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CONNECT is a free Identity Management service that is designed to achieve a more interconnected and productive scholarly ecosystem that offers a simple, unified approach to personal and institutional access, on and off campus.
Sign up to CONNECT
CONNECT allows you to create a single account and profile to gain access to and move seamlessly between multiple scholarly publishing websites and applications for researchers.
Data processing
All data collected and processed by CONNECT are used exclusively for authenticating you to the participating scholarly publishing websites and applications you have authorized to access your profile.
What's New
Get notifications about the latest CONNECT updates.
Personalize your experience by managing your personal information and privacy settings.
Edit your personal information
Edit your account settings and permissions
Review and adjust your privacy settings.
Delete your account
Your profile and data will be preserved for 30 days after deletion of your account, in case you want to return. You may recover your deleted account by trying to log in to it within this period.
Manage the identities that you use to sign in to CONNECT, change your password, and see the devices used to access your account.
View and edit your sign in details
CONNECT allows you to sign in to your account using your ORCID, Google, Apple, Microsoft and Twitter identities as well as your email accounts.
Manage your password
CONNECT accounts are set up to use static passwords by default, but you also have the option to use one-time passwords (OTP) instead.
Manage your Passkeys
CONNECT accounts support passkeys as sign-in and authentication option.
Check your recent activity
The Recent activity page shows all actions performed by your account, such as when you logged in, changes to your sign in options, devices that were used, etc.
See and manage your devices
This list allows you to see all devices you have used to access your account, along with their operating system, web browser, and IP address. You can revoke access to specific devices or all, except for the one currently in use.
Verify your institutional memberships in CONNECT and enjoy content access on all publishing websites that you have joined.
Add an institutional membership using your email
Associations of institutional memberships through email and their renewals are valid for 90 days.
Add an institutional membership by logging in to the institution
Associations or renewals of institutional memberships established by logging in to the institution website are valid for 90 days.
Renew an institutional membership
Renew the association of your institutional membership to continue enjoying the benefits it provides.
Remove an institutional membership
Institutional memberships are deleted automatically a few days after their expiration but you can also delete them manually in case you have reached the limit of 10 associations.
About institutional access
Access content on publishing websites through your institutional memberships.
CONNECT allows you to create a single account to access multiple scholarly publishing websites and applications for researchers. Move seamlessly between all sites and applications without having to create and maintain multiple accounts.
This document contains technical information for publishers and integrators about OpenID Connect (OIDC) protocol.
Overview of CONNECT
CONNECT is an Identity Management as a Service (IDaaS) platform created and managed by Wiley Partner Solutions that enables publishers to securely sign in users to their applications, using the OpenID Connect (OIDC) protocol.
Overview of OpenID CONNECT
The OpenID Connect (OIDC) protocol is an extension of OAuth 2.0 for use as an authentication protocol.
Client Application Configuration
A client application represents an application (typically a web application) of a publisher that provides services to authenticated users. Each application always belongs to one CONNECT tenant (customer). Each customer can have multiple applications.
Metadata Document
The OpenID Connect service is a metadata document that contains most of the information required for a client application to perform the authorization flow. This includes information such as the URLs to use and the location of the service's public signing keys.
The Authorization Request
When a web application needs to authenticate a user, it must direct the browser to the URL of the authorization_endpoint, specified in the application metadata. This request is also referred to as the authorization request.
The id_token
The id_token can be provided either in JSON format or as a signed JWT (configurable on the CONNECT side according to the client application requirements) and includes basic user profile data that allows the authentication of a user on the client application.
Automatic Login
The user authentication status on CONNECT can be checked by an application by issuing a "silent" authorization request.
Retrieving User Data
Some applications not only need to sign the user in, but also access a web service on behalf of that user using OAuth. An example of this is a service that provides additional user data than those included in the id_token.
Scopes
Logout
Back Channels APIs
This document contains information about CONNECT that may be useful for librarians.
How can I verify if I have Institutional Administrator permissions?
How can I request for Institutional Administrator permissions?
Institutional administrator permissions are managed by the publishers directly.
How can I access Institutional Usage Reports?
Access to institutional usage reports is managed separately for each publisher and requires institutional administrator permissions for your profile.
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CONNECT 24.3.0
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CONNECT 24.1.0
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