Use LibKey.io to search for articles by DOI (digital object identifier) or PMID (PubMed ID). If the article is available in GSU's collection or via open access you will see options for the PDF and/or the article link. If the article is unavailable in the library's collection you will have the option to submit an Interlibrary Loan request.
The first time you use LibKey.io, (or after you clear your browser's cache) you may need to select Georgia State University as your organization.
Once you have searched for a DOI or PMID, you will be brought to the LibKey landing page.
The LibKey landing page appears the first time an article is searched during a browsing session, and allows you to choose your format preference. There are several components to this page:
You can add "libkey.io/" in front of any DOI or PMID in your browser's search bar and LibKey.io will look for the article. LibKey.io can also be used to create stable links for sharing LibKey.io identifies where the user is coming from and how to route them to authenticate. More information is available in this linking syntax article.
Generic linking syntax - for sharing both within and outside the GSU community:
GSU specific linking syntax - for sharing within the GSU community (this option embeds GSU's institution ID into the link, so LibKey.io already knows to search GSU's library collections):