The Rutgers University Libraries Toolbar is a web browser extension that adds quick ways to link directly to Rutgers Libraries' resources and provides a visual cue in sites like Amazon when a resource is available at the libraries. It also adds functionality to your mouse's right-click functionality.
- Links to Rutgers libraries resources
- Search box for QuickSearch (Rutgers Libraries print and electronic resources)
- Easy reload of web pages through Rutgers Proxy server for remote login
- Access Google Scholar "Magic Search"
The toolbar is available only for Chrome.
Go to http://libx.org. If you're connecting from on campus, it should automatically show you the Rutgers University Libraries edition. If not, click "Search for an edition for my community,” and type “Rutgers”. Then click “Load this edition” to install the toolbar.
The toolbar used work for Firefox, but now does not work for versions of Firefox 57+ (released November 14, 2017).
Search QuickSearch for library resources
Links to Libraries Resources
Reload a page the page through Rutgers proxy server
Access Google Scholar "Magic Search"
Highlight a citation, right-click, and select Search Google Scholar.
Removing the Toolbar
- To remove the Toolbar extension, right-click on its icon in the toolbar and select "Remove from Chrome."
In case you wanted to know more about the history of the Toolbar…
The toolbar makes use of an open source browser plug-in called LibX. LibX was created by Annette Bailey and Godmar Back at Virgina Tech. The Rutgers Libraries Toolbar edition was first developed by Mei Ling Lo and Choong Hoong Liew, and is now maintained by Sam McDonald at Rutgers Libraries.
Questions about the Rutgers Libraries Toolbar can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.