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Library keeps Journal App "BrowZine"!

June 03, 2013

After a trial-period -initiated by the Central Medical Library- the Libraries of the University of Groningen decided to keep access to this very useful so-called "Journal App" BrowZine for at least the next 12 months!
BrowZine will be accessable for all staff and students of the UMCG ánd the RUG.

After download of the App:

  • Staff of the University Medical Center Groningen can simply login with their CMB Proxy account!
  • Staff and students of the University of Groningen can simpy login with their P- or S-number.

BrowZine is an App for managing YOUR individual choice of academic journals to keep up with. It offers a new way of monitoring and reading scholarly journals across all disciplines, connected to your library's subscription, with seamless access to the fulltext, plus offline reading.
BrowZine is currently just available for iPad, but the beta -version of the Android version is expected in June 2013.

Read more on BrowZine at our Startpage about E-Journals

And what about the Medical Journal Apps?

The CMB keeps supporting the Medical Journal Apps included in the comparion/trial period:

BrowZine iPad version
BrowZine iPad version
Last modified:July 04, 2014 21:37

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