Full Text Linking
- Article headers and references are created as HTML files to allow easy access to data and reference linking between articles
- Google Scholar book referencing is available from HTML footnotes
- DOIs are registered for each article, facilitating full reference linking to the archive content via CrossRef
Open URL functionality which meets KBART guidelines
Metadata can be delivered at no extra cost for non-commercial use by local catalogues, union catalogues and any other library and information system. SGML/XML header data is available for archive titles; this can be delivered to a nominated FTP server as agreed.
Full-text searching throughout the database, and offers the advantages of Boolean searching.
Post Search Options
Citation links to CrossRef, PubMed and Google Scholar.
COUNTER-compliant usage statistics, including the recently released JR1A Archive Report
Members should go to the CJO homepage: www.journals.cambridge.org
IP recognition - For access via IP, an institution should be recognised automatically. In which case a welcome message for their institution will be displayed in the top left hand corner
Athens or Shibboleth - for Athens or Shibboleth authentication, use the same URL as above, then click on the 'log in' link in the top right of the homepage and choose Athens or Institutional log in.
Username/Password access is also available.
Conforms to level Double-A of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0, including all Priority 1 and Priority 2 checkpoints defined in the Guidelines