These utilities and tools are provided to make Search more useful and accessible for you, however, Monash University makes no warranties of any kind, including, but not limited to, any express or implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, accuracy or non-infringement.
When you have discovered resources via a general search over the internet, typically you will be asked to subscribe and/or pay a fee to access the full-text content. You can use this bookmarklet to re-direct the web page to go through the Monash University Library electronic resources gateway, which will then allow you full-text access to the content.
Drag and drop the Access via Monash button below to your browser's bookmark bar
Create the bookmarklet manually:
Access via Monash script
To use the Monash ezproxy bookmarklet
This bookmarklet and user instructions are adopted from the information made available via pages (now archived) prepared by Dr Russell Anderson from Monash School of Physics.
This online generator will create a bookmarklet for any EzProxy URL entered. The Monash EzProzy URL for this tool is:
This tool is developed by Phil Wolstenholm.
Although the Library subscribe to many electronic resources there will be cases where no full-text access is granted even via the Library's gateway. In these cases, please contact the Library for other access options.
Install the LibX browser toolbar to search Library resources in Firefox or Internet Explorer:
Note: Sign in option is only available once you are in Search itself.
View all MARC fields associated with a Search record
pnxbookmarklet (for Firefox, Chrome etc.)
pnxbookmarklet4ie (for Internet Explorer)