For Publishers

Get Full Text Research (GetFTR) streamlines access to published journal articles on discovery tools and collaboration networks, whether subscription or open access. 

For publishers, it has the potential to increase readership by speeding up and simplifying authentication, reducing complexity by offering a familiar and consistent experience for users that works across multiple publishers. 

Using the GetFTR indicator, readers can easily tell from within discovery tools and collaboration networks which published journal articles their institution has made available to them. They can then follow the enhanced links provided by GetFTR to rapidly access published research on all participating publishers’ websites.

Developed by five leading publishers, GetFTR can also improve potential readers’ experience by minimizing “access denied” messages, even for researchers with no institutional subscription. With the ability to provide researchers with access to an alternative version of a journal article, which goes beyond the abstract, it enables users to better understand the nature of the article and not feel the need to hunt for less authoritative versions.  

Getting Started

Below are links to all the key information you’ll need as you assess whether GetFTR is right for your users.

We recommend starting with our Terms of Use for Publishers, before browsing our Entitlement API Specification and FAQs.

Start your GetFTR partner conversation.

Are you a publisher and ready to start a conversation with our development team on how to include your entitlements in GetFTR?

Contact us now by registering your interest and we’ll be in touch to start discussing your requirements (don’t forget to select ‘I work for a Publisher, Research Discovery Service or Scholarly Platform and would like to speak to a member of the team about integrating with GetFTR’).

 

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