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1 Quick Training Guide New SpringerLink, August 2010

2 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August Quick Search Box is now in the same location on EVERY page of the site. Users no longer have to go looking for it!   Searching on SpringerLink

3 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August  Searching on SpringerLink | Advanced Search The advanced search box drops down from any page  Search with ‘Citation’ allows researchers to directly find the content they already know. Researchers can now choose in advance how they would like their results to be ordered. 

4 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August The Home Page Login box available from every page. No need to return to home page to login. New A-Z List reduces the need for scrolling. Easy access to services on springer.com.   

5 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August Subject Collections now expand to show detailed subfields for easy browsing.   The Home Page   Institutional branding is now visible on every page.

6 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August Search within Content Type Search within Journals or eBooks allows for easy searching within specific content types.  

7 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August Journal Features Articles can be filtered to show Online First and Open Access articles only. The journal history notes indicate any title changes, mergers or title splits.    

8 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August   All journal content available is instantly visible, including archival content. Browsing Journal Content

9 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August Journal information is clearly visible. Volume and issue number also clearly noted.     The Issue Page 

10 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August Click “Show Abstract” to reveal the abstract. The abstract can be reviewed without leaving the search results.   Revealing the Abstract  

11 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August Related Documents The new SpringerLink shows researchers the most closely related documents on article and chapter level.  

12 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August Mousing over Related Documents   Mousing over a “Related Documents” causes a mini-abstract screen to pop up, so researchers can review an item without leaving the original article!

13 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August Export Citation tool is easily visible and supports the most popular citation programs   Export Citations

14 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August References & “Cited By” Article references are easily viewed from the abstract page. “Cited By” links to articles which cite the current article.   

15 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August “Look Inside” puts chapter-level PDFs back together, bringing the “book” experience back into eBooks! No special software is required! Controls are contained within the site. Even non- subscribers can access 10% of each chapter (and all front matter).   Look Inside – PDF Previewing of eBook Chapters

16 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August Always know where you are in the eBook. The bar at the top of the content area shows the chapter titles.    Viewing Chapters in PDF Preview

17 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August PDF Preview in Full Screen View Enjoy the full screen eBook reading experience.  

18 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August  Viewing Related Documents and References in PDF Preview Select “View Details” in the “Look Inside” chapter bar to see References and Related Documents for each chapter. 

19 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August Related Documents cross all content types on SpringerLink!   Related Documents also for eBooks 

20 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August  You can easily review the abstract of the various related documents. This is done by “mousing” over the article or chapter you are interested in. From this mini-abstract screen, you can also download the PDF directly. Download from the Mini-Abstract Window 

21 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August SpringerLink Admins – My SpringerLink To access administrator functions, click “MySpringerLink”, then “Account Details” 

22 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August SpringerLink Admins – My SpringerLink Click “Administer” to access administrator functions for your institution. 

23 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August SpringerLink Admins – My SpringerLink You can also download usage reports, create and send membership tokens, update account details.   You can see your memberships, use administrator rights and manage members.  

24 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August Usage reports

25 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August Membership tokens

26 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August Create Membership Tokens

27 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August Coming Soon – Link Out and Customer Branding

28 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August Account Details

29 Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August Thank you! Any questions?


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