Springer journals and ebooks are moving to a redesigned Web platform on Monday, November 26, 2012. The migration is scheduled to occur between 4:00 am and noon EST. While no service interruptions are expected, the change is significant in these ways:
Redirection and Linking:
You should be automatically redirected to the new platform regardless of your starting point: Husky Fetch services, Google, indexing databases, our Voyager catalog or old Springerlink connections.
Individual accounts from the old SpringerLink will unfortunately not be migrated. Please go to link.springer.com and set up a new profile/account. Be sure to do this while connected to an on-campus computer so that your account is associated with the library’s Springer-licensed books and journals.
The librarians are pleased to assist you in this transition and to make the most of the Springer publications. Contact us for assistance
Springer is offering instructional webinars sessions during the coming months to aid you taking full advantage of features available. You may register for these webinars here: Springer training page.