[Eril-l] BioOne Partners with Libraries and Publishers to Inform the Coronavirus Crisis, Support for our Library Users

Christine Orr christine at bioone.org
Thu Mar 19 12:51:08 PDT 2020

**With apologies for cross-posting**

Dear Colleagues,

Peer-reviewed research and research libraries continue to be trusted
guides during times of scientific uncertainty. As the world navigates
the COVID-19 pandemic, BioOne is proud to share the wealth of relevant
content from our publishing partners to provide support for those
working on crisis solutions. Visit our coronavirus resource page:
https://bio-one.co/COVID-19 .

In collaboration with the Association of Research Libraries and the
Greater Western Library Alliance, BioOne and our publishers have made
articles related to coronavirus in the following journals available
via open access through 2020:

• Avian Diseases (https://bio-one.co/AvianDiseases) (125 articles)
   Publisher: American Association of Avian Pathologists
• Journal of Wildlife Diseases
(https://bio-one.co/JournalofWildlifeDiseases) (56 articles)
    Publisher: Wildlife Disease Association
• Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine
(https://bio-one.co/JournalofZooandWildlifeMedicine) (34 articles)
    Publisher: American Association of Zoo Veterinarians

Additional relevant articles related to the coronavirus and pandemics
are included on BioOne Complete: https://bio-one.co/pandemics .

Additionally, the Association of Research Libraries has compiled
COVID-19 news and resource pages
(http://www.arl.org/resources/covid-19-resource-updates-pages/) from
their member libraries and parent institutions; these are updated

In order to help our subscribers navigate remote work and study, we
have provided information about remote access and resources to reach

Remote Access
BioOne Complete makes remote access easy, to support your patrons even
when they are away from work or school:

• Update your institution’s IP addresses or submit proxy IP addresses:
contact Library Services at library.services at bioone.org
• Individual users can affiliate their personal account with your
institution’s subscription: https://bio-one.co/RemoteAccess
• Google Scholar can provide off-campus access to BioOne library
subscriptions: https://scholar.google.com/scholar/help.html#access

Resources to Reach Users
If you are interested in reaching your users to share this information
regarding BioOne content, please visit https://bio-one.co/EndUsers. We
have several items available for your use, including user guides,
flyers, and descriptive text.

We encourage you to share this information with any colleagues who may
be interested. If you have any questions about access to BioOne
Complete, please contact Library Services at
library.services at bioone.org.

Thank you,

Christine Orr
Director of Sales and Marketing
christine at bioone.org

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