BrowZine, an app for iPads and Android tablets, is now available for UW—Madison students, faculty, and staff to browse, read, and monitor scholarly journals to which our libraries subscribe, such as American Chemical Society, Project MUSE, Oxford, SAGE, Springer, and more.
With the app, which is paid for by UW—Madison libraries, users can create personal bookshelves with favorite journals in a specific subject, browse related journal subjects, and save articles to read or come back to later. Users can create annotations, read articles offline, and export citations through managers like Zotero or Mendeley. BrowZine is social too, allowing users to share interesting or important articles with colleagues through social media channels!
The app is meant to be easy-to-read and intuitive, allowing users to keep current in his or her field of study. Coming soon: the ability to push notifications when new issues are online, so users can keep extremely current!
Interested in downloading BrowZine? Go to the Library’s BrowZine webpage to read more about how to download this helpful app and learn more about its capabilities.
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