We created a note with a link to a web page with all of our
The note is added for each of the titles that requires the use of a
The Web page with the password list is located on our institution's
intranet which requires authenticated login.
It works well for us.
Virginia A. Lingle, M.S.L.S., AHIP
Librarian - Cataloging and Serials
George T. Harrell Library - H127
Penn State University College of Medicine
Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
500 University Drive
Hershey, PA 17033
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>>> bjones@SMCVT.EDU 02/03/06 12:43 PM >>>
We subscribe to EBSCO's AtoZ, and EbscoHost EJS and we have come up
a dilemma. As an example, we access our online subscription to New
England Journal of Medicine with a password. From our online catalog,
we redirect patrons to a secure web page which contains the password
a link to the journal. However, if a patron accesses this journal
through our AtoZ list, they get routed through EbscoHost EJS to the
publisher's site, but are denied access without a password. There is
way for them to know where this password resides. I hope I've managed
to explain this clearly. Does anyone have a solution to this?
Saint Michael's College Library
Colchester, VT 05439