The world’s leading journal engagement platform

Content linking from your discovery service, simplified

Resolve DOI and PMID requests through the library, not pirate sites

 

One-click access to library content discovered on the web

One-click access to content anywhere OpenURL is used

Featured Case Study

The University of Manchester

HowThe University of Manchester Library Reduced Support Ticket Volume by 25%

The University of Manchester Library is one of the great libraries of the world. It sits at the heart of England’s first and most eminent civic university, welcoming millions of students, researchers and visits every year to its 11 sites, which include The John Rylands Library, home to one of the most remarkable university Special Collections in the world.

“It’s so much clearer and so much better that people are asking, ‘Why isn’t it this way to begin with?’

~ Tim O’Neill

  • Reduced Support Ticket Volume by 25%

  • Improved usability to save 100 days of wasted researcher time per year

  • LibKey led to 75% fewer clicks

  • LibKey led to large time savings

Featured Case Study

The University of Manchester

HowThe University of Manchester Library Reduced Support Ticket Volume by 25%

The University of Manchester Library is one of the great libraries of the world. It sits at the heart of England’s first and most eminent civic university, welcoming millions of students, researchers and visits every year to its 11 sites, which include The John Rylands Library, home to one of the most remarkable university Special Collections in the world.

“It’s so much clearer and so much better that people are asking, ‘Why isn’t it this way to begin with?’

~ Tim O’Neill

  • Reduced Support Ticket Volume by 25%

  • Improved usability to save 100 days of wasted researcher time per year

  • LibKey led to 75% fewer clicks

  • LibKey led to large time savings

Featured Case Study

The University of Manchester

HowThe University of Manchester Library Reduced Support Ticket Volume by 25%

The University of Manchester Library is one of the great libraries of the world. It sits at the heart of England’s first and most eminent civic university, welcoming millions of students, researchers and visits every year to its 11 sites, which include The John Rylands Library, home to one of the most remarkable university Special Collections in the world.

“It’s so much clearer and so much better that people are asking, ‘Why isn’t it this way to begin with?’

~ Tim O’Neill

  • Reduced Support Ticket Volume by 25%

  • Improved usability to save 100 days of wasted researcher time per year

  • LibKey led to 75% fewer clicks

  • LibKey led to large time savings

Featured Case Study

The University of Manchester

HowThe University of Manchester Library Reduced Support Ticket Volume by 25%

The University of Manchester Library is one of the great libraries of the world. It sits at the heart of England’s first and most eminent civic university, welcoming millions of students, researchers and visits every year to its 11 sites, which include The John Rylands Library, home to one of the most remarkable university Special Collections in the world.

“It’s so much clearer and so much better that people are asking, ‘Why isn’t it this way to begin with?’

~ Tim O’Neill

  • Reduced Support Ticket Volume by 25%

  • Improved usability to save 100 days of wasted researcher time per year

  • LibKey led to 75% fewer clicks

  • LibKey led to large time savings

Featured Case Study

The University of Manchester

HowThe University of Manchester Library Reduced Support Ticket Volume by 25%

The University of Manchester Library is one of the great libraries of the world. It sits at the heart of England’s first and most eminent civic university, welcoming millions of students, researchers and visits every year to its 11 sites, which include The John Rylands Library, home to one of the most remarkable university Special Collections in the world.

“It’s so much clearer and so much better that people are asking, ‘Why isn’t it this way to begin with?’

~ Tim O’Neill

  • Reduced Support Ticket Volume by 25%

  • Improved usability to save 100 days of wasted researcher time per year

  • LibKey led to 75% fewer clicks

  • LibKey led to large time savings

Linking from your discovery service, simplified.

Add one-click access to full text articles and journal issue linking to the article records of all leading discovery services. LibKey Discovery eliminates the confusing maze of clicks to deliver the experience users expect, save researchers valuable time, and reduce help desk requests.

Simplify access to content from all your library databases

Use LibKey Link wherever you are using a link resolver to deliver one-click access to articles. LibKey Link extends all the benefits of one-click access to any of your library resources.

Keep the library central to the research process when discovery happens outside the library

Users often start their research at sites outside the library, such as PubMed, Wikipedia and publisher pages. LibKey Nomad is a browser extension that detects available scholarly content, notifies the user of availability, and connects them to the content in one-click. LibKey Nomad may be downloaded by users or be deployed centrally across computers at your organization.

Resolve DOI and PMID requests through library services, not pirate sites

libkey.io presents a single search box to find an article by DOI or PMID, delivering one-click full text access via library subscribed or Open Access content. Researchers want to find articles easily, libkey.io delivers

The world’s leading platform for researchers to find, read and follow their favorite scholarly journals.

Visualize your ejournal collection and present them in a format so they can be easily browsed and read. BrowZine drives journal engagement and keeps your researchers current in the literature.

Client Feedback

I may be late to the party but this @browzine app is amazing for organising academic reading – where have you been all my life! Thanks to @ThomsonPat who recommended it on her fantastic blog!

Dr Lauran Doak

Probably late to the party but LibKey Chrome plug-in and Google Scholar saved libraries have revolutionised my lockdown literature search from home! https://thirdiron.com/libkey-io/

Chris Williams

The new integration of @bodleianlibs #SOLO and @browzine is really helpful, especially the Chrome extension LibKey Nomad. Gets you to the pdf with one click on publisher pages. Very handy when one finds the paper through a web search. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/libkey-nomad/lkoeejijapdihgbegpljiehpnlkadljb #ServiceTweet

Etienne Hanelt

@thirdiron Browzine Libkey Nomad takes the data from that link resolver but delivers the pdf without having to click the link resolver link in pubmed then click your link in resolver then click OR find pdf link. It. Just. Delivers. The. Pdf!

Chris Bishop

Used by over a thousand libraries and institutions around the world.

The Latest News and Articles

  • Video

    LibKey Nomad browser extension delivers one-click article access.

    Learn more about LibKey Nomad – the browser extension for Chrome, Edge, Firefox and more that harnesses the power of LibKey’s one-click linking technology and brings it directly to where your researcher’s are – in the open web!

    Read More
    • Browzine
    • Category
    • LibKey
    • White Paper
  • Case Study

    How The University of Manchester Library Reduced Support Ticket Volume by 25%

    The University of Manchester Library is one of the great libraries of the world. It sits at the heart of England’s first and most eminent civic university, welcoming millions of students, researchers and visits every year to its 11 sites, which include The John Rylands Library, home to one of the most remarkable…

    Read More
    • Academics
    • Case Study
    • Manchester
    • University
  • Transcription

    Missing Link – Optimizing Access to Reduce Unnecessary ILL Requests Presentation Trasncript

    Tony Espe and Rebecca Wisniewski discuss using ILL requests to evaluate and troubleshoot discovery service interface problems.
    “That brings us back to our research question, exactly how many of our patrons were submitting ILL request for online items that they could have access themselves through the university library.”

    Read More