We’re pleased to announce that the Emory Libraries are starting the new year with a new, improved website!
Please note: if you find that your bookmarked links to library resources or web pages are no longer working, you may need to delete the old bookmarks and add new links.
Here are some Tips for Accessing and Linking to Library Resources:
Access a Full Text Journal or Newspaper via eJournals@Emory A to Z List
- Select the link to eJournals@Emory A-Z List
- In the box beside “Find e-Journal by Title:” type in the name of a journal or newspaper
- Select the title and log in with Emory Net ID and password
Bookmark a Journal or Database of Interest
- Follow the instructions above to access a full text journal or newspaper using the eJournals@Emory A-Z list
- Begin a database search through the Emory Libraries’ A-Z Databases List or a journal search through the eJournals@Emory A-Z List
- When prompted, sign in with Emory Net ID and password
- Once the journal or database home page has opened, copy or bookmark the displayed URL. The correct URL should contain proxy.library.emory.edu
New Ways to Access Journal Articles Faster
- Instructions for installing LibKey Nomad (a free plugin for Google Chrome that helps you access scholarly journal articles) and see blog post, New Chrome extension streamlines access to full text
- Bookmarklet for Safari and other browsers (a bookmarklet you can add to your browser that allows you to request articles through the Emory proxy server) – scroll down to view instructions
Browse an Entire Journal
- We still support Browzine (an app that lets you browse, read, and monitor current academic journals)
Access a Database
- Go to the A-Z Databases website
- In the “Search for Databases” box, type in the name of the database, then select “Go”
- Select the database’s name
- Log in using your Emory Network ID and Password
Problems Accessing a Database?
- Clear your cache by going to your browser’s History and clear browsing data; now try to access the database using the steps under “Access a Database,” above
- If clearing the cache of the browser that you were using doesn’t help, try using a different browser to access the database; for example, if you were using Google Chrome, try using Mozilla Firefox.
- Need further assistance? Contact your subject librarian or go to Ask a Librarian to get help by email, chat, or text, or call 404-727-6873.
Read the New York Times Online
- Register for Emory’s NEW NYT Digital Program for free access
Thanks to Hannah Rogers and the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library informationists, Chris Doty, Kristan Majors, and Chris Pollette for contributing content to this article.