Full Text @NTU Library


Easy Access to NTU-Subscribed Articles

Found a useful article online but unable to access the full text? Someone sent you a link but it only brings you to the abstract? Full Text @NTU Library is a bookmark for your web browser which allows NTU staff and students to easily click through to full text articles or e-books if subscribed by NTU Library.

Below are the simple steps you can take to install Full Text @NTU Library on your preferred web browser. Once installed, whenever you find yourself on a page that only shows the article abstract or asks for a login or payment, simply click on the Full Text bookmark in your browser and the page will be reloaded with the full text options (if we subscribe to that journal/book).

Web Browsers



Safari / Google Chrome


Drag and drop Full Text @NTU Library to your browser's toolbar.


Internet Explorer

  1. Ensure that you have enabled the Favourites Bar on your browser. If you have not, right click the menu bar and check the box Favourites Bar.
  2. Right click Full Text @NTU Library, select Add to Favourites and Create in Favourites Bar.

Microsoft Edge


     Sorry, this is currently not supported.


Mozilla Firefox

  1. Right click Full Text @NTU Library and select Bookmark This Link.
  2. Add to folder Bookmarks Toolbar. NTU Library Proxy Bookmarklet will appear on your browser toolbar.




For Mobile Devices

(Apple OS and Android OS)

  1. Open this page and bookmark it in your mobile device's browser.  Click on Bookmarks and ensure that you see Full Text @NTU Library amongst your bookmarks.  If you encounter problems with your mobile device's default browser, please use Google Chrome Mobile.
  2. Change the URL address for the saved bookmark to: 
    Tap "Done" to save the bookmark.
  3. Tap on the bookmark when prompted for payment. For Android users, search for Full Text @NTU using the address bar and tap on that link instead.

Useful Tips:

  • Full Text @NTU Library can be used on hyperlinks found in emails sent by key journal publishers.
  • Full Text @NTU Library can be used on hyperlinks found in research articles sent to you by research collaborators from other universities.
  • For materials not subscribed by NTU Library, make use of the document delivery serviceinterlibrary loans (for books) or New Title Recommendation.
  • If you encounter any difficulties, please approach your subject librarian.

Interested in more library tools? Find out more about our NTU Library Toolbar.

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