Re: AtoZ lists and password access Dana Belcher 03 Feb 2006 18:59 UTC
You can enter your login information into Ebsco EJS thru the registration tracker. This way, when your patrons access the title thru EJS, the login information appears on the screen. Once they go to the publishers site, the login remains present at the top of the screen. This works very well for our patrons.
Assistant Library Director
East Central University
1100 E. 14th
Ada, OK 74820
>>> mkraft@CCHSEAST.ORG 02/03/06 12:17PM >>>
Is there a way to submit links to other journals that are not "in" Ebscos
A-Z list? For example if there is a relatively unknown journal available
online that you guys use and is not listed in the titles within Ebsco is
there a way to add it to your A-Z list with a URL that you submit?
If so then do not use Ebsco's preconfigured list for titles like NEJM.
Treat NEJM and the other password journals as if they are the unknown
journal title and submit your own link to the secure page to Ebsco.
I did this with Serials Solutions and all of the Mosby titles and it worked
well in our institution. I have not used Ebsco so I do not know if the same
trick will work with them.
Let me know if you have any questions or somebody has a better idea, I would
love to find out what it is.
Michelle Kraft, MLS, AHIP
South Pointe Hospital
4110 Warrensville Center Rd.
Warrensville Heights, OH 44122
From: SERIALST: Serials in Libraries Discussion Forum
[mailto:SERIALST@LIST.UVM.EDU]On Behalf Of Jones, Bernadette H.
Sent: Friday, February 03, 2006 12:44 PM
Subject: [SERIALST] AtoZ lists and password access
We subscribe to EBSCO's AtoZ, and EbscoHost EJS and we have come up with
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 and
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 no
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