[Eril-l] Better connectivity to articles in PMC?
lwobbe at stmarys-ca.edu
Sun Feb 7 14:21:47 PST 2016
Thanks for bringing up this topic!
So many individual articles are being designated open access - and we have
no ability to connect our users to them through our A-Z lists or Open URL!
A faculty member asked me recently why an individual article in a Royal
Society of Chemistry journal that he can access through Google Scholar
isn't "not available" when he uses 360 Link. It turns out the article is
Gold open access.
I've looked at a new product called OAFinder
<http://www.1science.com/oafindr> from 1science. I think this is exactly
the problem they are trying to provide the solution for. But.. I'm not
sure if we can incorporate this product into our discovery service or
If anyone knows of other solutions, please reply to the list!
On Tue, Jan 26, 2016 at 8:02 AM, Angela Galvan <galvan at geneseo.edu> wrote:
> Collective Wisdom,
> Not all journals in PMC are indexed in the Serials/Workflow Solutions PMC
> database. I'm trying to find a way beyond creating a number of resource
> notes on individual journals to address the problem. Example:
> We have Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, with an 18 month
> embargo. However, a number of authors deposited post-acceptance copies of
> articles into PMC. Is there a way I can get our resolver to recognize this
> article is available in PMC without having the user begin another search?
> It doesn't happen often, but when it does the user becomes very aware of
> the 'seams' between library systems and I'm trying to avoid this. Am I
> tilting at windmills?
> Off-list answers are fine, thanks for your help.
> Angela Galvan
> Digital Resources and Systems Librarian
> SUNY Geneseo
> galvan at geneseo.edu
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