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AIP Introduces Library Branding

:: From a message sent by Christine Orr of AIP, which appeared on various listservs:

The American Institute of Physics is pleased to announce that beginning this week, all AIP journal abstract pages will carry a message informing users that their access is provided via their library’s subscription. Once a user is IP-authenticated, each abstract view will display a small banner stating, “Your access to J. Appl. Physics [e.g.] is provided by the subscription of [institution].”

We hope that this message helps to better inform your patrons about the services you provide, and to dispel the notion that online information is without cost.

The displayed name of the subscribing institution is taken from each institution’s subscriber records. If you feel your institution’s name is not displayed properly, simply follow the Library Welcome Message help icon on any abstracts page. This will enable you to email us, and we can change how your institution's name is displayed in these branding messages.

If you have any questions regarding this service, please contact me
directly.

Kind regards,

Christine Orr
Marketing Manager
American Institute of Physics
Melville NY, USA
Tel: +1 516-576-2484
http://librarians.aip.org
corr AT aip DOT org

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