Based on popular demand, we will be posting our regular newsletters!
July 2013 Newsletter
Android Now Available
We are very excited to announce that BrowZine for Android tablets is now available! We are officially supporting the Google Nexus, Samsung Galaxy, and Kindle Fire HD on the Ice Cream Sandwich platforms.
For libraries that have signed up for Android access, please find and download BrowZine at the Google Play or Amazon stores. Then, find your school and start browsing!
Interest in Android access for your patrons? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our content team has been busy and publishers recently added include:
- Project MUSE
- Cambridge University Press
- American Marketing Association
- Academy of Management
- Royal Society of Chemistry
- Institute of Physics
- American Physical Society
- Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)
- American Geophysical Union
- International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE)
- American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
- American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
- American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)
- Ecological Society of America
- Mary Ann Liebert
- Medical publishers using the Silverchair platform
- More Highwire publisher!
Also, through the pioneering work of the University of Price Edward Island, libraries using the CUFTS resource manager can now automatically update their holdings. If you are a CUFTS library, contact us to learn how to take advantage of this terrific system.
We are looking forward to other vendors following suit. We’re having good conversation with all the major companies about automatic holdings updates but nothing gets their attention like hearing from their customers. Contact your vendor to ask for BrowZine updates today. We’re ready when they are.
Support for Libraries
Now more than ever, BrowZine has content for everyone on your campus. And we are here to help you in getting the word out! Be sure to check out the terrific resources available on our Tools for Libraries page.
And look forward to the unveiling of our new Tools page in August. An improved design with more robust assets, our new page will provide even more ways for you to help connect your users with BrowZine.
Your BrowZine users will love the new developments we have in store, including adding annotations, supporting direct export to RefWorks and Mendeley, and adding push notifications.
And we’ll be announcing support for more publishers, including American Meteorological Association, Thieme, Informa, de Gruyter, Karger and more.