Trial Access

(Trial Feedback Form )

Anatomy TV covers a full range of interactive and accurate 3D models of human anatomy online, with specialised resources on various clinical areas and body systems. UNIC Library trial access covers the 3D Human Functional Anatomy and 3D Real Time Human Anatomy modules. [Contact the Circulation Desk for access codes]

Access until:  30/09/2020


BrowZine -  UNIC eJournal Collection

A tool that allows you to easily browse, read, and keep up-to-date with current scholarly journals provided by UNIC Library. BrowZine is available as a desktop version and also available as an app. 

You can search journals by subject or title.

Create a BrowZine account if you want to track and arrange your favourite titles and curate a custom reading list of articles from many available titles.

From your mobile device:

  1. Download BrowZine: From your Android, iOS or Kindle Fire device, visit the Apple App Store, Google Play Store or Amazon App Store. Search for “BrowZine” and download the app to your device. (If you have previously been using BrowZine with our Open Access library, please delete the app and reinstall it.)
  2. Access BrowZine: Next, tap on the app icon to open BrowZine. A list of libraries will appear, please select University of Nicosia and tap Continue to enter the library.
  3. Start browsing! Use the Subject dropdown menu to browse by subject categories or our Titles A-Z to find a specific title by name.
  4. To read the full text of articles you will be prompted to sign in via OpenAthens (UNIC email and password), otherwise you can gain access by connecting to the University’s Proxy Server (off-campus access instructions can be found here).

          Trial Access until: 30/12/2020

A landing page where you can connect to millions of library-subscribed and open access articles using a DOI or PubMed ID.  

Find the full text of an article with one-click - search by DOI or PubMed ID.

Trial Access until: 30/12/2020



LibKey Nomad 

A browser extension for Chrome, Edge, Brave and Vivaldi browsers.

It notifies users of available library-subscribed and open access content discovered on the open web, at sites like publisher pages, PubMed, ResearchGate, DOAJ, Wikipedia and others, and then connects to it in one-click.

Easy set up:

  1. Visit
  2. Click "Add to Chrome"
  3. Search for and select University of Nicosia in the drop down menu

Find more at:

Next time you will visit a website containing journal articles, look for the Nomad button to open the available full texts