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1 Veronica Robinson Garrett Bibliographic Services Division National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health U.S. Department of Health and Human Services April 2014

2  LinkOut is a feature that adds a library- specific icon to PubMed citations.  This icon will link to: - the library’s online full-text subscriptions - local print holdings information - OpenURL-based service (link resolver) 2

3  LinkOut offers three services:  LinkOut (via Submission Utility)  Outside Tool (requires a link resolver)  LinkOut Local (requires a link resolver) 3

4  Specify holdings information  Two ways to submit holdings information  Enter holdings into Submission Utility  Vendor (i.e., EBSCO, Serials Solutions, ProQuest, etc.) can supply holdings information on behalf of library; holdings do not appear in the Submission Utility  The ?holding= parameter added to the PubMed URL triggers the library icon to appear on PubMed citations that correspond to the holdings information that has been supplied to LinkOut  URL to activate the library icon in PubMed: 4

5  Steps to activate your icon in PubMed: 5

6  No holdings information is required  The ?otool= parameter causes the library’s OpenURL/link resolver icon to appear on every citation in PubMed  These icons go to a landing page where users can do at least one of the following: - Click a link to the full-text article via the library’s online subscriptions - Click a link to the library’s catalog to find the printed article - Submit an ILL request  URL to activate the Otool icon in PubMed: 6

7  Steps to activate your Otool icon in PubMed:  Go to: ameAbbr ameAbbr  Perform a search (i.e. cancer)  Select Abstract from the Display Settings menu and click Apply  You should see your icons 7

8  Specify library holdings via XML files submitted to a NLM FTP site in lieu of the Submission Utility  The ?holding= parameter triggers the library icon to appear on PubMed citations that correspond to the holdings information that has been submitted in the XML file  URL to activate the library icon in PubMed: Abbr Abbr  Steps to activate your icon in PubMed  Follow the same steps for LinkOut (via Submission Utility) 8

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10 Localizing PubMed 10

11  Way to Localize PubMed  Free Full text - apply library icon to all citations with free full text: _fft i.e.:  Omit publisher icons: _fft_ndi i.e. di di  More information: LinkOut Help – Localizing PubMed for Your Users d_for_Your_Users d_for_Your_Users 11

12 Submission Utility 12

13  LinkOut – update library information, contact information, library icons (online and print), holdings information (online and print), export holdings and usage statistics  Outside Tool – contact information, library name, Tool name, library icon and usage statistics  LinkOut Local – library information, contact information, library icon and usage statistics (holdings info supplied via XML files) 13

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15 Resources 15

16  LinkOut: General information (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/projects/linkout/d oc/linkout.html)http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/projects/linkout/d oc/linkout.html  LinkOut for Libraries Training and Educational Resources (includes Quick Tours and FAQ) (http://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/disted/linkout_for _libraries/loforlib.html)http://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/disted/linkout_for _libraries/loforlib.html  LinkOut Help (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK3806/)http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK3806/ 16

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