BrowZine: Academic Journals in a browsable format
BrowZine provides a uniform way of reading, sharing, storing, and citing articles. From within BrowZine you can add your favourite journals to a browsable shelf and get notification when a new issue is available. Browse by subject category or alternatively search by title, subject or ISSN.
BrowZine is accessible from the web and via an app that helps you flip through the scholarly e-journals available through CQUniversity or Open Access.
Access is available on the web and through dedicated Android and iOS applications. To save journal titles and articles you will need to create a personalised account. Journal titles are saved to 'My Bookshelf' and articles are saved to 'My Articles'. To create a personalised account click on Settings, on any device, to sign up.
Getting started - Web
You may need to log in with your CQU username and password to access the full article.
Getting started - Apps
Use the BrowZine search box below to begin exploring.
The Articles in Press feature in BrowZine delivers access to today's cutting edge research!
Many publishers make articles available before they are formally published in a journal volume and issue. BrowZine makes these articles easily accessible in the Articles in Press section.
In BrowZine Web, Articles in Press appear on the left, just below the journal cover image.
In the mobile app, select a journal and then tap Available Issues to see Articles in Press.
The article alert feature of My Bookshelf includes Articles in Press, ensuring you are notified of all the new research as soon as it is made available. Once you mark an Article in Press article as "read" it stays that way, so you are not notified twice when the article makes its way to a formal issue.
Accessing BrowZine.com presents an option to make use of the Open Access Library. The Open Access Library contains journals from open access publishers. You can find journals by title, subject or ISSN within the open access collection.
For CQU library subscribed content you will need to use the appropriate CQU BrowZine link. Alternatively, a search for 'open access' within CQU BrowZine content will return a number of Journals that are available under the open access publishing model.
BrowZine integrates with EndNote, Mendeley, Zotero and other bibliographic management software. For information on how to work with BrowZine to export an article into your chosen software refer to the guides below.