SpringerLink Training August 2010. SpringerLink Redesign2 Quick Search Box is now in the same location on EVERY page of the site. Users no longer have.
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SpringerLink Redesign2 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
SpringerLink Redesign3 Subject Collections now expand to show detailed subfields. Browsing Subject Collections Institutional branding is now visible on every page.
SpringerLink Redesign4 SpringerLink 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. Links to librarian services on springer.com.
SpringerLink Redesign5 SpringerLink Home Page – My SpringerLink To access administrator functions, click MySpringerLink and select Account Details.
SpringerLink Redesign6 SpringerLink Home Page – My SpringerLink Click “Administer” to access administrator functions for your institution.
SpringerLink Redesign7 SpringerLink Home Page – My SpringerLink From this screen, you can see account administrators, members, and usage report controls.
SpringerLink Redesign8 Advanced Search The advance search box drops down from any page. The advance search now includes the option to “Search by Citation” to find a specific article or chapter. Researchers can now choose how they would like results to be ordered.
SpringerLink Redesign9 Browsing within Content Type Search within Journals or eBooks allows for easy searching within specific content types.
SpringerLink Redesign10 Journal Features Articles can be filtered to show Open Access articles only. The journal history notes indicate any title changes, mergers or title splits.
SpringerLink Redesign11 All journal content available is immediately visible, including archival content. Browsing Journal Content
SpringerLink Redesign12 Journal information is clearly visible. Volume and issue number also clearly noted. The Issue Page
SpringerLink Redesign13 Click the “Show Abstract” button to reveal the abstract. The abstract can be reviewed without leaving the search results. Revealing the Abstract
SpringerLink Redesign14 Related Documents The new SpringerLink shows researchers the most closely related documents.
SpringerLink Redesign15 Mousing over Related Documents “Mousing” over a Related Document causes a mini-abstract page to pop up, so researchers can review an item without leaving the original article!
SpringerLink Redesign16 Export Citation tool is easily visible and supports the most popular citation programs Export Citations
SpringerLink Redesign17 References & “Cited By” Article references are easily viewed from the abstract page Links to articles which cite the article being viewed can be found under the “Cited By” button.
SpringerLink Redesign18 “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! Some part of each chapter (and all frontmatter) is accessible even for non-subscribers! eBooks
SpringerLink Redesign19 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
SpringerLink Redesign20 PDF Preview in Full Screen View Enjoy full screen eBook reading experience.
SpringerLink Redesign21 Select “View Details” in the “Look Inside” chapter bar to see References and Related Documents for each chapter. 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.
SpringerLink Redesign22 Related Documents cross all content types on SpringerLink! Related Documents also for eBooks
SpringerLink Redesign23 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 download the PDF. Download from the Mini-Abstract Window
SpringerLink Redesign24 Beth Mayes Beth.Mayes@springer.com Thank you! Any questions?