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    360 Link: Available Target Linking-Syntaxes ("Linkers")

    • Product: 360 Link

    What target linking-syntaxes are currently available for linking to full-text from 360 Link?


    A list of target linking-syntaxes (also known as "linkers") is available as an Excel xls file from the Support team. Use the Support Portal (accessible from the More Sites drop-down menu above) to request the file.
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    The xls is a list of resources to which 360 Link can send OpenURL queries for the purpose of linking to full-text.
    This list is updated on a quarterly basis as we release new linkers and address broken items. The latest version was created August 2, 2016.
    • Note that we have not been able to generate a more recent report due to technical issues with our tool that generates the report.  The "new linkers" sub-set of the report, however, relies on a different reporting tool and continues to be available here.
    All Newsbank databases with linkers that are known to us appear in the spreadsheet.
    Databases that only link with CrossRef lookups are no longer shown on this list. See here for details and access to CrossRef's own list.
    If you cannot find a resource to which you want 360 Link to make an OpenURL query, you can request that we create one.
    If you see a linker on the list but you find it isn't working for your patrons, report a broken linker.



     

    • Date Created: 9-Feb-2014
    • Last Edited Date: 3-Aug-2016
    • Old Article Number: 7220
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