Kopernio allows researchers to easily and legally read the full texts of scientific journal articles via Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Opera. The plugin is free and utilises existing ANZCA and CICM subscription access. LibKey Nomad can be used to access full-text using Google Chrome and can be used to access ANZCA subscriptions only.
How to access e-resources
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Kopernio can be easily configured to enable full-text access for ANZCA and CICM-subscribed resources, as well as those materials available via open access.
Note: Kopernio is not currently available for Safari browsers.
Click the green [ Add to browser for free ] button and follow the prompts to install the extension
Select Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists from the list of universities:
Create an account:
Kopernio is now installed and ready for searching:
LibKey Nomad can be easily configured to enable full-text access for ANZCA-subscribed resources, as well as those materials available via open access.
Note: LibKey Nomad is currently only available for use with Google Chrome.
Click the and then the buttons
Select Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthesthetists from the list of universities, and create an account
LibKey Nomad is now installed and ready for searching. Use the Article link button to access ANZCA Library full-text:
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