Link-New products and New developments
LINK is a scientific information semice in the Internet by the international publishing group Springer-Verlag. It delivers the content of currently more than 480 journals directly to the workplace of scientists, librarians, and information brokers. The content in LINK comprises journals, books, book series and expert systems. As an open system LINK offers free access to the table of contents and abstracts of all publications. The full text articles can be accessed by LINK subscribers. Several alerting services keep users informed of new publications and other news according'to their personal choice. Every month more than 30 million pages are accessed by well over 50.000 registered users worldwide and the number continues to rise. The content in LINK is steadily increasing. Book series such as Lecture Notes in Computer Science and Landolt-Bcprnstein make LINK even more attractive to our users. Landdlt-Ecprnstein is the largest and most prestigious chemistry, physics, and technology data collection and will completely be available in LINK until the end of 2001: <http://www.landolt-boernstein.com> One feature in LINK is "Online First" - articles which are published within 1 month after acceptance, long before publication in the print edition of the journal. Furthermore features like Reference Linking, the search, the user guide, and a lot more form part of the LINK service package. Springer-Verlag cooperates with abstracting & indexing services as well as with agencies. Users and librarians are welcome to access the content via these databases. For more information and a product presentation please visit our booth at the 10th Panhellenic Academic Libraries' Conference.