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....

GetFTR’s journey so far

In celebration of two years since GetFTR received its’ first entitlement request – we have taken a look back at our journey so far. The proposition we seek to address, how we are aiming to do that and so of the key ways in which we have had impact so far. Take a scroll through and of course don’t hesitate....

GetFTR now supports streamlined access to over 51% of global research output

The service continues to expand its reach across the sector through new partnerships with IOP Publishing, AIAA Publications, ASM, DeepDyve, SciFinder and Scopus. March....

GetFTR invites Aggregators to join

“We are calling on Aggregators to engage with us and provide streamlined pathways to aggregated content via Discovery Services and other third-party tools that use GetFTR.” In our last Scholarly Kitchen post, Ralph Youngen and Todd Toler discussed how....

GetFTR supports ScienceDirect pilot to improve research discovery and access

Today has seen the announcement of a ScienceDirect pilot, with several publishers, which will seek to better understand how publishers can work together to help....

APA PsycInfo and R Discovery, CACTUS join GetFTR

Get Full Text Research (GetFTR) is pleased to welcome two new integrator partners, APA PsycInfo and R Discovery from CACTUS. The addition of these integrators marks an auspicious start to the year for GetFTR....

GetFTR: dataflows and user privacy

Data privacy is a topic that, rightly so, is top-of-mind for many researchers and organisations that are active in the space of scholarly communications. GetFTR is committed to safeguarding the privacy of its users, and we take this principle to heart....

MyScienceWork partners with GetFTR: a new streamlined direction towards content

Research management tech provider MyScienceWork (MSW) is pleased to announce its latest partnership with Get Full Text Research (GetFTR), to support a....

Breaking down access barriers – Join GetFTR, SeamlessAccess and CONNECT

On the 14th December, Hylke Koers, Chief Information Officer at STM Solutions, and Heather Staines, Manager of Publisher Outreach at Delta Think, will be joining....