Journals and magazines
Scholarly journals provide original research and commentary on recent developments in a specific discipline. These are often peer-reviewed journals with articles written by researchers or academics. By contrast, magazines and trade journals report industry news and trends, current or popular events or issues, and are not considered scholarly or academic sources.
Find journals in Library Search
The Library Search is the best option to find out if the Library subscribes to a particular journal. It includes all online and print journals in the Library collection and includes coverage details such as what years are included in the subscription.
Journal publisher websites
You can also go directly to a publisher website. If you are on-campus, you should automatically get access if we subscribe. If you are off-campus, look for an institutional sign-in option or use the LibKey Nomad browser extension to access articles.
Browse scholarly journals in your subject area using BrowZine - click through to articles straight from the table of contents. You can also sign-up to get alerts when new issues are available.
Get the BrowZine app.
Getting started with BrowZine
Connect to BrowZine (via the website or mobile app) and if prompted, choose Queensland University of Technology as your Library.
Sign up for a personal BrowZine account (optional) - use this account to:
- create a bookshelf of your favourite journals (see BrowZine My Bookshelf FAQ)
- download and save articles
- get email alerts when new articles are available (see BrowZine Email Notifications)
- export citations to citation management systems (see BrowZine and Citation/Bibliographic Management Services).
If you are experiencing problems using BrowZine please report a problem.
Want to search for journal articles?
If you want to search for articles across many journals you'll need to use Library Search or the library databases.