Answered By: Kris Alpi Last Updated: Aug 11, 2023 Views: 19
Mount Sinai is just starting our setup of Open Athens and our anticipated go-live date is in December at the end of the academic semester. When it is set up, you will not need to create an Open Athens account – it will have single sign on and you will use your regular Mount Sinai network credentials.
Until we have Open Athens set up, there are several ways for you to get access to articles on publisher sites where you are seeing the login through Open Athens function.
If you are on a Mount Sinai computer, go to the Library Resource Login https://eresources.mssm.edu/login. Once logged in, you can visit publisher websites, PubMed, or the library catalog to search for and retrieve materials.
If you are using a personal workstation or laptop you have the option of installing the Levy Library Resources Bookmarklet (https://libguides.mssm.edu/login/bookmarklet), or LibKey Nomad browser extension (https://libguides.mssm.edu/login/extensions). These extensions allow you to authenticate to resources without visiting the Levy Library website or catalog directly.