LibKey Nomad++ allows web users to easily access and read journal articles found anywhere on the web with a DOI or PMID. The plugin is free and utilises existing ANZCA subscription access. It also provides on-screen prompts for alternative access points and additional information.
How to access e-resources
Use your ANZCA college ID (or staff username) and password to access library e-resources.
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LibKey Nomad++ can be easily configured to enable full-text access for ANZCA and CICM-subscribed resources, as well as those materials available via open access, for any article with a DOI or PMID found on the web.
LibKey Nomad provides inline integration with PubMed, Wikipedia, Web of Science, Scopus, EMBASE, UpToDate and Micromedex.
In Google Scholar it automatically exposes the Full text @ ANZCA links without any need for the user to configure their Google Scholar library links.
Note: LibKey Nomad++ is available for use with Google Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Brave, Vivaldi and Safari.
Click on the logo below and choose your browser from the list at the bottom of the page:
Click the Add To or Get button and then the button
Select Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists from the list of institutions:
LibKey Nomad is now installed and ready for searching.
Use the [ Article Link ] or [ Download PDF ] button to access ANZCA library full-text:
LibKey Nomad++ provides a fast and simple way to access ANZCA full-text when searching PubMed.
Simply enable the LibKey Nomad browser extension (see above) and you will be able to instantly link to the ANZCA full-text using the blue [ Article Link ] or [ Download PDF ] button:
Note: Where the article isn't available full-text, use the [ Access Options ] button to request the article via the library.
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