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Many journals may be accessed through open source websites. Some of these have a specific time period post publication that is available as free content or have a combination of free and subscription-only content.
In addition to these open source journals, the LUCOP subscribes to over 1,000 biomedical and health science journals. Contact your student pharmacist or the Drug Information Service at email@example.com for assistance with locating primary literature.
BrowZine is an app for tablets and smartphones that delivers and lets you browse, read, and save articles from thousands of the library's journals in one newsstand. BrowZine is compatible with iOS and Android tablets and smartphones: http://thirdiron.com/download-browzine/. When you launch BrowZine on your device, choose the Open Access Only as your library. You will be prompted to sign up using your email address.
With BrowZine, you can:
- Browse journals by subject area and across disciplines
- Create your own personal journal bookshelf
- Download articles in full-text in a uniform format, without having to search multiple platforms for what you need
- Save articles for offline reading and/or export to services such as EndNote
- Get alerts when new articles appear in your favorite journals
- Add your favorite titles to My Bookshelf: enable easy access to your favorite titles, organized in a way convenient just for you
- Create multiple reading lists: flag titles for later use and share lists