BrowZine is a tool for reading e-journal issues on tablets, phones or on the web. It consolidates journals from several publishers, allowing you to read and browse issues through a single interface rather than looking up each journal individually.
MIT Libraries are offering a trial of BrowZine in 2016. Try it out and tell us what you think!
To download the BrowZine app for your phone, tablet or Kindle Fire, go to the appropriate app store:
The BrowZine app requires iOS version 7.x+, Android 4.1+, or Kindle Fire; you can also use the web version (see below).
After downloading the app, choose Massachusetts Institute of Technology from the list of available libraries. You will then be asked to log in with your MIT ID and Kerberos password.
After logging in, browse journals by category or search by journal name. Once you've found a journal, the table of contents for the most recent issue will appear.You can choose earlier issues with the button labeled "available issues."
Click the article title to display the pdf of the issue, or click the file-drawer icon to save the article to "saved articles."
What you CAN find in BrowZine:
What you CAN'T find in BrowZine:
For help getting access to journals, or for any feedback or questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.