Proxy bookmarklet allows off-campus access to the full-text of an online journal article or e-book, which is subscribed to by the TTU Libraries. It automatically inserts the TTU Libraries' proxy prefix to the URL of an article/e-book, and prompts TTU eRaider authentication if needed.
To use the proxy bookmarklet, you need to install it to your web browser.
How to Use Proxy Bookmarklet
How to Install Proxy Bookmarklet
Drag and drop the link TTU Libraries Proxy to the bookmarks bar. Chrome starts at 53 seconds in the video above.
If the bookmarks bar is hidden, click the More button at the top right (three vertical dots), then Bookmarks > Show bookmarks bar to show the bookmarks bar.
Drag and drop the link TTU Libraries Proxy to the bookmarks bar. Safari starts at 5:00 minutes but really uses the Chrome steps at 53 seconds as these are the same.
- Click the star at the right end of the address bar to bookmark a page as a placeholder;
- Click to open the Favorites folder;
- Right-click the placeholder bookmark, select Rename to change the name to Libraries Proxy Bookmarklet;
- Right-click the placeholder bookmark, select Edit URL and paste the following code to replace the original URL, then hit enter to save:
What if you still cannot access full text using the proxy bookmarklet?
Proxy bookmarklet may not work in the following conditions:
- TTU Libraries does not have a subscription to the title;
- The publisher does not support bookmarklet.
If for some reason, the bookmarklet does not get you the full-text, you can always connect our Libraries to Google Scholar to bypass the pay wall if the Libraries has subscribed the title.