Find and access full text articles for your research. Use browser extensions and mobile apps to:

  • improve your productivity
  • simplify your research
  • make it easier to access our subscribed resources.


Use BrowZine to:

  • find library subscribed journals and articles
  • browse and read journals by subject, review tables of contents, and download full articles
  • create your own journal shelf and see when new articles are published
  • save articles for off-line reading or export to services such as DropBox, Zotero, Papers and reference management software
  • email article links to colleagues.

Use the app or web interface

LibKey Nomad

Do you start your research on the open web—on a publisher's website, PubMed, Wikipedia or Google Scholar?

Libkey Nomad is a browser extension that connects you to library subscribed content when searching the web.

Download the extension

Google Scholar

Use Google Scholar to find a variety of scholarly sources including journals, conference papers, dissertations, technical reports and books.

The coverage of Open Access articles and papers is more comprehensive than the Library catalogue or databases, making it an excellent complementary search tool for finding scholarly information.

Create a profile

If you are a researcher or author create a Google Scholar profile to:

  • track your research
  • view your citations
  • explore related works in your research area.

Try the browser plugin

The plugin for Chrome, Firefox and Safari, adds a Google Scholar button to your browser toolbar for easy access to Google Scholar from any web page or article PDF.

The Google Scholar button can:

  • Transfer your query from the web to search Google Scholar.
  • Search for an article in Google Scholar, highlight the title and click the button.

Set up Google Scholar

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