Try Browzine for scholarly journals and send us your feedback!

From February to July we are trialling Browzine, a tool to browse, read and follow scholarly journals as a possible addition to our services and we need your help!

We invite you - our researchers, students and staff - to try Browzine and send us your feedback. Your input will help us decide whether to subscribe to this tool into the future.

Don't forget to share this post with your colleagues and friends at UQ. The more feedback we receive, the better.

What is Browzine? 

Browzine is a system for browsing scholarly journals. Journals from our collection are presented in an attractive interface where you can browse the titles by year and issue and get access to the entire table of contents before reading the full text. 

Journal titles in Browzine by subject.

Available journal titles

Browzine does not display all of the scholarly journals to which we subscribe. Browzine includes:

  • Peer-reviewed journals only 
  • Articles published from 2005

Use UQ Library Search to search our complete collection.

Access Browzine

You can access Browzine from UQ Library Search results, the Browzine homepage or download the app for your mobile device.

UQ Library Search results

Click the View contents in Browzine link on select journal titles or articles to view the item in Browzine. 

Link to Browzine in UQ Library Journal Search result.

Browzine homepage

Visit the Browzine homepage. Browse by subject or search by journal title, subject or International Standard Serial Number (ISSN).

UQ Library Browzine Trial

Mobile app

Download the Browzine app for your mobile device on the App Store, Google Play or Amazon Appstore.

Browzine on the App Store.  List of subjects in Browzine app.

Stay current, save items and export citations

Stay current with My Bookshelf

Create a personal bookshelf of titles to follow and receive new article notifications (requires a Browzine account).

Staying current with BrowZine (YouTube, 2m:36s)

Note that your Browzine account is separate from your Library account and will be closed at the end of the trial period.

Save and export articles

Use the Browzine app to save articles for off-line reading or export to services such as Endnote, Mendeley, Zetero, Dropbox and more.

 Read Full text, Save to My Articles, Export Citation and share on desktop display.  

Send us your Browzine feedback

We're interested in hearing about your experience! Complete our short Browzine feedback survey to tell us what you think. The survey is also available while using Browzine by clicking the "Give UQ Library feedback on Browzine" link in the header.

If you're happy for us to contact you about your feedback, including for more information, please leave your email address in the survey.

How we'll use your feedback

We'll use your feedback and usage statistics to assess how useful and used BrowZine is during the trial.

This will help us weight the costs versus the benefit to UQ. We'll update you on the trial and its outcome later in the year.

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Last updated:
5 February 2018