What is BrowZine?
BrowZine, created by Third Iron, is a new application that allows you to browse, read, and build libraries of many of Talbot Library’s scholarly journals; all in a format optimized for your iPad, Android tablet, or desktop! Articles found in BrowZine can easily be synced up with EndNote or several other bibliographic management tools to help keep all of your information together in one place.
What can I do with BrowZine?
* Browse and read journals by subject, easily review tables of contents, and download full articles.
* Create a personal bookshelf of your favorite journals.
* Be notified when new articles are published.
* Save articles for off-line reading or export to services such as EndNote, Mendeley, Zotero, Papers and more.
How do I get started with BrowZine?
You can get started with BrowZine in three easy steps:
- From your iPad, iPhone, or Android tablet, go to your app store (Apple App Store, Google Play, or Amazon) and search for BrowZine.
- Tap Install. BrowZine is a free app.
- Open BrowZine and tap to select Fox Chase Cancer Center from the list of libraries.
- Enter your credentials (these will be the same that you use to access library resources from off-campus).
- Start browsing.
Browzine is also accessible from your desktop. Simply go to http://browzine.com and BrowZine will automatically detect if users are on campus and select your library; if off-campus, users will be prompted to select their library.
Talbot Library has acquired several new Ovid databases:
- ACP Journal Club: 1991-present
- All EBM Reviews
- Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials: 1991-present
- Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
- Cochrane DSR, ACP Journal Club, and DARE
- Cochrane Methodology Register: 1995-present
- Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effects: 1995-present (DARE)
- Health and Psychosocial Instruments (HAPI): 1985-one month ago
- Health Technology Assessment: 2001-present
- International Pharmaceutical Abstracts: 1970-present
- Ovid Healthstar: 1966-present
All databases are located on the library’s Databases A-Z page. Please remember to log off of Ovid databases when you are finished.
Our primary printer is working again!
Our primary printer is jamming repeatedly and has been taken offline. We apologise for the inconvenience.
We have received word that users who try to access articles from Science through either their email table of contents alert or the table of contents RSS feed are being asked to provide a username and password. Our subscription to Science is current and you should not have to provide a username and password to access content. We contacted the publisher and were told this is a known issue resulting from a platform change; they are working on it but do not have a time frame for when this issue will be resolved.
There is, however, a workaround. If you access the article directly from Science (Journal Holdings ► Science), you will be able to get the PDF.
All of the data from OVID Old Medline has been fully indexed and is now part of OVID Medline (1946-1965). Links to Old Medline from the home page and the Databases A-Z page will be removed shortly.