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Alternative Access Strategies
Most entries in a GS search come with several different access options, with a link to direct access when available
BASE – Bielefelder Academic Search Engine
One of the world’s most voluminous search engines for academic web resources, provides more than 120 million documents of which about 60% are open access
Free, legal research papers, covers also preprint archives, institutional and subject repositories and researchGate. Additionally it allows you to send a request for any article that isn’t already covered and the OAButton team will try to make it available
Alternate DOI (Digital Object Identifier) resolver that takes you to a free version of the requested article, when available
Covers also preprint archives, institutional and subject repositories and ResearchGate
Preprint server for biology
Tool for academic networking: register for free, create your own profile, share research, ask authors for publications
The uploading of articles which are not published open access may violate the copyright.
For Twitter users, this hashtag attached to a link to the article will alert other users of your need for this article. Someone who has access can send you the article.
If all else fails please order the article from your library.
The link leads to the DRFZ – intranet site.
Here you find the link to the publications.
Access from DRFZ-net only!