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Is Brill Scholarly Editions OpenURL-compliant?
No. Brill Scholarly Editions does not yet support OpenURL.
Does Brill Scholarly Editions make use of DOIs?
Yes. A digital object identifier (DOI) is available for every publication on Brill Scholarly Editions, and for every separate version within an edition.
DOIs are included in the bibliographical data on the information cards in the text group and work pages in the library, and in the Cite this widget in the viewer.
Does Brill Scholarly Editions provide MARC records for subscribing institutions?
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Can I use the website on mobile devices?
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Does Brill Scholarly Editions provide user statistics reports?
Yes. Usage of Brill Scholarly Editions is registered.
As of 1 July 2021, Brill has implemented a new access management system for its Scholarly Editions platform, called LibLynx (login here). Usage data from Liblynx is available in Counter 5 format for all data collected since July 2021. If you have any questions about how to access your Liblynx administrative account, please contact our Sales team.
COUNTER Usage reports for resources available on Scholarly Editions but previously published on Brill’s Reference Works platform will remain available via Brill Subscriber Services until 31 December 2021. All data tracked prior to 1 July 2021 is exclusively listed at Brill Subscriber Services in both BR1 and DB1 reports. This concerns the following resources:
- Classic Arabic Texts Online
- The Context of Scripture Online
- Dead Sea Scrolls Electronic Library Biblical Texts
- Dead Sea Scrolls Electronic Library Non-Biblical Texts
- Flavius Josephus Online
- Gregorii Nysseni Opera Online
- Jacoby Online
- Lexicon Gregorianum Online
- Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum Online
More information about library admin portals and accessing Brill’s online resources can be found on this page. For questions, contact our Sales team.
What access methods does Brill Scholarly Editions support?
Access to Brill Scholarly Editions can be secured in the following ways:
- username and password
- IP authentication
- SAML (Shibboleth and OpenAthens)
Please see this page for more information.
Brill Scholarly Editions supports EZProxy.
The URLs required by EZProxy take the form
https://scholarlyeditions.brill.com/PRODUCTACRONYM. For example,
https://scholarlyeditions.brill.com/cato for Classic Arabic Texts Online.
Managing IP addresses
Brill Scholarly Editions supports IP address authentication. Updating your institution's IP addresses is done by our Sales Support team. Please see this page for more information.
Does Brill Scholarly Editions support SUSHI?
Yes. COUNTER reports registering usage of Brill Scholarly Editions can be exported in XML format. Librarians can import these files into their own SUSHI application.
Please see this page for more information in the context of COUNTER5.
Please see this page for more information in the context of COUNTER4.
Does the website meet global accessibility standards?
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Which content can Google, and other search engines, access on Brill Scholarly Editions?
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Which discovery services contain metadata from Brill Scholarly Editions?
Metadata from Brill Scholarly Editions is provided to the following discovery services:
- EBSCO Discovery Service
- OCLC WorldCat
- Ex Libris ALMA
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