not yet include all the Libraries' subscriptions. As a new product, BrowZine is adding journals and publishers regularly.

Current list of publishers included

To see if a specific title is included, download the app and search for it. Don't see your favorite UGA-subscribed journal? Contact us and we'll ask Browzine to add it.

Browzine is not a tool for searching for articles by subject. Use a GALILEO database or Multi-Search to identify articles on a specific topic.

Saving, emailing, and exporting

BrowZine allows you to:

Save articles for off-line reading
Email articles to yourself or a colleague
Export articles to RefWorks, Zotero, and Mendeley (EndNote is not yet available)

BrowZine FAQ

 

How to get BrowZine

Get BrowZine from the Apple App Store, the Google Play Store, or the Amazon Kindle App Store. BrowZine is free to download.

Choose “University of Georgia” from the list of libraries so you have access to our journals. Log in with your MyID and password, and you are ready to read. Remember that you'll need to update your password under 'Settings' whenever you change your MyID password.

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