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All your favorite journals in your pocket

23. May 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

You are on the way or you are not connected to the UZH network and need access to a paper? With the BrowZine app, access to all licensed and freely accessible articles outside the IP range of the UZH is possible. The app also offers the possibility to collect your favorite journals in a bookshelf. […]

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UpToDate anywhere!

13. April 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

Due to the change of the previous license model to UpToDate Anywhere, UpToDate is now also available for mobile and home use. In order to use UpToDate everywhere and on mobile devices, a first-time registration at the USZ desktop is required. With your personal login data you can easily access the web version from outside […]

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BrowZine: Useful Tools in Web Version

3. April 2018 | HBZ | No Comments

Click the “Expand” button in an article record in BrowZine. This will expand to reveal four additional tools: “Read full text” takes you directly to the article. “Save to my articles” lets you save articles for reading later when it’s convenient. “Export citation” sends the citation to your preferred citation tool (e.g. Zotero, Mendeley, EntNote). […]

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BrowZine Tip: Article not accessible?

21. December 2017 | HBZ | No Comments

It occurs only rarely – but sometimes it does: in BrowZine, the articles of an issue are displayed, but the articles themselves are not accessible (recognizable by the orange bar): Since this week you may click on the article title and then in the popup on the blue button “Request this item and/or check additional […]

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