ARTICLE GALAXY RELEASE NOTES
Make the Article Galaxy dashboard your own
We're excited to share as part of this issue of Reprints Desk's release notes that as a customer you now have the ability to make the Article Galaxy dashboard your own. As an administrator, you can now have custom buttons added onto the Article Galaxy dashboard for your users!
Custom dashboard buttons are an account-level setting rather than a user-level setting. Customization can include the text, target URL/web address, and whether the link opens in a new window or not. Each row allows for custom buttons and arrangement of these buttons after any default Reprints Desk buttons that are displayed.
Need some suggestions for how this might work for your organization? No problem. Check out a recent post from The Article Blog for a few suggestions:
To request custom buttons for your instance of Article Galaxy, please contact our implementations team by sending email to email@example.com.
Access to customer support interactions
Get peace of mind knowing your end users are receiving the highest quality support day in and day out. Whether your users already have self-service access via our system or yours, administrators whose organizations have centralized document delivery functions can now opt-in to access all document delivery customer support interactions.
Here’s a recent presentation containing additional information:
Newly signed published for electronic document delivery sourcing
We’ve added to our extensive list of publisher agreements with these notable additions:
- Company of Biologists
- Harvey Whitney Books
- LWW Book Division
- Society for Biomedical Diabetes Research
New token management pilot
Are you using or planning to purchase tokens from Informa as a way to reduce document delivery expenditures? Let us know if you’re interested in joining our expanded pilot that enables customers to make Informa token purchases via Reprints Desk instead of or in addition to accessing them directly via Informa’s website.
BIBLIOGO RELEASE NOTES
Bibliogo (www.bibliogo.com) is the literature alerting, acquisition and management tool for life sciences and engineering information professionals. Here are the latest updates:
- Security. SSL connections are now active for all Bibliogo users on all Bibliogo plans. Previously, SSL was only available for Bibliogo Premium customers.
- User Groups. Admins now have full access to manage Bibliogo User Groups. Each Bibliogo user is assigned to a User Group, and you can create as many User Groups as you need to provide different Bibliogo experiences for different sets of colleagues. User Group preferences allow all Article Tool and Supplementary Resource links to be toggled and customized in many ways. You can also control which components of Bibliogo are visible, set OpenURL targets at the User Group level and more.
- Rights Management. A new setting allows customers to specify a Rights Management Profile for each User Group. Rights Management Profiles allow Bibliogo to present re-use rights to users in the context of opening a full-text journal article in Bibliogo. Common examples are Copyright Clearance Center’s RightSphere, the Copyright Licensing Agency website or a university’s copyright policy website. Customers can create linking formulas to tell Bibliogo how to link into re-use rights websites that support deep linking.
- Full-Text Availability Checks. Whenever a user who belongs to a User Group that has Rights Management profiles configured initiates the full-text ordering process in Bibliogo, an automatic search is triggered to inform the user if the full-text article was previously purchased within their workgroup and is available in Bibliogo. This doesn’t prevent users from ordering the article again since they may need to pay for another royalty due to their intended use, but it does provide users with a path to quickly view their re-use rights and then choose whether or not they need to purchase another royalty.
- Email Newsletters. Bibliogo users can now email multiple citations to multiple users with or without an opening comment, abstracts, user comments, a custom linkout and styled citations. There’s also an option to automatically add the current bibliography membership to the email distribution list.
- Alerts. Most recent citation titles are now listed in the daily bibliography and feed email alerts to allow users to scan for new content of interest on the fly.
- Automatic Referencing. Bibliogo now employs multiple strategies, including CrossRef metadata lookups, to enhance incomplete citations. This provides improved interoperability with external applications and a better, more consistent user-experience.
- Bookmarklet. The Bibliogo bookmarklet now works on PubMed abstract pages as well as results pages.
Finally, if you haven't had a chance to check out previous release notes and integrations, then please visit our online knowledgebase. From here, scroll down to the Release Notes or Integrations section and you can review other release notes to learn about enhancements (eg cut-and-paste order form, current awareness alerting with Bibliogo, etc.) that are now available to you and your organization.
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