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BrowZine: Resource information
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).
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.
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:
Create a BrowZine user account (see instructions in preceding section)
Browse/search for your favourite journal - and click on the arrow icon (app version) or the Add to My Bookshelf button (web version)
Using the web version of BrowZine, click on your user settings cog in the top-right of screen and select either Daily, Weekly or Off from the Email Notifications dropdown
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).
Requesting articles: Access the journal via BrowZine and then navigate to the year/volume/issue, select the article link and click the button to request the article. Turnaround is usually 1-2 working days.
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