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BrowZine & LibKey: LibKey Nomad++

Customize your journal-reading experience & find full text faster!

What is LibKey Nomad++?

LibKey Nomad++ is a web browser extension that provides single click access to the Library's content from PubMed, publisher websites, and Wikipedia. LibKey Nomad can be used from on or off campus. Available for Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Safari.

Follow these steps to set up and use LibKey Nomad.

  1. Get the LibKey Nomad++ extension from your browser's app store
  2. Follow the on-screen instructions
  3. Select Albert Einstein College of Medicine as your institution

LibKey Nomad++ in Action

When LibKey Nomad is activated, PubMed citations will include thumbnail images of journal covers, links to download PDFs (if available), and the option to view the complete issue of the journal. When LibKey can’t find a PDF, it will offer other access options, including interlibrary loan.

Publisher websites

The LibKey Nomad++ button will appear on publishers' websites and in resources such as Wikipedia to alert you to the availability of full text. If you have questions, you can click the chat bubble to chat with a librarian (weekdays between 9-6).

LibKey Nomad++

LibKey Buttons Explained

PDF is availableDownload the PDF Full Text in one click.

Link to the article pageLink directly to the article page, where you can access the full text.

Manuscript version availableOpen Access version of the article is available. This may not be the final, published version of the article.

LibKey Access Option The article may not be immediately available but Einstein Library staff can help you get it.

See the article in contextLinks to BrowZine where you can view the full journal issue in which the article is published.

Citation Mangers

Send citations to your Zotero, Mendeley, BibTex, RefWorks, or EndNote

Send citations to your prefered citation manger. Options include Zotero, Mendeley, RefWorks, and EndNote.

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