The BrowZine app allows you to find, read and stay up to date with ANZCA Library's complete journal collection (including full-text article access for indexed content).
BrowZine is an app for tablets and smart devices that allows you to access and browse the entire ANZCA e-journal collection all in the one simple interface.
It is easy to set-up, defaults to PDF format for reading purposes, and journals can be browsed by both title and subject categories. Includes full-text access to all subscribed ANZCA journal content.
Recommendation: The perfect “armchair-reading” app for catching up with your favourite journals. Users are also able to create a user profile and save PDFs for offline use/bookmark articles for CPD purposes.
Download the BrowZine app
iOS (iTunes App Store) - Access: Free
Android (Google Play) - Access: Free
Web app - Access: Free
When setting up BrowZine for the first time on your device:
Already set BrowZine up, but want to check/change your full-text authentication credentials?
User profiles can be used to personalise access, add journals to My Bookshelf, set up email alerts, and bookmark articles/downloaded PDFs for My Articles
To sign up for a user profile:
To log into your profile:
It is possible for users to set up email alerts notifying them of when new issues of their favourite journals have been published. The email alert also includes a READ NOW link which will allow you to select your institution and log into your BrowZine account.
Setting up email alerts:
It is possible to request any article not held full-text using the BrowZine service, for any ANZCA subscription title with an embargo period (for example: BJA) or for any journal no longer held full-text by the college (for example: RAPM).
Staying current with BrowZine
Learn how to quickly set up access in this brief introduction to BrowZine (includes new article alerts).
Duration: 2:36 mins.
Discover new journals with BrowZine
Learn more about how to search for journals on a particular topic.
Duration: 1:50 mins.
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