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EBSCO Information Services has launched a feature in its EBSCONET platform that helps library staff activate their e-journals and track the ongoing status of that activation. This feature is said to work in tandem with the licence details feature, which was launched last February.

It lists orders that require action and identifies what actions are required. It also provides details and instructions for completing each action and tracks the overall progress of the registration and activation functions.

The components that make up the order activation and registration feature have been automatically added to existing EBSCONET Administrator accounts, at no charge.

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