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SpringerLink

SpringerLink is an integrated full-text database for journals, books, protocols, eReferences, and book series published by Springer. SpringerLink currently offers 2,436 fully peer-reviewed journals and 40,153 books online.

General and detailed information about their journals, books, software and other products is available from the corporate website http://link.springer.com/

SpringerLink offers free access to search, tables of content, abstracts, and alerting services.

You have online access to full-text articles in a journal, eBook, book series or reference work on SpringerLink, for the e-journals and e-books ITC/UT Library has a registered subscription.

SpringerLink is optimized for standardized web browsers including, but not limited to, Firefox, Internet Explorer 8, Google Chrome, and Safari. Please note that non-standards-compliant browsers may display some pages improperly. You may need to upgrade to the most current version of your browser or download one of the standards-compliant browsers listed above.

Registration allows you to benefit as an individual user who is able to use our special personalization features such as RSS feeds, Favorites linking, saved items and free samples.

When to use
If you need to search for scientific articles in certain subject fields you may use SpringerLink (next to Elsevier Science Direct and Web of Science).



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