New easier access to full-text articles provided by the library.

Check out the library's new URL link resolver, which allows you to click directly on links to available full text of journal articles from databases like Scopus or CAB Abstracts. The icon has been rebranded to say "Check for full text" as seen here: http://bit.ly/A2FVOg . This service enables David Lubin Memorial Library(DLML) to deliver easy access to full text in any number of locations. It is a friendly and intuitive interface with language options and provides custom links to ILL forms, web resources and direct export to citation management tools as well as 1-click to article service that bypasses the results screen. The new link resolver and E-Journal Portal on the library's homepage make it easier and more efficient for FAO staff in HQ and in the Field offices to find full-text articles in the DLML collection.

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