Access to majority of e-journals via Browzine app

Browzine gives rapid access to the majority of scientific e-journals in our collections on your tablet: full text and always up-to-date.

It is a lot easier now for Leiden University staff and students to make use of academic e-journals with the app Browzine on your tablet. You have access to up-to-date, fulltext publications. You can annotate, save for offline access, share with your social network and receive alerts for new editions.

Browzine is available in the app-stores.

How to use Browzine?

  1. Download the app .

  2. Log on once (only for your first use) with your ULCN details. This gives you access to journals for which the university has a licence and to open access articles.  

  3. Simply search journals of your choice by title or subject

  4. Save your favourites: they appear on your digital book shelf in the app and will now always be at your fingertips

  5. You can read editions, download articles, annotate and export metadata to Zotero and Mendeley.

More Browzine instructions

  • Watch the instruction video on YouTube:

Alerts and relevant suggestions

Researchers, teachers and students responded with enthusiasm to a pilot with Browzine in 2013. Apart from the easy and quick access you can also receive alerts for new editions of your favourite journal(s) and thanks to the digital book shelves you get relevant suggestions for similar journals.

The producer continues to develop the app to add new features. Currently, you have access to the majority of our e-journal collection via Browzine from publishers like Springer, Elsevier, Wiley, and Nature Publishing Group. The number grows continuously because the app producer keeps negotiating contracts with other publishers.

Further reading

Last Modified: 25-11-2014