Full text access
The tools on this page help you to avoid paywalls when accessing online books and journals.
LibKey Nomad is a browser extension. It enables instant access to PDFs, or other Library links for resources from hundreds of scholarly sites, including:
- Google Scholar.
It helps you avoid paywalls.
As you browse scholarly sites it automatically displays buttons for Bond Library subscriptions and services for:
- PDF downloads
- Links to journal table of contents
- Article links to read online (web page)
- Access options to request a copy
- Manuscript links or pdfs
- Links to ebooks
This browser extension is installed for Edge, Firefox and Chrome on Bond University computers. The Library's licence includes use on your personal computers.
After installation, open the extension and choose Bond University from the list of institutions.
Full text access in reference managers
Tools such as Endnote and other reference managers can be configured to locate via Library Search, full text from citation data. The details you may need to configure are:
- Base URL: https://librarysearch.bond.edu.au/openurl/61BOND_INST/61BOND_INST:BOND?
- Authentication URL (used in Endnote): https://ezproxy.bond.edu.au/login?url=
Copy and paste these into your reference manager settings.
Find it @ Bond
In some of our subscription databases you will see a link or button - Find It @Bond. This will be useful when full text is not available directly in the interface. It takes the resource details and checks Library Search for availability. If it is not available in full text, you will get the option to request the resource.
You can turn on this feature in Google Scholar by setting up your library links.
- Go to Google Scholar
- Open the settings
- Select Library Links
- Search for 'Bond Library'
- Tick 'Bond University Library - Find It @Bond'
- Click Save
Reload site via Bond Library for access
This ezyproxy bookmarklet gives you access to journals and other subscription-only content from off-campus or the wireless network with one click via Bond Library. There is no need to use this if you access content via Library Search or the electronic resources page. If you have discovered content from Google, or Twitter, or someone has emailed you a link this tool will make it easier to get to the full text.
Drag this button to your bookmark toolbar to reload a pay-walled content page via the Library's ezproxy authentication. When you use this bookmarklet it:
- reloads the page
- asks you to authenticate with your Bond credentials
- passes you through to the full text content if it is in the Library collection of e-resources
There are a few e-resources that do not use ezproxy, but the majority will work.