Answered By: Woodruff Library Last Updated: Jun 02, 2015 Views: 131
LibX @ Emory is a Firefox extension that provides direct access to Emory University Library resources.
The LibX browser plug-in provides direct access to Emory University Library resources. It features:
Toolbar & right-click context menu: Search Databases @ Emory, and eJournals @ Emory directly from the LibX toolbar or using the right-click context menu.
Quick full text access to many journal articles: LibX can use Google Scholar to search for articles and direct you to the electronic copy subscribed to by Emory Libraries. Select a citation, then drag-and-drop it onto the Scholar button on the LibX toolbar.
Support for off-campus access via EZProxy: Using the Emory Libraries' EZProxy server, you may reload a page through the proxy, or follow a link via the proxy, making it appear as though you are coming from an on-campus computer.
Autolink Pages: When certain identifiers, such as ISBNs and ISSNs, appear on a web page, they automatically turn into links to Emory's library catalog. Examples: 9780060731328, 055380202X, 0098-7484. DOIs and Pubmed IDs link to Emory's SFX OpenURL resolver.Examples: DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.66.063511, PMID: 16646082.
Support for xISBN: A book title can have different ISBNs for the paperback, the hardcover, even for different editions. LibX supports OCLC's xISBN service, and can find a book, given an ISBN, even if Emory's Libraries hold this book under a different ISBN.
Embedded cues: Libx inserts an Emory shield "cue" in search results from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Google Scholar, the New York Times Book Review, Yahoo! and other web sites that leads you to Emory Libraries' print and licensed e-resources. If you see the Emory "shield" icon, click on the link to see if something is available at or through Emory.
Click the link below to set an Emory University library link in your Google Scholar preferences.