E-journals and eBooks

Ejournals

The Library offers several ways to find ejournals and online articles.

Library Catalog
The library catalog includes records for all the online journals we subscribe to.
FrogScholar
Many of the results in a FrogScholar search provide direct links to articles in journals, or when not available, a "Check for Fulltext Sources" link that will show if we have access to a cited article online.
Ejournals List
This is a separate list of ejournals that we subscribe to.
Database List
Many of the databases on the database list provide direct links to articles in journals.

BrowZine

Use the BrowZine app on your smartphone or device to easily find, read, and monitor thousands of scholarly journals available from TCU Library covering all disciplines.

  • Browse and read journals by subject, easily review tables of contents, and download full articles.
  • Create a personal bookshelf of your favorite journals.
  • Be notified when new articles are published.
  • Save articles for off-line reading or export to bibliographic management services such as Mendeley, RefWorks, Zotero, Papers and more.

Download BrowZine by simply going to the app store for your device and search for "browzine". It's a free download. Once the app is installed, select "Texas Christian University" from the library list. You will be prompted to log in with your Career Account. This is the same username/password that you would use to access library materials from off-campus.

For more information, read this BrowZine LibGuide.

eBooks

eBooks that the Library has purchased can be found by searching the catalog and FrogScholar. The Library has access to eBooks from several different publishers, who provide different online reader software and terms of use (for example, some titles can be read by multiple users at the same time, while others can't).

Many eBooks can be downloaded and read offline with various eBook reader software / hardware. Our eBooks Libguide has information on some of these platforms.

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