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Finding journals

Finding journals in BrowZine

BrowZine groups journals together by subject areas, allowing you to browse through the disciplines and the journals contained within them. Once you've selected a subject area you can choose to sort journals by title or by their Scimago Journal Rank (SJR).

Or if you know the journal title or the ISSN you can use the search box to find the journal.

Finding journals and articles from Library Search

All journals available in BrowZine can be found in Library Search either via a basic search or the Journals search.

You can search for the journal title or ISSN from Library Search to locate the journal.

Once you've found the journal, click on the 'View Journal Contents' link to be taken to BrowZine.

Click on the 'View Journal Contents' link

When an article is available to view within BrowZine the 'View Issue Contents' link will display.

Click the 'View Issue Contents' link to see the article in BrowZine and access full-text if it's available.

Click the 'View Issue Contents' link in Library Search

Viewing journals in BrowZine

Once you have located the journal you're able to save the journal to your bookshelf (see below for instructions) or browse its contents.

For each article listed in an issue you can perform the following actions:

  • Read full text - this action will take you out of BrowZine and into the database where full text is available from Bond Library's subscriptions
  • Add to my articles - save an article to a collection to read later
  • Export citation - export the citation to a reference manager (e.g. EndNote or RefWorks)
  • Share - share the article via social media or email

See the video below for additional BrowZine features for finding journals.