Find and browse journal content with ease

BrowZine is a new way to find and browse journals.

To search for a specific title, click on Journals A-Z on the Library website and type in the title. Journals A-Z

You can browse journals in BrowZine by clicking on the Browse e-journal link.


If you search for a journal and it is not available in BrowZine (for example, if the journal is only available in print), you can click on the 'Please click here to search for your title again at your library' link to search Library Search for the journal title.


If you have found a journal you are interested in you can view related titles by clicking on the link(s) in the Browse Related Subjects section on the left hand side of the journal page.

Browse related subjects


You can also set up a BrowZine account to create a bookshelf of journals, see when new articles are published and store article details.

My Bookshelf



BrowZine links to journal content back to 2005 (where available), to access older content click on Change year on the left hand side of the journal page, then click on the 'View all back issues and sources for this title' button.

View all back issues


The BrowZine app is available for iOS and Android devices and can be downloaded here.  The BrowZine app allows you to access your account wherever you are and syncs with your desktop account.  In the iOS version of the app, articles will be saved for offline reading automatically when added to My Articles.  In the Android version of the app, you will need to download articles to your device to read them offline.  My BrowZine apps only link to content within BrowZine, they don't link to external content such as print journals.

There is more support available from the creators of BrowZine here.

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