Answered By: Ming Guang Han Last Updated: Jun 11, 2015 Views: 24687
If you are using Google Scholar, you are strongly recommended to use the following official method for accessing full-text , though the proxy bookmarklet method will continue to work.
If you are using PubMed, you are strongly recommended to use the following official method for accessing full-text , though the proxy bookmarklet method will continue to work.
Want more tools like the proxy bookmarklet that save time? Try our research tools page.
Please see this guide on the installation and use of the proxy bookmarklet (including versions for Ios & Android devices).
Alternatively, refer to the video below.
NUS Libraries, does not have subscription to every online article, for every year, for every vendor. If this method fails you will have to check the library catalogue to see if there is access via another online source or if a print copy is available.
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