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LibKey Nomad

Libkey Nomad (ASU Library's "Ask a Librarian" FAQ)
The LibKey Nomad browser extension automates the identification and downloading of full text content (articles) from electronic journals licensed by ASU Library. The extension is available for the Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Brave and Vivaldi browsers.

Finding Books

Finding books

Finding e-books
Downloading e-books (library guide)

WorldCat (restricted to current ASU students, faculty and staff)
WorldCat (open access)

Finding Articles

A-Z Databases
E-Journal Collections

Journal Search (search by title or ISSN)

Google Scholar ( ASU Library edition)

Ulrichsweb (restricted to current ASU students, faculty and staff)
Provides information about periodicals (journals, magazines, newspapers): publisher, active title, peer-reviewed.

Browzine (restricted to current ASU students, faculty and staff)
Use to create a personal list of scholarly, peer-reviewed journals.
Subjects: Arts and Humanities. Biological Sciences. Biomedical and Health Sciences. Business and Economics. Earth and Environmental Sciences. Engineering and Technology. History. Law and Legal Studies. Mathematics and Statistics. Philosophy and Religion. Physics, Chemistry and Astronomy. Social Science and Behavioral Science.

The largest open access database for both identifying the Table Of Contents (TOCs) of scholarly journals and creating alerts for TOCs.

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