Drag and drop full text access to journal articles: LibX for Liberty University can use Google Scholar to search for articles. Items found will direct you to the electronic copy subscribed to by our library. Select some text or a citation, then drag-and-drop it onto the Scholar button on the toolbar. Look for the "GetIt@Liberty" button and use that. You can even do this from inside a PDF file, which makes retrieving papers referenced in a PDF file a snap. To use this feature, set your Google Scholar preferences. Set the library as Liberty University.
Toolbar & right-click context menu: Search the JFL Catalog, Summon Search, and other library resources directly from the LibX toolbar. Or you can use the right-click context menu. Highlight the title or some text, right click, and you can search by keyword, title, or author. You may also search Journals at Liberty University, the Liberty University Digital Commons, Google Scholar, Google, and Amazon from the main search area of the toolbar.
LibX for Liberty University toolbar
Adds Summon searching directly into the context menu
Support for off-campus access via EZProxy: Using the library's off-campus proxy, you may reload a page through the proxy, or follow a link via the proxy, making it appear as though you are coming from an on-campus computer.
Support for embedded cues: LibX places cues in web pages you visit if our library has resources related to that page. Whenever you see the cue, click on the link to look at what the library has to offer. For instance, book pages at Amazon or Barnes & Noble will contain cues that link to the book's entry in JFL Catalog. Cues are displayed at Google, Yahoo! Search, and other pages. Watch this screencast for examples of this cool feature (requires Macromedia Flash Plugin).
Adds an "LU" to titles for fast library searching
Support for xISBN: A book title can have different ISBNs for the paperback, the hardcover, even for different editions. LibX supports OCLC's xISBN service: you can find a book, given an ISBN, even if the library holds this book under a different ISBN.
LibX for Liberty University is distributed under the Mozilla Public License. The copyright is held jointly by Annette Bailey and Virginia Tech.
By using this extension you may send the URL of pages you are currently visiting to your library's catalog server. Such information is sent only if you are actively using the extension; it is never sent automatically. If you wish to avoid this you must turn off the referrer URL by setting network.http.sendRefererHeader to 0 in your preferences.
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