Researchers, do you want to:
- integrate Griffith Library into your preferred search tool
- access full text articles outside the Library catalogue
- speed up access to full text articles (fewer clicks!)
- discover which resources the Library has access to?
These online tools will make it easier to access Griffith’s subscribed resources:
LibKey Nomad is a browser extension which puts direct PDF download links onto research platforms. Get easy access to the full text on publisher pages, PubMed, Wikipedia and anywhere on the open web. This helpful tool works in Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Brave and Vivaldi. Once installed, just look for the green LibKey Nomad icon when browsing articles.
Easily find, read and monitor your favourite scholarly journals from the Library’s subscriptions, across multiple devices, with BrowZine. Articles can be shared with colleagues, saved for offline reading or exported to services such as Dropbox, Zotero, Papers and reference management software. BrowZine is available as a mobile app and a web interface.
Search for scholarly information including journal articles, conference papers, theses, technical reports and books using Google Scholar. Set up Library links , then if full text is available you’ll see the ‘Full [email protected]’ link beside your Google Scholar search results. Features include a comprehensive coverage of Open Access journal articles and papers, customised search results, citation export, email alerts and more. If you’re a researcher or author, you can create a Google Scholar profile to track your research papers, view your citations and explore related works in your area of research.
Contact the Library if you need further assistance.