Why use LibX
LibX is an add-on for Firefox and Chrome that gives your web browser quick access to the Libraries' online resources. When searching the web, if you come across a site to which you think BC may subscribe, such as JSTOR, you can use your LibX toolbar to reload the page so that it goes through the BC proxy. Then you can login to BC and you have access to full-text content.
How to use LibX to access resource from off-campus
When you are searching the web and you find a subscription site, you can click the LibX icon at the top-right corner of your browser to open LibX. Then click on the Proxies link, then Reload page with this proxy. The page will be reloaded through BC and you get access to BC's subscription and the full text if available.
See below for additional LibX features, including searching the BC Catalog.
LibX more details
There are two ways to search the Catalog with LibX: by using the LibX Search Box, or by highlighting any word or phrase on any web page.
USING THE LIBX SEARCH BOX