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Afficher vos documents dans Google Scholar

Affichez vos titres de journaux de la base de connaissances dans Google Scholar en configurant les paramètres de Google Scholar.

Comment configurer les paramètres de Google Scholar

Champ d'application : collections de la base de connaissances.

Les ressources des bibliothèques peuvent gagner en visibilité grâce à l'affichage des localisations dans les résultats de recherche de Google Scholar. Pour obtenir plus d'informations sur les liens des bibliothèques dans Google Scholar, consultez la section Google Scholar, Assistance pour les bibliothèques.

Cela est possible pour les collections de la base de connaissances dans Gestion des collections WorldShare grâce au résolveur de liens OpenURL d'OCLC (inclus dans Gestion des licences WorldShare, Services de gestion WorldShare et WorldCat Local).

Remarque : Si vous utilisez des collections de la base de connaissances dans Gestion des collections après avoir utilisé un autre produit pour créer les liens Google Scholar, contactez votre ancien fournisseur pour leur demander de supprimer votre inscription et vos notices Google Scholar. Lorsque votre ancien fournisseur aura fait les changements nécessaires, le processus automatique de mise à jour de Google Scholar appliquera les modifications sous deux semaines, minimum.

1. Enable Google Scholar

  • Navigate to Settings > Proxy and Authentication > Google Scholar. Select Yes for Enable Google Scholar.

2. Renseignez et vérifiez les informations des zones suivantes.

  • Library Display Name: This is the display name users will see when they search for their library in the Google Scholar library links settings. The information comes from WorldCat registry settings in OCLC Service Configuration. If you wish to change the library display name, see the instructions below.
     
    Edit your information in the registry

    Collection Manager uses information your institution's WorldCat registry profile. You can quickly review your institution's information by visiting the WorldCat registry website.

    To edit your information in the WorldCat registry:

    1. Déconnectez-vous du service Gestion des collections de WorldShare.
    2. Sign in to OCLC Service Configuration. Navigate to the WorldCat registry module and select Identifiers. Update your information and save your changes. Sign out.
    3. Connectez-vous au service Gestion des collections de WorldShare.
    4. Accédez à Paramètres > Symbole OCLC, cliquez sur le bouton Rafraîchir les données de WorldCat Registry, prévisualisez les modifications, puis cliquez surAccepter les modifications. Cliquez sur Enregistrer.
  • Mots clés : Vous pouvez saisir jusqu'à cinq mots clés délimités par un espace autres que le nom de la bibliothèque (« bibliothèque » est implicite, inutile de l'ajouter) afin d'aider les utilisateurs finaux à trouver leur bibliothèque dans les paramètres des liens de la bibliothèque dans Google Scholar. L'ajout de mots clés est facultatif, mais fortement recommandé si le nom affiché pour votre bibliothèque n'est pas le nom sous lequel les utilisateurs connaissent votre bibliothèque.
  • Contact Name & Contact Email: We require these for technical support purposes only and they are not made publicly available.

  • Full Text link Label & Print Link Label: These fields allow you to choose what text labels will display in the Google Scholar results to access your institution's link to full-text and print option. Some libraries choose to have different text for electronic and print items, but you can enter the same text for each.

  • OpenURL Base URL: Enter the URL of the resolver that points to your library's WorldCat knowledge base. Your institution's base URL should take the form of http://yourlibrary.on.worldcat.org/atoztitles/link. Simply add /link to the end of your A to Z journal list URL. To find your base URL, sign in to OCLC Service Configuration. If your base URL has the form of http://yourlibrary.worldcat.org/openurlresolver, you are using the previous version of OCLC's link resolver (1.0) and should migrate to version 2.1. See OCLC link resolver for more details.

    Note: The knowledge base can only export holdings to Google Scholar when the knowledge base is the source for your library's OpenURL resolver. If your library wants Google Scholar to point to a non-OCLC OpenURL resolver, then the Google Scholar harvesting will be done from that service's site.

  • OpenURL Options: You can choose which types of OpenURL requests you will accept and must choose at least one. The types enabled determine what items end users will be able to access. For example, choosing only DOI will result in requests including only a DOI. So, if an item does not have a DOI associated with it in the knowledge base, and end user will not get a link to that item. Enabling all will provide the most possible links. All options are supported by the OCLC link resolver and users are encouraged to use them all.

  • IP Required: This setting determines when and who sees a link to your items depending on where they are located. The default setting is "No," which we recommend. Selecting "Yes" means that only users who are using Google Scholar from a computer within the IP ranges you set will see a link to your items and be able to select your library in the Google Scholar library links settings.

  • IP Address(es): This field sets the IP ranges associated with your institution. Google Scholar uses these IP ranges to automatically show links for patrons who are accessing Google Scholar from within these ranges. You can add ranges by clicking the (+) to the right of the field. Be sure to enter the start and end of the IP ranges represented by a dash between them. If you do not set this value, users must manually select your library from Google Scholar library link settings in order for links to your resources to appear in results lists.

3. Save

  • Once you have completed these fields, click Save. Links will appear within 1 - 2 weeks after configuration depending on Google Scholar's harvesting schedule.

4. (Optional) Edit the default setting per collection

Once you have enabled Google Scholar across all of your collections in Settings > Proxy and Authentication > Google Scholar, default settings will be active within each collection's settings. By default, full-text and print collections will be enabled for Google Scholar (the interface will say "Use institution setting").

Edit the default settings in individual knowledge base collections as needed:

  1. Cherchez la collection concernée et ouvrez-la.
  2. Expand Holdings and MARC Records.
  3. Edit the Export to Google Scholar setting.
  4. Click Save.

Remove links from Google Scholar

To remove links sent from knowledge base collections in WorldShare Collection Manager:

  • Disable the setting for a collection in the collection-level settings, or
  • Disable the institution setting to remove links from all of your collections

It can take up to 3 months for Google to remove your links.