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Last Updated: May 03, 2019     Views: 100

The nation wide agreement with Elsevier has been cancelled from June 30 2018. You can read more about the circumstances at the Open Access.se website, see link below. SLU will not be able to access articles published in Elsevier journals with a publication date from July 1 2018 and onwards.

The Library has implemented a service, Get it now, that will deliver recent Elsevier articles directly to staff and students at point of need. You can always reach this service through the Elsevier website and through many other databases. See link below for Elsevier's website (ScienceDirect).

 

Use Get It Now from ScienceDirect

If the article is not available for download, click "Get access" at the top of the article page.

 

 

Click "Get full text @SLU Library" in the pop-up that appears.

 

 

You will now be redirected to Primo. Please click on "Request an Elsevier article".

 

 

A request form will now appear. There you submit your SLU email address (@slu.se or @student.slu.se), agree to the Terms & Conditions and click the "Accept"-button.

 

 

 

The article will be delivered to your inbox within 8 hours (normal delivery time is 2 hours) and to no cost to you as a researcher or student.

Unfortunately the service does not work for articles that have the publishing status "in press". If you come across an article that you cannot access this way, then please send the reference for the article to library@slu.se and we will order the article for you.

 

Use Get It Now from other sources

Articles published by Elsevier are searchable in Primo and you will be redirected to the request form when trying to access articles published after 1st of July 2018. If you are trying to access these articles from other databases, as for example Web of Science or PubMed, you will be redirected to Primo where you can access the link to the request form.

 

Web of Science

 

PubMed

 

From Scopus and Google Scholar you will be redirected to the Elsevier website, ScienceDirect, where you can use the instructions above to find your way to the request form. 

 

Scopus

 

 

Google Scholar