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SCGOPHCG OVID Journal Platform will be undergoing maintenance on Friday, 20 May, starting at 12pm for a period of approximately 45 minutes. The platform will be unavailable during this time.  

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LibKey

LibKey Nomad

LibKey Nomad makes it easy to access journal articles anywhere on the internet. It is a browser extension for Chrome that intelligently adds direct links to journal articles when browsing other websites like Wikipedia, PubMed and journal publishers.

Once activated, you’ll know Nomad is working when it starts adding download links in real-time to web pages which reference journal articles.

How to install LibKey Nomad

  • Click here or visit the Chrome Web Store or Microsoft Edge Add-ons and search for LibKey Nomad to view the extension details
  • Click the Add to Chrome button and confirm when prompted to install the extension:
  • In the next screen you will be prompted to activate LibKey Nomad. Start by searching for Sir Charles Gairdner Osborne Park Health Care Group in the Select Institution box
  • LibKey Nomad will then confirm you have successfully chosen your institution
  • With the Nomad extension activated in Chrome you will see direct links to relevant articles and PDFs load in real-time on websites such as Wikipedia with the following icon
  • Click the icon link and login with your HE credentials if asked. You will then have access to the content you’ve requested!

Click on link to test
Journal of the American College of Cardiology : https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0735109717419267

BrowZine

BrowZine allows you to follow your must-read journals and access articles available at SCGOPH Library. 

Available on desktop, mobile or tablet. Use Chrome, IE 11+, Safari or Firefox.

Download the Android or Apple app for your device, or access BrowZine on your PC
♦ Select Sir Charles Gairdner Osborne Park Health Care Group as Institution and login with your HE number & network password.
♦ Create an account and add your favourite journals to My Bookshelf. 
♦ Login to your My Bookshelf to synchronise your bookshelf across all your devices.

Help for BrowZine Users

Article Request

Please ensure you have completed a Library Registration form to receive a PIN.

Use the Article Request form.

Copyright and Licence Information

Use of eResources is governed by licence agreements signed by the Library.  Use is restricted to clients of the SCGOPHCG Library and widespread harvesting and downloading is not permitted.

Please observe the Copyright Act.  For more information see the Australian Copyright Council's Information Sheets:  An Introduction to Copyright in Australia,  Fair Dealing, copying for Research or Study, &  Libraries: Introduction to Copyright.

Fair dealing provisions for copying from print resources allow you to copy one article from a journal issue or one chapter from a book.  Please comply with fair use provisions when printing or saving from online resources for personal use.

For further information visit the Copyright and Licence Information Page.

Find It@SCGH

  This button appears when browsing journals, books and displays next to search results in databases. Clicking "Find it@SCGH" will tell you if it's available via a library subscription. If it's not available, you'll be offered a link to make a request.

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