BrowZine is a website that makes it easy to browse electronic journals and find journal articles.
Search BrowZine by Title, Subject, or ISSN:
It provides a visual display of journals and their contents so you can read an issue almost the way you would flip through a paper copy. It’s organized by subject, making it easy to browse different publications in your area of interest. And it's intended to streamline access to articles so you don't have to worry about which site we subscribe to for the year you want.
There are a few things to keep in mind about using BrowZine:
- BrowZine is focused on providing access to recent issues. For anything before 2005, it will send you to our main journals directory.
- Journal websites have to structure their content in a way BrowZine can recognize. Some titles - even prominent, current journals - aren't structured the way BrowZine needs them to be. For these titles, you'll be sent to the main journals directory.
For mobile access, you'll need to use the BrowZine app.
Can I still use the main journals directory?
Yes, our main journals directory (also known as "SFX" or "Journals A-Z") is still there and it is still linked from the “Journals” button on the Howe Library website.
Do you have a preference for the main journals directory or for BrowZine? Tell us what you think!
What if I'm on a mobile device?
BrowZine has mobile apps for iOS and Android. The web version should redirect you to the app if it's installed, or will prompt you to install it if you haven't already.
Our colleagues at UVM’s Dana Medical Library have created detailed instructions for getting started with the BrowZine mobile app.