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Shenandoah University

Journals from BrowZine: BrowZine

Describes the BrowZine app and e-journal service.

What is BrowZine?

My Bookshelf

Create an individual account and use the My Bookshelf feature to follow journals in your field and be notified when new articles are published. This feature can be synced across your devices.

Which journals are included?

BrowZine includes full access to about 6000 of our journals and provides links to our complete collection through our A-Z Journal list.

How Do I Get Started?

Any Device

Connect to BrowZine through your web browser.

 

Mobile Devices

A BrowZine app is available for iOS and Android mobile devices. 

After installation, select "Shenandoah University" from the library list.

You will be prompted to log in with your SU network account.  This is the same username/password that you would use to access library materials from off-campus. 

 

Mac OS and Windows

For more seamless access to library resources, simply install the LibKey Nomad extension for Chrome, Firefox, or your preferred browser. Then choose Shenandoah University from the list of organizations. LibKey Nomad plugin indicates content provided by Shenandoah University Libraries

Look for this sign when you're searching publishers' websites, PubMed, Wikipedia, and more:

The plugin will display links to both freely available content and subscription content provided by the library. When you click to access subscription resources from off-campus, you will be prompted to log in with your SUNet credentials (the same login you use for Canvas and HornetHub).

If an article is not available through SU's subscriptions, you will have an option to request it through Interlibrary Loan.