Since the launch in 1996, SpringerLink has become one the world’s largest provider of online STM information, in one part because new and quality information is added to the data base on a daily basis: journals of societies, reference books, conference proceedings, monographs, protocols, and a lot others. The contents are completed with links of references, search results, web 2.0 bookmarks and lately with semantic links.

Since the launch in 1996, SpringerLink has become one the world’s largest provider of online STM information, in one part because new and quality information is added to the data base on a daily basis: journals of societies, reference books, conference proceedings, monographs, protocols, and a lot others. The contents are completed with links of references, search results, web 2.0 bookmarks and lately with semantic links.

PDF Preview

The new PDF Preview function allows readers to look inside eBook chapters to be certain that the content includes the answers that they seek. Subscribers will have an instant overview of the entire eBook that allows them to scroll and browse within different chapters and immediately download them. This new feature helps users “Look Inside” all Springer eBook content, and take the uncertainty out of the download process.

Semantic Linking

A new software-driven, semantic analysis of electronic documents offers SpringerLink users a separate list of additional documents matching their initial search request.

The Related Documents function presents the user with additional SpringerLink content that is relevant to their search and offers convenient access to these documents. Related Documents returns 10 additional documents with content that is most similar to the source document, using a new digital fingerprinting process that analyzes journal articles and book chapters on a content level.

Online First™

The Online First™ feature allows access to peer-reviewed articles prior to print publication. Article text is searchable and citable by Digital Object Identifiers (DOI).

Open Choice

SpringerLink is tightly integrated with Open Choice, which allows authors to choose his or her method of publication through an open access option, and make his or her articles available free to anyone, anywhere in the world.

Alerting Services

SpringerAlerts, a free, convenient and customizable alert service, lets readers choose publication alerts based on their author, subject, keyword or publication criteria. You can customize your Springer Alerts to deliver exactly the information you need.

Flexible User Access

User access can be enabled via IP identification, user name and password, or through the popular Athens and Sibboleth authentication structures.

SpringerLink offers access to:

EJournals

Springer’s eJournal collection includes more than 1900 peer-reviewed journals, most with complete back issues from 1997. Springer’s Online Journal Archive makes issues available from Volume 1, Issue 1. There are numerous highly-rated ISI journals, a growing roster of society journals and newly acquired journals.

Online Archives

Springer’s Online Archives Collection includes both eJournal and eBook series. The Online Journal Archive allows complete electronic access to all English language scientific journal articles published prior to 1997, from Volume 1, Issue 1 to the present. Researchers can electronically access knowledge published in a subject, in some cases dating over 100 years.

Questions referring to books and book series in a search cannot be accessed as our present licence contains only journals.

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