Entries by Simon Hicks

Join us for a librarian seminar – 10th December

Nearly a year on from our session at the annual STM Conference, we are inviting all librarians to join us for an informal seminar on 10th December 2020. We’d like to update you on GetFTR’s developments and talk openly about plans for 2021. This seminar….

Preserving data privacy and expanding access options

At the heart of GetFTR is the drive to support streamlined access to high quality research for global researchers, no matter their location. As the current global pandemic has illustrated, rapid, direct access to authentic research is vital. Throughout the pilot….

Missed us at Charleston?

A Unique Year, a Unique Solution: GetFTR Streamlines Access to Research: A Charleston session. Earlier this month we were delighted to be able to present a poster session at Charleston. if you missed us though, you can access the full interactive video below by clicking on our logo….

Karger Publishers trials GetFTR

The Swiss-based scientific and medical publisher is the first organisation to join the founding five publishers of GetFTR, supporting streamlined access to global journal literature. Karger Publishers has today announced that it will trial Get Full Text….

GetFTR pilot is now live

In December 2019, we announced the development of Get Full Text Research (GetFTR), a new, free to use solution that enables faster access for researchers to the published journal articles they need. With seamless off-campus access to scholarly content more important than ever, we are….

A good start to 2020 but there’s a lot to do

We’d like to say a big thank you to everyone that took part in the first GetFTR Advisory Group meeting of the year. Input from the group will be incredibly important as we develop GetFTR, ensuring the perspectives of the various stakeholder groups we have….

Updating the community

We wanted to thank everyone that has expressed interest in GetFTR. Over 100 providers of online research services and publishers have been in touch to ask for more detail, and we’ve seen lots of engagement on social media. We’ve even heard directly from several researchers who want to be kept….