iPad Users: Try BrowZine for Journal Access

If you are an iPad user, you can view selected electronic journal content in a virtual bookshelf model. Download BrowZine from the Apple store and select University of Denver as your home institution and you will be able to browse, read, and monitor some of your favorite academic journals. Coverage is strongest in the sciences, and has limited coverage in social sciences and humanities.

Current publishers with content in BrowZine include: AAAS Science (American Association for the Advancement of Science); ACM (Association for Computing Machinery); ACS (American Chemical Society); AMS (American Mathematical Society); ASM (American Society for Microbiology); BioMed Central; BMJ (British Medical Journal Publications); Brill; Cambridge; CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation – Australia); Elsevier; Emerald; IEEE; IOP (Institute of Physics); JAMA Network (American Medical Association); JMLA: Journal of the Medical Library Association; Nature Group; New England Journal of Medicine; Oxford; Palgrave-McMillan; PLoS (Public Library of Science); Royal Society of Chemistry; SAGE; Springer; Taylor & Francis; and Wiley. New content is added on a regular basis.

When you download the BrowZine app, you will need to associate it with the University of Denver, and enter your DU ID and passcode for authentication purposes. You will then be able to see our subscribed content and add your favorite journals to a personal bookshelf.

An Android version of BrowZine is anticipated in the near future.

Questions? Contact the University Libraries’ Research Center (research-help@du.edu or 303-871-2905).

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