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

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.

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•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

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•Access management
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•Customer support

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