What is it?
- It's a different way to browse the Library's electronic journal collection
- It helps you to find new journals and articles published in your chosen fields of study
- You can save your favourite journal titles to a bookshelf, and be alerted when new articles are published
- From browsing the tables of contents, you can click through to the full text of articles
- Available on your PC, Android, Apple or Amazon devices
- Watch the introduction video
- PC : http://browzine.com
- iPad / iPhone app : https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/browzine/id463787411?mt=8
- Android app : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.browzine
- Amazon / Kindle Fire app : http://www.amazon.com/Third-Iron-LLC-BrowZine/dp/B00D553D42
When you first use it, you’ll be prompted to choose a Library, so choose University of Salford from the list (or go back to the Setting button and change this later on)
Please have a look and provide any feedback to the Library : firstname.lastname@example.org
- What works well, and what doesn’t?
- Are there particular journals or publishers for which this is a better or worse experience?
- Do the links to full text always work?
- What do you think of the functionality and coverage?
- What’s it like on different devices?
- Anything else?