We are pleased to inform you that SpringerLink is moving to a new and much improved platform on November 26, 2012. The new SpringerLink is faster, easier to use and optimized for most mobile devices.
In order to prepare you for this migration we would like to share some information with you.
Redirection and Linking:
Springer will redirect all users to the new SpringerLink upon migration. Meaning that if you try to access any Springer content within your institution you will be redirected to link.springer.com. So whether you find a Springer article on Google, Start Your Research or even using an old Springerlink direct url, you will be redirected to the article on link.springer.com.
Individual accounts from the old SpringerLink will unfortunately not be migrated. You will need to set up a new profile/account when the new site is activated. Make sure to do this by using the link in the Research Databases page as you will then be automatically associated to Texas State University's access rights.