That's it! Now, when you hit a paywall while researching online simply click on the USask Proxy link in your bookmarks bar and the page will automatically reload to give you access to the full-text version if the library subscribes to it. You will be prompted to login with your NSID and password if you are not already logged in.
Below is a video tutorial of setting up the Proxy Bookmarklet:
Accessing Journal Articles
If you find an article that you want, but it is listed as not available in full-text, it may still be available in full-text from a different database.
When you are searching in a database, click on the yellow button to see if your article is available from another source.
A new window will open indicating if the Library has access (online and/or print) to your article:
"Available online" - the Library has electronic access to your article - click on Go to view the full-text. (There may be several options listed here. They all lead to the same article, just from different databases. You can click on any of them to see your article.)
"Available in print" - the Library has a print subscription to your article - the Library location and call number will be written beneath.
"The U Sask Library does not own this item" - the Library does not have access to your article, either print or electronically. You can complete an Interlibrary Loan request at this stage to have the article sent to you (for free) from a different library.