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    Better linking from any point of discovery and more!

    Did you know LibKey can also be added virtually anywhere you are using your link resolver to get users to full text? This includes all of your databases, bibliographic management tools like RefWorks, and more! Reducing the clicks to content and increasing link reliability saves researchers time and provides a better user experience, all while reducing broken links, the number of library help desk tickets and unnecessary ILL requests.

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    Central Installation of LibKey Nomad to Improve Equity of Access: A Case Study of Chesterfield Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

    Rebecca Stephens is the Systems and E-Resources Librarian at the Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, where she supports their electronic resources including e-books and electronic journals. She helps with research, and with training on library systems for the library’s users.

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    Third Iron Announces Available LibKey Integration with CAB Direct

    LibKey simplifies and accelerates full text access for researchers using CAB Direct. Third Iron, LLC, a leading information technology company developing innovative services for libraries, publishers and their users, announced the availability of LibKey integration for libraries subscribing to CABI databases on CAB Direct.

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    How St. Norbert College Library uses LibKey to Simplify Access and Keep the Library at the Center of Research Workflow

    St. Norbert is a small, private, liberal arts college in De Pere, Wisconsin, right next to Green Bay. It is affiliated with the Catholic Norbertine Order. In addition to 2,200 faculty and students, the campus also has members of the Norbertine Order working and teaching there, a unique feature of the college

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    How Seton Hall University uses LibKey to simplify access and drive engagement with library resources

    Seton Hall University is a private Catholic institution with campuses in South Orange, Newark, and Nutley, New Jersey. Seton Hall University Library is the main library for the South Orange campus and there are other campus libraries, including the Seminary Library and the Law Library.

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    Third Iron Newsletter – 3/29/2021

    Many services support adding an additional access link link to Open Access articles using data from services like Unpaywall and CORE. Third Iron will be going a step further by ingesting Unpaywall data into our LibKey to make it a functional part of our linking algorithm.

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    Third Iron Newsletter – 2/24/2021

    A new, Google Scholar auto-affiliation feature is now active in LibKeyNomad. With the LibKey Nomad browser extension installed, users who visitGoogle Scholar will automatically be affiliated with their institution. If your library is participating in the Google Library Links program, users will now see their library’s link resolver appear in the Google Scholar results – no action needed by the user or the library!

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    Third Iron Newsletter – 1/20/2021

    We expanded our LibKey services to help libraries support the changing nature of their researchers’ work, whether on campus or offsite. If you have been a long time BrowZine subscriber, or recently added the LibKey Suite, your subscription includes full access to these expanded services. Please read on for a summary of the highlights!

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    Third Iron Newsletter – 10/19/2020

    LibKey services were part of three separate presentations at the September 2020 meeting of the International Group of Ex Libris Users. This newsletter summarizes what librarians from The University of Manchester, University of Western Australia and University of Wisconsin Stevens Point had to report!

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