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Options to provide remote access to Elsevier platforms and tools: EDT

Due to the shift in working remotely, Elsevier has put together several different options to access research data. This webinar provides librarians with step-by-step instructions and tips to share with researchers and students on various options including the benefits of each.


Access Methods
•Federated access (SAML-based authentication, Shibboleth, OpenAthens, SSO)
•Email domain confirmation access
•IP address range / VPN
•Proxy
•Registration ID
•CASA - ScienceDirect specific
•Institutional instructions - a message to a user
•Guest - not institutional access, open to all

A word about…
•Access management
•Identity management
•Customer support

If you cannot attend this live webinar, register to get access to the recorded webinar that you can view at your convenience and share with your users.
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    Access Methods
    •Federated access (SAML-based authentication, Shibboleth, OpenAthens, SSO)
    •Email domain confirmation access
    •IP address range / VPN
    •Proxy
    •Registration ID
    •CASA - ScienceDirect specific
    •Institutional instructions - a message to a user
    •Guest - not institutional access, open to all

    A word about…
    •Access management
    •Identity management
    •Customer support

    If you cannot attend this live webinar, register to get access to the recorded webinar that you can view at your convenience and share with your users.
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    Due to the shift in working remotely, Elsevier has put together several different options to access research data. This webinar provides librarians with step-by-step instructions and tips to share with researchers and students on various options including the benefits of each.

    Access Methods
    •Federated access (SAML-based authentication, Shibboleth, OpenAthens, SSO)
    •Email domain confirmation access
    •IP address range / VPN
    •Proxy
    •Registration ID
    •CASA - ScienceDirect specific
    •Institutional instructions - a message to a user
    •Guest - not institutional access, open to all

    A word about…
    •Access management
    •Identity management
    •Customer support

    If you cannot attend the live webinar, register to get access to the recorded webinar to watch at your convenience and share with your users.
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