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FTP stands for “File Transfer Protocol” and is an internet site where you a network protocol that allows you to transfer computer files from your local sever to an FTP server. It is easy to use and is the most efficient way to send data to EBSCO. We will supply you with FTP login credentials (the host URL, username and password). You can log-in, and then drag and drop your PDFs onto the FTP folder.
These files will be mirrored to EBSCO’s server and our Content Management team will retrieve them for processing.
For instructions on how to use FTP, please refer to the Quick Links section on this page.
FTP delivery is generally preferred, though we can support web downloading if your PDF full text is available online. For information on delivery options, please contact our Publisher Content Management team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Please submit your request through our Publisher Contact Form. For the quickest response, please be sure to include as many details as possible related to the request.
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