If your library subscribes to the Pro version of the Trip Database you can now simplify and expedite access to content by integrating LibKey! Trip is the leading evidence-based medical search tool used by researchers around the world. With the new LibKey integration, your users will benefit from fast, one-click access from Trip database citations to millions of library subscribed and open-access articles!
Exciting news: the expanded LibKey Link and LibKey.io are now available! These new services join LibKey Discovery and LibKey Nomad to bring libraries a comprehensive digital access strategy. LibKey provides researchers better awareness of library content, then simplifies access to it, whether users are on-site or remote and whether the point of discovery is within library resources or on the open web.
The popular LibKey Nomad browser extension has been expanded and now supports the browsers Edge, Vivaldi, and Brave! Users of these browsers simply need to add the LibKey Nomad extension to get started. Great news, too, for those who prefer of the Firefox browser: LibKey Nomad is being developed for this popular browser and will be supported in the coming months!
Enhance Web of Science and Scopus with one-click access to content. Good news for libraries using Web of Science or Scopus! The popular LibKey Nomad browser extension has been expanded to work with these important databases.
Add one-click access to millions more articles with new LibKey Discovery update Good news for libraries using Ex Libris Primo and Summon! In addition to providing one-click access to PDFs from publisher sources, LibKey Discovery is now expanded to include one-click access to articles from aggregated sources like EBSCO and ProQuest and from Unpaywall.
One-click access to articles in Leganto! LibKey integration is now a feature option for subscribers of Ex Libris Leganto! With this terrific new integration, article records in Leganto include one-click access to PDFs, making reading lists even better and easier to use.
When we told a long-standing customer that the browser extension LibKey Nomad, along with our forthcoming services libkey.io and expanded LibKey Link, were included at no additional charge with her library’s Third Iron subscription, she was skeptical. “I’ve heard this before” she said, pointedly calling out experiences where other vendors provided an add-on service for “free,” only to have the vendor come back later and try to charge for it.
We are excited to announce how LibKey Link, currently available for PubMed, will be expanded to deliver one-click access to content anywhere your link resolver is used. Imagine users searching in their favorite database, clicking the standard link resolver button, and getting immediately to content!
LibKey improves remote access by providing a direct path to content: from your discovery service, in databases, and even on the open web. LibKey makes it obvious how to get to articles, minimizes the clicks required to get to them, and reduces the confusion of navigating menus and websites.