Caroline H. Bledsoe
Women and marriage in Kpelle society.
This will go to whatever link resolver you are using
But if you download the COinS extension for Firefox and configure it for Hopkins you'll see the Find IT button below this citation. Click on the button and you'll get a FIND IT menu that has a link that searches the JH Libraries catalog for the title.
How cool is that?!
OK, if you missed the point, this means that anyone can put a COinS enabled URL in any web page (blog, wiki, etc) and people who have the COinS extension configured properly can get their own link resolving button on that page.
Here's what you need to know:
Go to this link for info about getting the COinS extension for your Firefox browser: http://www.oclc.org/productworks/coins.htm
Use these settings you'll need to configure your extension to work with the JH linkresolver
- Link server base URL is http://sfx.library.jhu.edu:8000/jhu_sfx
- OpenURL version 0.1
- Image location is http://sfx.library.jhu.edu:8000/jhu_sfx/sfx.gif
OCLC has now added COinS capability to Google Scholar and to their "Find in a library" service in regular Google. According to OCLC
COinS has already been implemented in various online resources including Wikipedia's Book Sources Page, Citebase, HubMed, and the British Library's ZETOC service."