LibKey Nomad: a simple way to access full text scholarly articles on the open web

A new browser extension, LibKey Nomad, will help you access library subscripted full text articles by searching the open web such as Wikipedia, giving you a broader capacity to discover high-quality scholarly journals usually only accessible via a Paywall.

Example image of Libkey Nomad extension wedget on a webpage

Benefits include:

  • Ability to access relevant full text articles conveniently and instantly via the open web
  • Complements behaviour of students and researchers already using Google and Google Scholar as a discovery service,
  • Reduces the need to request articles from ResearchGate and other aggregators by providing access to the library's digital collections
  • Reduced risk of copyright infringement through the use of non-compliant content held on the open web
  • Informs users that the content is available from UniSA Library as a trusted and recognized source
  • Increased awareness of Library academic journal content
  • Completely anonymous – no user data is shared with or by LibKey
  • Simple browser extension that can be set up in seconds without training

Instructions on how to install LibKey Nomad are available via the Library or the Google Chrome Store.

If you would like a demonstration or need further assistance, please contact Ask the Library