BrowZine integration with EndNote Web is now available for MAC!
From the Article view in BrowZine, EndNote now appears as a bibliographic management export option:
With a single tap, iOS users may export citation and PDF data directly from BrowZine to their EndNote library via EndNote Web. Note: You must have registered with EndNote Web. Contact the Library with any queries.
Register (top right of the screen) to get login details for the app. To maintain access you must re-verify your organisational affiliation every 90 days. More on this from UpToDate.
If you have problems with your username or password, contact UpToDate directly (the Library cannot help with this).
Apple IOS Android Google Play
Please note there may be a delay before full text access is available.
Browser Extensions - LibKey Nomad and EndNote Click
There are several ways you can use your internet browser and be identified as a valid WNHS Library user for full text access to articles that would otherwise have a paywall.
LibKey Nomad and EndNote Click are browser extensions that embed their icons at the article level for single click link out to full text. These extensions will only link to full text where the journals are held by the library or the articles are open access. Where the full text is not available please check the library's Journals A-Z list as the article may be available via a different source, and if not you can link through to the library's document delivery service.
Download Libkey Nomad to your PC now and get started.
Note: LibKey Nomad is permitted at WA Health and is the recommended full text access extension, so you can use this extension at work as well as at home.
Once LibKey Nomad is installed you will be prompted to select a library - select "Women and Newborn Health Service Library"
An alternative browser extension to help you access full text is EndNote Click (formerly called Kopernio).
EndNote Click works similarly to LibKey Nomad. See here for more information and to get started.
Please note you cannot run both extensions simultaneously on your browser.
Library Bookmarklet for Computers & Laptops
The Library bookmarklet identifies you as a valid WNHS Library user, allowing you to gain access to subscribed content from a journal website without first going through the Library website.
Step 1: Set-up the bookmarklet
Step 2: Use the bookmarklet
Step 2. Edit the Bookmark
Step 3. Use the Bookmarklet