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Springerlink es un portal central de investigación en las áreas de Ciencia, Tecnología y Medicina, ofreciendo alta calidad en:
Revistas en línea (Online Journals)
Libros electrónicos (eBooks)
Libros electrónicos en serie (eBook Series)
Obras de referencias electrónicas (eReference Works)

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  • hola, me he registrado en springerlink, pero no me permite cambiar el idioma, y tampoco marcar referencias para luego pasarlas a reference manager, alguien me puede ayudar?
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  • Springerlink es un portal central de investigación en las áreas de Ciencia, Tecnología y Medicina, ofreciendo alta calidad en:
    Revistas en línea (Online Journals)
    Libros electrónicos (eBooks)
    Libros electrónicos en serie (eBook Series)
    Obras de referencias electrónicas (eReference Works)
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  • The new SpringerLink interface has been designed based on the results of one of the largest usability studies. Features have been added and revisions done to best match the requests of users world wide. IP authentication and username/password will work on the beta. For best results, use Google Chrome, Firefox, or IE8 browsers.
  • While the color and design of the site is the first thing a researcher might notice, small changes—like placement of the Quick Search box in the same location on every page—make the site easier to use.
  • The advance search box drops down from any page. This has been made much more visible than what it was in the old site.
    We have also added the option to “Search by Citation”. This is a new feature to SpringerLink which allows researchers who already know the article or chapter that they want to input the information directly.
    Researchers can now choose how they would like results to be ordered.
  • 1. Login Box Available From Every Page. No need to return to home page to login. Users can also use the Login via your institution link for Athens and Shibboleth, register or get help with their username and password.
    2. New A-Z List reduces the need for scrolling through long lists.
    3. Easy Access To Admin functions and Librarian Links
  • Clicking on the orange arrow next to the subject collections now expands them to show the sub-fields. This was not possible in the old site and allows the user to browse easily for their specific field of interest. Clicking on the subject collection name takes you directly to that subject collection.
    Institutional branding now appears in the top right corner of every page, except on the actual article/chapter page. Here branding can also be included for societies. Logos can be submitted to springerlink@springer.com (max size 300 x 300)
  • The “search within” option allows the user to search within a specified content type. This has been made clearer and more visible than on the previous platform.
  • Filter by Open Access, this was not possible before.
    Journal History Notes (including title changes, title merges, title splits) are now very visible!
  • 1. Content back to Volume 1 Issue 1 (when available) is immediately visible with minimal scrolling.
  • This is what the new issue page looks like. Journal information always remains visible at the top
    The volume and issue number is clearly visible
  • 1. Click “Show Abstract” To Open an Abstract Within an Issue or Search Results Page
    2. No need to leave search results for more information! Click the “Hide Summary” button to hide the abstract again.
  • 1. 80% of SpringerLink users begin their experience on an abstract page. From the abstract page, a researcher can see which documents are most closely related to the article. This is done through semantic linking. Results are not limited to journal articles, but rather open to all content on SpringerLink. Springer worked with a company called Temis to index all content on the site. For each document, a “digital fingerprint” is created. As new documents are uploaded, their digital fingerprint is compared to all items already on the site. The top ten are displayed.
  • 1. “Mousing” over a related document causes a mini-abstract page to pop-up. Researchers do not need to navigate away from their article to find out more information. Related documents can be downloaded directly from this mini-abstract page!
  • 1. The Export Citation tool is easily visible and supports the most popular citation programs: ProCite, BibTex, EndNote, Reference Manager, PubMed (NLM), RefWorks, BookEnds.
  • 1. Article references are easily viewed from the abstract page
    2. Links to articles which cite the article being viewed can be found under the “Cited By” button. This feature is much more visible on the new SpringerLink. With this functionality, researchers can link to any publication which submits article DOIs to CrossRef.
  • Now let’s talk about eBooks.
    “Look Inside” makes it possible to preview all chapters of an eBook without the need to open a PDF. Even non-subscribers see all frontmatter and a small portion of content for each chapter. No special software is required, so there is nothing for an enduser to download or update. All controls are contained within the site!
    “Look Inside” puts chapter-level PDFs back together putting the book experience back into eBooks.
  • 1. Always know where you are in the eBook. The bar at the top of the content area always shows the chapter title. When scrolling down through the chapters, the chapter title bars will appear between each of the chapters.
  • 1. You can also enlarge the view to the full screen.
  • 1. Select “View Details” in the “Look Inside” chapter bar to see References and Related Documents for each chapter.
  • 1. The related documents feature shows related documents from all content that is on SpringerLink – journal articles, book chapters, reference work entries, etc.
  • 1. 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 of related document or move back to “Look Inside” view.
  • 1. To access administrator functions, click MySpringerLink.
  • 1. Click “Administer” to access administrator functions for your institution.
  • 1. By selecting a mode you can see your memberships, use administrator rights and manage members.
    2. You can also download usage, Create and send membership tokens, update account details, and soon you will be able to create Linkouts and load logos.
    Soon you will be able to create Linkouts and load logos as well.
  • Stats:
    Usage reports required by Release 3 of the COUNTER Code of Practice for Journals, Books, Reference Works and Databases (www.projectcounter.org), ie:
    • Journal Report 1: Number of Successful Full-Text Article Requests by Month and Journal• Journal Report 5: Number of Successful Full-Text Article Requests by Year and Journal
    Release 1:
    • Book Report 2: Number of Successful Section Requests by Month and Title
  • Membership Tokens:
    View and manage membership tokens fr remote users of your institution.
  • Create Membership Tokens:
    You can create individual memberships tokens to give to patrons of your institution for remote access. You also have the ability to enter mutiple email addresses to send tokens to patrons of your institution for off site access.
    Token and membership expiration must be no greater than 18 months from day of creation.
  • Account Details and Registration:
    From the Account Details/Registration area you can update your account details and view your IP addresses
  • Tutorial Springerlink

