- Libraries & Spaces
On Tuesday, January 27, 2015 the Georgetown University Library, including the Lauinger Library, Lauinger Circulation Desk, Blommer Science Library, Gelardin New Media Center and Woodstock Theological Library, are open on their regular schedule.
We’ve added several new titles to the journals available for browsing and saving using Browzine. These new titles include more than 100 biology journals, from Applications in Plant Sciences to Wildlife Biology, and a collection of MIT Press Journals, including International Security and Education Finance and Policy. Check out the list of new titles and download the full list of available titles.
Haven’t downloaded Browzine yet? Take a couple of minutes to do it now! Browzine allows you to access more than 14,000 of the scholarly journals Georgetown provides from your iPad, Android tablet or Kindle Fire, and save journals and articles for future reference. To get started, go to the App Store (iPad), Google Play (Android tablet) or Amazon (Kindle) and download the app for free. Once it has downloaded, enter your NetID and password and start browsing! To learn more, watch the Browzine introductory video.