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  • BrowZine brings it home for Cambridge readers of academic journals

    Have you tried BrowZine yet? It’s great for organising your favourite journals…

    ejournals@cambridge

    Cambridge University Libraries are delighted to announce that BrowZine, a new tool for accessing and interacting with online academic journals, is available to University members.

    You can pick up Cambridge’s installation of BrowZine at this URL

    https://browzine.com/libraries/603/

    or via the Cambridge Libraries Databases A-Z (https://libguides.cam.ac.uk/az.php?a=b).

    Introducing BrowZine (video)

    BrowZine gives you the ability to browse journal titles by their titles and to see those titles in subject areas of relevance to you.

    Scientists love BrowZine because the organization of journals by a subject taxonomy lets you select those journals you want to read for your research by drilling down to the journals in your subject areas.

    Once journals are found, they can be stored into a personal bookshelf, or online personal library, if you like. BrowZine then updates you with new articles published in these journals and clearly displays unread articles new to your bookshelf.

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    Timestamp: 20 November 2020 - 2:13pm
  • To celebrate, to commemorate: Stanley Sadie (1930 – 2005)

    This year marks what would have been the 90th birthday of the much-missed musician, critic, author and editor Stanley Sadie so we here at MusiCB3 thought we would devote a little post to reflect on his immeasurable contribution to musical … Continue reading →
    Timestamp: 20 November 2020 - 8:45am