There are several ways to access UNSW Library resources for your research and study when not accessing via Library collection.
The following tools and plugins will help you directly access full-text articles from UNSW Library subscriptions.
Set up Google Scholar settings to remotely access UNSW Library subscriptions. When searching Google Scholar, articles available via the Library will then be flagged Find it@UNSW.
Personalise Trove settings to display UNSW Library holdings.
Browser extension that automatically connects students and researchers to UNSW Library-licensed and open access full-text articles.
Install browser plugin via LibKey Nomad. Choose UNSW Sydney as your institution.
Looking for something that provides quick access to UNSW Library and open access full-text articles?
Watch this video to find out how to set up the LibKey Nomad browser extension.
Browser extension that automatically connects students and researchers to UNSW Library-licensed and open access full-text articles in some Library databases.
Install browser plugin via EndNote. Choose UNSW Sydney as your institution.
See EndNote Click's data principles for privacy information.
When searching UNSW Library collection or Google Scholar you may occasionally come across a journal article that is not available in full text via UNSW Library. Check if a free open access version of the article exists by searching for the article at Open Access Button.
Open Access Button is also available as a browser plugin.
The Google Scholar Button allows easy access to Google Scholar from any web page. For best results, link UNSW Library to your Google Scholar settings before using the button.
After adding the button to your browser, highlight the title of the article in your Library collection or Google Search results. Select the Scholar button to find the article in Google Scholar.
Use BrowZine to browse, read and download UNSW Library’s subscribed eJournal content on your mobile device or desktop.