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License Begins: 
May 1, 2017
License Ends: 
April 30, 2018

BrowZine is a service where Journals are presented visually in a browsable and readable format (accessible on any device from any location). Personalization features allow users to add favorite titles to My Bookshelf and save articles to My Articles for reading and referencing later. Libraries are using BrowZine’s linking structures and APIs to get users to content in a single click and enhance / improve journal and article results. Visit BrowZine Technical Documentation to learn more



Browsing Essentials

Introduce students to new disciplines, help established researchers stay current, and allow users to spontaneously discover new ideas.


BrowZine uses a proprietary, 3-tier taxonomy based on Library of Congress and MeSH headings with editorial scope for every title.

My Bookshelf

Create reading rooms of titles to follow and be notified when new articles are published, including articles in press!

My Articles

Create collections of articles to read and reference later. Great for organizing and saving time!

Mobile App

Email article links, save articles for offline reading, “Open In” favorite apps, and export directly to EndNote, RefWorks, Zotero, & Mendelay.

Durable Linking

All BrowZine links are durable. Bring users immediately to your BrowZine Homepage, a particular subject area, or a unique title.


Use APIs to enhance / improve journal and article results in discovery tools like EDS, Primo, Summon and more!

Remote Authentication

BrowZine integrates seamlessly with existing EZProxy and VPN systems for remote authentication.

ILL / Link Resolver Integration

Customized ILL / Link Resolver Integration facilitates user access to embargoed content.

Automatic Updating of Holdings

Set up automatic updating of holdings to ensure that BrowZine is always up-to-date. Set it and forget it.



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17-18 SFU and Victoria take the 2 year, no increase in year 2 option