Are Access sites OpenURL-enabled?

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McGraw Hill Medical on Oct 31, 2016 • 1 answer
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Yes. Access sites are OpenURL-enabled.

Benefits of OpenURL: Now thousands of links to chapters and books from inside AccessMedicine can steer users to full-text institutional collections. Instead of seeing only the abstract in the databases or journals in PubMed, the user can go to the full text or shelf location of journals or books their institution owns.

Setting Up Your Institution’s Access Resources For OpenURL: If you wish to set up OpenURL link resolvers, please email User Services. Please specify that your email pertains to setting up OpenURL link resolvers for your institution’s subscriptions and provide your institution’s baseURL. We will confirm when set up is complete.

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