Free downloadable browser extension to provide quicker, easier access to scholarly articles and ebooks, and to avoid paywalls. Currently available for Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Safari, Brave, and Vivaldi browsers.
Select the version of Nomad for your browser, and once it is downloaded, select the University of Michigan-Flint as your organization. [image] Once installation is complete, compatible databases will display clickable icons for the full text of the article, often with only one click. When available, it will also display icons linking to the issue of the journal in which the article appears. Example from PubMed
These bookmarklets let you reload a book, article, website, etc. through a library login page. To install the EZproxy bookmarklet in most browsers, simply drag-and-drop either or both of these links into your bookmarks or favorites toolbar. Then when you're off-campus, click one of the bookmarks to gain access to a resource. If we subscribe to something, this you should get in.