GetFTR, the service which helps streamline the researcher’s journey from discovery to access, has announced the launch of the GetFTR Browser Extension. The free GetFTR browser extension extends the core service
GetFTR announces new partners including CABI, Edward Elgar and the Royal College of Surgeons of London; launches the Browser Extension; publishes their product roadmap; publishes new Case Studies and lists the events they will be speaking at.
Sage becomes the latest publisher to join the GetFTR – Get Full Text Research – service, providing users of its research quicker access to the published content they are entitled to via their institutional subscriptions as well as access to the latest hybrid..
We are delighted to share an update on the GetFTR Browser Extension. This service works with major discovery resources such as Google Scholar, PubMed, Web of Science and EBSCO Discovery Service, signalling….
OUP will include its books as well as journals in the GetFTR service and would like to ask all discovery services using GetFTR to send entitlement checks for both content types so they can quickly direct readers to content..