New Site for SpringerLink

Springer is moving its resources from its current site to a new one, effective November 26.  Once they make the change, our links will be automatically re-directed in most cases.  You can see the new site here

Springer content is also available through Scholars Portal Books and Scholars Portal Journals.  These sites will not be affected by the change.

There may be some issues after the change.  We'll address them as soon as they are identified, so contact if you experience any problems with access.

If you are a regular user of SpringerLink, you may have set up a "My SpringerLink" account for yourself.  THIS ACCOUNT WILL BE LOST WHEN THE MIGRATION OCCURS.  This is what Springer recommends:


My SpringerLink:

Individual accounts from the old SpringerLink will unfortunately not be migrated.

 You will need to go to the new site and set up a new profile/account. Make sure to do this while within the institution’s IP range as you will then be automatically associated to the institution’s access rights, meaning that remote access is set up immediately.