By Michael Jones, on 21 September 2015
UCL Library Services has signed up to a new journal browsing service called BrowZine. BrowZine is an app that allows browsing of our journal collection in an easy and intuitive way on mobile devices.
The benefits of BrowZine are a simple entry point to view journal titles, either by title search or by browsing titles by subject category; the ability to create your own bookshelf of regularly read titles; the option to save articles for later offline reading; receive notification of new articles; and options to export content to bibliographic management tools.
The vast majority of our scholarly journal content is available within BrowZine, with an emphasis on current content. Archival access is generally available back to 2005, with ongoing developments to extend this. Initially an app for mobile devices, BrowZine has now been further developed to provide a web version.
The BrowZine app is available for download from the following link: http://thirdiron.com/download-browzine. BrowZine Web will shortly be available via Metalib.
If you require any further information on BrowZine, or assistance in set-up and access, then please contact the E-resources Team: firstname.lastname@example.org