ASME Librarian Service Center
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Benefits and Service
Access full text HTML and PDF articles, from every recognized device, 24 hours a day
The latest articles published on-line up to two months ahead of print publication
Get the latest news and research immediately by signing-up to Table of Contents e-alerts, delivered to your inbox
Valuable services that enable users to download key information, organize references, save images and tables in the user accounts
Article references link to the full abstracting services including: Goldfire, Crossref, SCOPUS, Ebsco A-Z
One administration account
Accessible for all institution types in every geological region
COUNTER-compliant usage reports
Accessible customer services
Tools to promote subscriptions within your institution are available. For more information, please email GiordanoS@asme.org
Technology integrating your institution name on to every content page informing users that full text access is a provided service from your institution, based on the information provided in your administration account.
Site license access to any ASME Digital Collection Content can be purchased on an annual basis. A current site license provides online access and post-cancellation, rights to all materials published during your site license supply period (usually 12 months)
Post-cancellation rights apply to all purchased content. This does not include any additional content you were granted access to.
For online access to ASME Journals or Conference Proceedings archive content
There are two ASME archive packages. The Journal Archive and the Conference Proceedings Archive. The Journal Archive includes the content published between 1960-1999 and the Conference Proceedings Archive covers content published between 2000-2007. They are both available as a one-time purchase or an annual subscription. For more information and pricing on these two options, please email email@example.com.
For all other pricing, please visit the following areas:
https://www.asme.org/shop/journals for Journals
https://www.asme.org/shop/books - for Ebooks
https://www.asme.org/shop/proceedings for Conference Proceedings
Institutions can request a 30 day free on-line trial of the ASME Digital Collection. Free trials provide on-line access via IP authentication and usage statistics will be provided and the end of the trial. To request a free trial, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Free trials are not available to individuals. Please ask the Librarian or Information Manager at your institution to arrange a trial on your behalf. Promotional tools to inform users of trial access are available from the librarian service center.
Interlibrary Loan (ILL)
Interlibrary Loan is permitted to print format (but not electronically). Single copies of individual articles may be reproduced for distribution without charge to individual libraries of not-for-profit, non-commercial organizations in accordance with fair usage guidelines. Author reprints, commercial reprints and single issue sales in print may be purchased in lieu of ILL. For further information, please see reprints and permissions.
Use of Licensed Material
Academic institutions – teaching staff may reproduce individual articles from licensed material for distribution to students accredited to the Licensee.
Corporate and government institutions – authorized users may print and/or download individual articles and other individual items from searches of the licensed content for research and regulatory purposes in the furtherance of the Licensee’s business.
ASME’s post-cancellation policy ensures institutional customers can retain access to all licensed material upon cancellation of the license agreement. It is applicable to all institutional customers with a signed license agreement. Access is subject to payment of an annual access fee.
The access fee supports the costs of hosting content and related customer service. Access fees do not apply to customers with a current license to the relevant publications.
ASME’s license agreement is a legal document protecting the rights of our customers and ASME. Every customer is required to sign a license agreement at the start of their license. Addendums may be used to add additional publications to an agreement or to extend the license period, or when policy changes are required.
ASME’s license agreement includes terms requested by libraries from the academic, corporate and government sectors. Agreements have been developed to protect the rights of our customers and to grant rights to use content in ways specific to an electronic resource and closest to traditional print usage.
The license agreement outlines the contract details, including:
- Licensed material – the publications licensed by the customer
- License details – the identified Institutional Administrator and targeted IP range
- Supply period – the start and end dates of the site license access period
- License fee – the total price for access to all licensed material for the supply period
- Terms – the interpretation of the agreement, including usage rights and restrictions, terms and warranties and customer service
The Agreement must be signed by both parties
Current License Agreement can be found: https://www.asme.org/shop/journals/subscriptions
ASME works with consortia of various types and sizes and welcomes discussion with all consortium managers.
A consortium should consist of at least five member institutions, with a single point of contact for negotiations. The consortium should sign one license agreement and pay through one invoice.
Each institution within the consortium will need to allocate an account administrator who is responsible for setting up the institution’s account and will receive any service communications. COUNTER-compliant usage statistics are provided for each institution. ASME now offers a consortia report based on COUNTER 3-compliant data.
If you have specific questions, please contact email@example.com.
Institutional customers have the option to purchase individual articles, referred to as “pay-per-view” to provide access to content not included in a site license. Full-text articles can be accessed on http://www.asmedigitalcollection.asme.org for seven days after purchase.
To purchase an article, simply click on the full-text or PDF version of the article. If you do not have a site license to that subscription or publication year, you will be presented with the option to purchase the article at the bottom of the page. Please note: you will need to register as a user of asme.org.
For customer support with your article purchase, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Author reprints, commercial reprints and single issue sales are also available in print only. For further information, please see reprints and permissions.
Using the institutional Administrator account, you can view many aspects of the settings through the Institutional Admin Dashboard, including:
- IP Addresses
- Open URL settings
- Account number and contact information
- COUNTER Reports
- Holdings and subscription dates
If you are set-up with an Admin account, you should have a username/password to access your account. If you attempt to log-in and do not see the Institutional Admin Dashboard, you do not have an account or you are using the incorrect log-in credentials. Please contact GiordanoS@asme.org for assistance with this. If you do not remember your password, it can be reset
Please note: Librarians cannot change anything on their account (IPs, Admin affiliation, etc.) This information needs to be emailed to the above email.
COUNTER Report data is updated with prior month's data by the 5th business day each month. When the month's data is available, it will be visible in the date range drop down menus. When using Excel 2013, click on the "Enable Editing" button in the yellow ribbon labeled Protected View in order to populate the number of monthly full-text downloads. Below are the reports that are available:
If you have an Institutional Logo that you want to appear on your Page, you can send it to the above email. Please send it in jpeg format and it cannot be larger than 300x100.
K-bart and MARC Records
The below information can be found at http://www.asmepress.org/librarydata.html
For Journal Content by year and up-to-date Kbart files, you can also email GiordanoS@asme.org for assistance.
ASME Digital Collection Contacts:
Digital Collection Sales:
Manager, Third Party Sales
Digital Collection Sales Representative
Jessica Darczuk (The Americas) Email: DarczukJ@asme.org Phone: 973-244-2333
Paul Hiatt (Europe/Middle East/Africa) Email: HiattP@asme.org Phone: 973-244-2252
Hugh Shiebler (Asia/India) Email: ShieblerH@asme.org Phone: 973-244-2305
Digital Collection Support:
Digital Collections Support Administrator
Digital Collection Sales and Support Mailing Address:
150 Clove Road
Little Falls, NJ 07424
Journals Submit a Paper – Follow this link to the ASME Journals Digital Submissions Site https://journaltool.asme.org/home/index.cfm
Book Proposal Guidelines – If you are interested in publishing with ASME Press, you are welcome to submit a prospectus for consideration. https://www.asme.org/shop/books/book-proposals
Conference Proceedings Author Guidelines – The author instructions contain general information, requirements, guidelines, applicable tools, and necessary forms to assist in writing, formatting, and submitting a technical paper for ASME conference publication. https://www.asme.org/shop/proceedings/conference-publications/author-guidelines