Moving to Aalto-Primo will also change the linking of electronic resources. The old linking (sfx@Aalto) still works, but the availability information is no longer updated on the old system. At the bottom of the page, you'll find instructions on how to enable new library links (ViewIt@Aalto).
Google Scholar is Google's search engine specialised in searching for scholarly information.
When you are using Google Scholar within the protected Aalto University network, the search results include direct links to electronic full text articles, provided that they are licensed by the Aalto University Learning Centre. The direct links are automatically displayed after the title like this: ViewIt@Aalto.
If the ViewIt@Aalto link does not display to the right of the item, use the >> “More” link under the item.
When you click the link a window opens that tells you more about the availability of the particular reference.
There are the following ways to access the protected Aalto University network with your Aalto credentials:
If you're using Google Scholar outside Aalto University network, in order to make the resource links appear like shown above you have 2 options:
1) Use Google Scholar via Learning Centre proxy server
This link can also be found from the menu of the proxy server: http://libproxy.aalto.fi/menu
When doing like this, the traffic between Scholar and your computer is directed through the proxy and you'll be asked your Aalto credentials in the beginning.
2) Set your browser to show library links
Every now and then Google Scholar makes mistakes with ViewIt@Aalto availability information. We kindly ask you to contact us using the above email if you notice inconsistancies with the links shown by Scholar, so we can then try to fix them.
All workstation computers of the university that you log on with your Aalto credentials are connected to the Aalto University network by default. In addition, the wireless aalto network is connected to it. However, the unencrypted aalto open is not.
Further information about the wireless connections of the university: