Browse academic journals and save articles on the go with BrowZine for Android, now available in the Google Play store! And if you haven’t already, don’t forget to download BrowZine for your iPhone, iPad, Android tablet or Kindle Fire.
BrowZine allows you to access more than 14,000 of the scholarly journals Georgetown provides from your iPhone or tablet in an intuitive, easy-to-use interface. Log in with your Georgetown NetID and you’ll be able to browse by title or topic to find journals of interest. Once you’ve found one you like, you can save it to your “bookshelf” for easy access. When new issues of your saved journals come out, you’ll receive a notification.
You can also save individual articles, which will download to your device for offline access. In addition, you can email articles, share them on social media or export them to a variety of other programs.
And now, with BrowZine available for Android, you can create an individual BrowZine account that will sync your saved journals and articles across all your devices. In addition, the saved article limit has been increased to 500 articles and Android users will now be able to save up to 64 journals to their “bookshelf.”
To get started using BrowZine, go to the App Store (iPad and iPhone), Google Play (Android phone and tablet) or Amazon (Kindle) and download the app for free. Once it has downloaded, enter your NetID and password and start browsing!
The Stalin Digital Archive will be undergoing improvements this coming Friday, October 10, 2014 from 8am - 12pm EST. During this time, access to the database at http://www.stalindigitalarchive.com may be temporarily unavailable. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and thank you for your patience.
The Stalin Digital Archive will be undergoing improvements this coming Wednesday July 16th, 2014 from 8am - 12pm EST. During this time, access to the database at http://www.stalindigitalarchive.com may be temporarily unavailable. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and thank you for your patience.
Thank you for your patience in this matter, and we apologize again for any inconvenience this interruption may have caused.
Posted 06/18/2014 at 5:04 PM EDT.
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Electronic Resources Updates
On Friday, June 6, 2014, between 9am and 11am, the library will be performing a system migration, affecting off-campus access. During this time you may be unable to access library resources, depending on your location and the resource you are attempting to access. The following instructions should help you:
I am off-campus: You will be unable to access any library resources between 9am and 11am.
I am on-campus: From the library's webpages, look at the link that will take you to the desired resource. In George, this is the "CONNECT TO ONLINE RESOURCE" text link. In the library's database A-Z list, the link is the database's title. Copy the URL that the text link points to. It will look something like this:
Go to this URL. You should be recognized as a Georgetown University user. Remember: this will only work if you are on-campus. This will only need to be performed during the downtime, from 9am to 11am. Before and after this period links can be followed as usual.
If you have any questions, or experience any problems with this process, please contact the Electronic Resources Unit at email@example.com. We will be happy to assist you.