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How to get BrowZine
BrowZine is available through a web version designed for computers or by downloading their app to your mobile device.
BrowZine is free for UGA affiliates.
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. Set up a free BrowZine account to save journals and articles to a personal bookshelf and to sync your readings across devices.
What is BrowZine?
BrowZine is a library-subscribed app that lets you read and save many of our scholarly journals in a more visually-appealing interface. BrowZine will alert you when a new issue of a journal is available.
With BrowZine, use your computer, phone or tablet to:
- Browse through scholarly journals in your field
- Save key journals or articles to your personal bookshelf
- Receive alerts when new articles or issues have been published by journals on your bookshelf
- Save articles for off-line reading; email them to yourself or a colleague; or export to EndNote, Refworks, Zotero, or Mendeley
- See journal rankings within an academic discipline. Rankings are provided by SCImago Journal Rank and based on the number of citations to the journal and the prestige of those citing journals.
BrowZine does not include all the Libraries' subscriptions. Journals included must be scholarly and able to work with BrowZine technology. Only journals that are subscribed to by the UGA Libraries or open access are included.
Current list of publishers included
To see if a specific title is included, search the web version or download the app to search for it. Don't see your favorite UGA-subscribed journal? BrowZine continues to add new journals. Contact us and we will ask BrowZine to add it.
The fine print:
BrowZine coverage begins in 2005 or later. To access earlier issues, use the Libraries' Journal Search.
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.