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Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request your API Key. The The BrowZine API can only be used by institutions subscribing to the BrowZine Service.
Submit a GET request against this endpoint, filling in the appropriate path segments with the id number of your library and with the id number of the journal that you are trying to retrieve, and your application will get a response representing the journal. Responses contain some metadata about the journal, such as a display name for the journal and publication date. Responses also contain links to API endpoints through which metadata resources related to the journal, such as the current issue of the journal or a list of all issues of the journal, may be retrieved.
The journal's unique id in the Browzine system
|type||string||has the value "journals"||No|
|title||string||The journal's title||No|
The issn for the journal, formatted with no hyphen
|browzineEnabled||boolean||True when the title is available within Browzine at the specified library||No|
|coverImageUrl||string||A url to a small image that can be used to visually depict the journal||No|
|sjrValue||number||The Scimago Journal Rank (SJR) - see all their ranking at their website|
|browzineWebLink||URL||On titles that are browzine enabled, this property will be present and will link to the journal's current issue within browzine.com||Yes|
|externalLink||URL||On titles that are not browzine BrowZine enabled, this property may be present. When it is, it is a link to the journal within the library's A-Z system||Yes|