Springer Journal and Ebook content will be migrating to a new Springer platform effective Monday, November 26. Springer will redirect all users to the new SpringerLink site at this time. The new SpringerLink is faster, easier to use and optimized for most mobile devices.
Please note: Users’ individual personalized accounts created on the old SpringerLink platform will not be migrated to the new platform. Users wanting to save searches and alerts will need to create a new account when the new platform is made available. The old platform will be linked from the new platform and accessible through the end of 2012, in case you need to retrieve information or settings from your old account.
Remote access to the new Springer Platform will be provided via regular campus remote authentication methods.
Springer Protocol content will continue to be available from the Springer Protocols platform as well as from the new Springerlink platform.
For more information about the new Springerlink platform, please see http://www.springer.com/librarians/e-content/springerlink?SGWID=0-1721713-0-0-0