|Subject heading||Call number|
|English and old English languages||420|
|DVD film collection||791.4372|
|Literature, rhetoric and criticism||800|
|English and old English literatures||820|
Journals enable you to keep up to date with the latest - research, trends, published writing, events, conferences, projects, theories...and to gain an historical perspective by accessing material published in previous decades.
Journal articles usually focus on a very specific aspect of a topic, and may be the only source of information on that aspect.
UniSA Library subscribes to thousands of journals on behalf of UniSA students and researchers. Most are available as fulltext online from your desktop, laptop or mobile device.
The Library Catalogue lets you search inside many journals, but not all. It also covers every discipline.
Go beyond the Catalogue and explore databases when
Catalogue search tips:
It is important to evaluate the articles that you find.
At University there is the expectation that you will use scholarly material to support your arguments. You may be asked to use peer reviewed journal articles. To check if an article is peer reviewed (refereed) use Ulrichsweb Global Serials Directory
For further help see:
BrowZine™ allows you to easily access and browse journals available online via UniSA. Access via Library Website > Journals.
LibKey Nomad™ is a Google Chrome Extension that makes it easy to access journal articles anywhere on the internet.
|For instructions on how to install LibKey extension, watch this short video (1m20s).|
My Bookshelf is the place where you can organise your favorite journals and stay up to date in your field! You may rename and organise your "shelves" and "bookcases" however you'd like! This configuration will automatically sync to your other devices when you use the same login.
See the video below to learn how to add a journal to My bookshelf (11 mins)
The BrowZine Account is the system used to provide personalization features throughout the BrowZine ecosystem. Having a BrowZine Account is required for using My Bookshelf on all devices as it is used to tie together your different devices so you only need to configure My Bookshelf on one device and the configuration will sync seamlessly between them.
In most cases, you can use any email you would like! For libraries using the BrowZine Pairing Service, you may be restricted to using only your university/company email address. BrowZine will alert you to this fact if you try to use another email at one of these accounts automatically.
No, you do not have to have an account to use BrowZine. You can still browse the shelves, look up titles, read tables of contents, and download articles. However, in order to use the personalization feature of My Bookshelf and My Articles, a BrowZine account is required so that we can synchronize and back-up your data across all devices and ensure that we keep your device accurately updated.