    1. 1. Guía rápida SpringerLink
    2. 2. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 2 Cuadro de búsqueda básica, se encuentra en cada página del sitio.  Buscando en SpringerLink
    3. 3. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 3  Buscando en SpringerLink | Advanced Search La búsqueda avanzada, se despliega desde cualquier página.  Buscar en esta sección, permite a los investigadores ir directamente al contenido que ya conocen. Los usuarios pueden elegir como ordenar sus resultados. 
    4. 4. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 4 The Home Page Iniciar sesión: al registrarse podrá guardar sus publicaciones frecuentes, artículos, así como sus alertas. Búsqueda alfabética A-Z reduce la necesidad de desplazamiento de la pantalla. Fácil acceso a srpinger.com   
    5. 5. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 5 Colecciones temáticas para Mostrar subtemas y facilitar la navegación.   The Home Page   El nombre de la institución es visible en cada página.
    6. 6. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 6 Search within Content Type Puede buscar dentro de las revistas y los libros electrónicos para facilitar la navegación dentro de contenidos específicos.  
    7. 7. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 7 Características de cada revista Los artículos pueden ser filtrados por “Online First” y “Open Access”. Las notas de cada revista, indican cualquier cambio, fusiones o divisiones de cada título.   
    8. 8. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 8   Todo el contenido está disponible por volúmenes, incluyendo el contenido histórico. Browsing Journal Content
    9. 9. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 9 La información de cada revista es claramente visible. Volumen y número.     Características de cada revista 
    10. 10. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 10 Clic en “Show Abstract” para mostrar el resúmen. El resúmen puede ser revisado sin salir de los resultados de búsqueda.   Abstract  
    11. 11. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 11 Documentos Relacionados Muestra enlaces a documentos relacionados al tema de búsqueda en cada capítulo.  
    12. 12. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 12 Documentos Relacionados  Al pasar el mouse por los documentos relacionados, se despliega un resúmen, los usuarios pueden examinar un tema, sin dejar el artículo original.
    13. 13. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 13 La herramienta de “Export Citation” soporta los programas de citas más populares.  Exportar Citas
    14. 14. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 14 Referencias & “Cited By” Las referencias al artículo son fácilmente visibles. “Cited By” enlaces a artículos que citan al artículo actual.    
    15. 15. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 15 “Look Inside” permite revisar cada capítulo de manera rápida, antes de descargar el PDF. No necesita ningún software especial. Para no- subscriptores, permite acceder a un 10% de cada capítulo.   Look Inside – Pre-visualización de capítulos
    16. 16. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 16 La barra en la parte superior de cada capítulo, muestra el título del libro electrónico.    Viewing Chapters in PDF Preview
    17. 17. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 17 Vista de la pantalla completa Puede ver la pantalla completa del libro para mayor comodidad.  
    18. 18. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 18  Viewing Related Documents and References in PDF Preview Seleccione “View Details” en “Look Inside” para ver las referencias y documentos relacionados de cada capítulo. 
    19. 19. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 19 Referencias cruzadas en todo el contenido de SpringerLink!   Documentos relacionados para Libros electrónicos 
    20. 20. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 20  Puede revisar el resúmen de diferentes documentos relacionados, pasando el mouse sobre el artículo o capítulo en el que se encuentre. En el mini-resumen, puedes descargar el PDF directamente. Descarga del resumen 
    21. 21. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 21 SpringerLink Administrador – My SpringerLink Para acceder a las funciones de administrador, clic en “MySpringerLink”, despues en “Account Details” 
    22. 22. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 22 SpringerLink Administrador – My SpringerLink Clic en “Administer” para ver las funciones y privilegios como administrador de su institución. 
    23. 23. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 23 SpringerLink Administrador – My SpringerLink Descarga de estadísticas.   Puede ver las estadísticas de uso y manejo de usuarios remotos.  
    24. 24. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 24 Estadísticas
    25. 25. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 25 Crear acceso remoto - tokens
    26. 26. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 26 Crear accesos remotos -Tokens
    27. 27. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 27 Account Details
    28. 28. Quick Training Guide - New SpringerLink, August 2010 28 Gracias! Claudia.piacentini@springer.com

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