Take Arden Library with you!

Submitted by Emily Clark, Deputy Head of Library Services (Acquisitions & Systems) on Thu, 12/01/2022 - 16:52

Did you know that you can access some of our brilliant Arden Library content via apps, and squeeze in some of your academic reading wherever you go? Take a look at the different apps we have available, to access your reading on the move...


BrowZine is Arden's academic journal platform where you can browse and read thousands of scholarly journals. You can browse journals by subject area, build your own personal digital library on the bookshelf and set up alerts to allow you to be the first to find out when a new issue of your favourite journal is published.  

You can learn more about BrowZine’s functionality and make the most out of the platform by watching this demonstration of how to find and use academic journals.   

As well as being accessible on the web via the Library Portal, BrowZine is also available via an app for iOS, Android and Kindle Fire devices. The mobile version offers the same functionality as the web version, in a visually and mobile responsive format.

To access it from your smartphone or tablet, download the BrowZine app from the appropriate app store, then choose Arden University when prompted to choose your Library. You will also need to log in with your Arden Office 365 credentials to complete the connection. 

Data saved in your BrowZine account will automatically synchronise across the different platforms if you access it from multiple devices.  

There’s more… 

Most of the items in the Library collection can be downloaded and read offline. The most effective way to view library items offline is to download Adobe Reader or to use your device's native apps.  

 eBook Central  

eBook Central eBooks can be downloaded and viewed offline with Adobe Digital Editions. Sign up for free here, then download the app from Google Play Store or Apple Store  


eBooks and journals are also downloadable from EBSCO with Adobe Digital Editions (see above). Alternatively, you can download the EBSCO Mobile App and their tutorial here

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