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Can I control the databases and full text our users see?

Applies to
  • FirstSearch
Answer

You control the databases and full text available to your users in the FirstSearch service as you control other content in your library collection. You decide which databases and full text to make available to your users and at what cost. You decide which journal titles you want to provide through FirstSearch and which you want to provide through other methods.

The following methods are used in FirstSearch to control which databases and full text are available to your users:

  • Your FirstSearch account and Electronic Collections Online journal subscriptions define which databases and full text you can make available to your users and how they are purchased.
  • Your administrative module settings specify which databases and full text included in your account and subscriptions you actually make available to your users.

For more information about controlling databases and full text in FirstSearch, see Manage FirstSearch .

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