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An Emerald Profile is a free service that allows you to customize your experience on our new platform. Fill out the fields below to create your very own account.
Creating a profile will enable you to:
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Share your ideas, test and provide feedback on platform development
Please note the following points before creating a profile:
For subscribers: Please check with your library first as this may not be an option for you. Registering an OAN in your Profile will not provide automatic access to the Teaching Notes for Emerald’s eCase Collections
For guests: Please note that creation of a Profile doesn’t enable instant and automatic access to all our content. We encourage you to browse our growing collection of Open Access content.
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