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Browsing Journals Made Easy with BrowZine

BrowZine allows you to browse much of the Library’s subscribed journal content via an easy-to-use and intuitive interface.

With BrowZine you can:

  • Browse titles by subject areas to easily find journals of interest.
  • Easily view table of contents of current and past issues, and articles in press if available. If we don’t have a subscription to a certain journal, you may place an interlibrary loan request from BrowZine directly.
  • Stay current with your personal bookshelf of favourite journals. When new articles are published, you will see red notification badges appearing over the thumbnails of the journals you track.
  • Save articles to EndNote, Mendeley, Zotero, RefWorks, Dropbox, and other services.
  • Share with other researchers by posting to Facebook, Twitter and more.


Slideshow of BrowZine features.

BrowZine Web

To access BrowZine, you can simply visit the BrowZine website ( ). It will automatically detect whether you’re on campus. If off campus, you will be prompted to select your home institution.

BrowZine App

Browzine can also be accessed from mobile devices and tablets.

  • Download and install the Browzine App
    Visit the Apple App Store (IOS) or Google Play (Android) Store. Search for “BrowZine” and download the app.
  • Select HKUST and Authenticate Your Access
    To set up your account for the first time, tap on the app icon to open BrowZine. A list of libraries will appear, please select “Hong Kong University of Science and Technology” and enter your ITSC credentials. After this authentication, you can easily sync your bookshelf and articles across BrowZine web and BrowZine mobile apps.
  • Start Browsing
    Use the Subject dropdown menu to browse by subject categories or find a specific journal title by name.

For more feature introduction and details, please check out our BrowZine library guide

Access BrowZine today and happy browsing!

– By Jennifer Gu, Library

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published January 19, 2022