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De Gruyter’s integrated platform De Gruyter Online brings title research and electronic content together in one place. The platform facilitates detailed searches and simplifies access to electronic content. It also offers a number of helpful features for users, including:

  • Display of electronic content in full text searchable pdf format
  • eTOC Alerts
  • Citation Alerts
  • Saved Search Alerts
  • Ahead of Print Alerts
  • Save to bookshelf functionality
  • Recommendation function to inform fellow researchers and libraries
  • Users benefit from enhanced content in comparison to the print version such as additional audio, video, graphics and other data material
  • Users can easily download all relevant bibliographic data to the citation manager in their user account area
  • An extensive navigation functionality searching across the whole the platform, the subject categories and also within the single journal makes content easy to find
  • Listings of the most downloaded articles from your journal
  • Lists of recommended related articles
  • Authors are informed immediately whenever their article is published online and are given access to their personal copy free of charge, watermarked as “Author’s Copy”
  • Authors can send out a selection of further e-prints to colleagues
  • Permanent active linking using OpenURL and CrossRef-DOI (“Reference Linking”) as well as constant up-to-date links to all articles citing the article currently being accessed (“Forward Linking”). Not only do we provide article-level DOIs as is common practice, we also provide title-level DOIs, thus guaranteeing stable links even if a society decides to change the publishing partner
  • “OpenURL compatible” content, which helps to provide one more access route to your publication. This is an important prerequisite for the so-called “link resolvers”, services used by libraries to provide an easy route to the multitude of different electronic resources they subscribe to.
  • Content hosted on our platform is compliant with search engines and federated search applications specifically used by academic libraries