GetFTR Webinar: Update and new use cases

GetFTR Webinar: Update and new use cases

Launched more than three years ago, GetFTR continues to grow and develop. We are adding new publishers, discovery services, and integrators, and are opening up new use cases where GetFTR is adding value in exciting and sometimes unforeseen ways...

New service: GetFTR Browser Extension

GetFTR is delighted to share news of a planned new service, freely available to researchers, which will help them get faster access to content they are entitled to read (either via their institutional subscription or because the content is open access)....

Understand GetFTR in just 5 minutes

We were delighted to attend the STM Start-up fair in London last month. It was great to meet many of our colleagues in person and we appreciated the opportunity to make new connections with potential partners. GetFTR was launched during STM Week 3 years...

GetFTR welcomes American Meteorological Society and KGL PubFactory as new partners for 2023

KGL PubFactory becomes the latest platform provider to facilitate access to GetFTR as American Meteorological Society (AMS) becomes the first publisher to join GetFTR...

GetFTR 2022 End of Year Roundup

Earlier this month we attended the STM Conference to present where we are three years on, after our announcement at STM back in December 2019. We provided an update on our partners, who now total 34, with more joining in the new year. We...

American Diabetes Association and American Physiological Society join GetFTR as publishing partners

There are now 18 publishers working with GetFTR to streamline access to their content. Get Full Text Research (GetFTR)...

GetFTR welcomes two new publishers to a new program that waives costs for smaller organisations

Get Full Text Research (GetFTR) is pleased to welcome Edinburgh University Press (EUP) and Wageningen Academic Publishers to the service under the new  “free tier” program...

GetFTR: What’s New and What’s Coming Up

In case you missed it – you can now watch a recording of our latest Publisher webinar. Suitable for all, during this short webinar we briefly introduced the service and provided updates on recent and forthcoming developments, before we spent time...

GetFTR user research

The publishing space and market, how we access and expect to access content, is one of constant evolution. Two years ago when we developed the GetFTR proposition, it was to meet several core needs: Improve access to scholarly content. Remove some of the noise researchers face around which....

Exploring new use cases

Earlier this week we ran the latest in our series of webinars to look at how publisher and discovery services are utilizing GetFTR to streamline access to content for researchers. Joined by guest speakers: Reference lists, Laird Barrett, Group Product Manager, Springer Nature. Content hosting, Jud....