Research management tech provider MyScienceWork (MSW) is pleased to announce its latest partnership with Get Full Text Research (GetFTR), to support a more streamlined and sustainable online access experience for researchers, educators and students.
Effective as of November 2021, the GetFTR integration works with institutional affiliations of users and automatically places a smart indicator next to any subscription-based article they are entitled to. Whether on or off campus, end users benefit from a trusted, fast route from platform to the final published journal article (or alternative version), with significant simplification in navigation across an ever-increasing multitude of information resources and shared research infrastructures.
“We are incredibly proud of our partnership with GetFTR founded on our shared goals of streamlining access to the best available version of scholarly content”, says Yann Mahé, Managing Director of MSW. “As we continue to join forces with Publishers in our efforts to reinforce access to high quality content, this timely collaboration is instrumental in our mission to improve accessibility and break down barriers to scientific outputs.”
“GetFTR is delighted to announce its most recent partnership with MyScienceWork. Through integrations with databases and platforms such as MSW, we are providing researchers with streamlined access to high-quality, authoritative content right from within their favourite discovery tool”, added Hylke Koers, Program Director for GetFTR and CIO of STM Solutions.
During a continued phase of remote learning, teaching and research, GetFTR enables a timely and pertinent solution, enabling a more secure, simplified method of remote access to scholarly content with entitlement records from participating publishers.
The MyScienceWork scientific database is a free to use platform to share and look up academic papers, researchers and track research and research interests of academics. Hosting an average of a million visitors per month, the platform is a one-stop-source, open to undergraduates, post-graduates, researchers, PhD candidates, academic professionals and anyone from academia. Today, MSW indexes multiple sources representing over 90M articles and 12M patents, covering all scientific disciplines across all countries.
Get Full Text Research (GetFTR) is a free to use solution that enables faster access for researchers to the published journal articles they need. Working on and off campus and built on trusted technology, GetFTR continues to invite providers of online research services and publishers to be part of its development.