Sage becomes latest publisher to join GetFTR
Sage becomes the latest publisher to join the GetFTR – Get Full Text Research – service, providing users of its research with quicker access to the published content they are entitled to via their institutional subscriptions as well as access to OA and free content in both hybrid and fully OA journals.
Since launch in 2019, GetFTR has now welcomed over 28 publishers to the service, strengthening its commitment on improving access for the research community and now supporting streamlined access to over 52% of global research output.
On joining GetFTR Helen Duce, Head of Product Management, Sage commented “Central to our goal as publishers is to ensure that our researchers have quick and easy access to the highest quality trusted research – supporting discovery and knowledge. By partnering with GetFTR we continue to solidify our commitment to the community to enable this – by looking for new and novel ways to enhance and improve that research experience from discovery to access.”
Dianne Benham, Product Director, GetFTR added “Over the past 18 months we have been working hard to build out our offering for publishers, as evidenced by our new use cases including article reference integration, the GetFTR chrome extension (which provides links to published content from GoogleScholar, PubMed and other popular discovery tools) and support for content syndication arrangements with ResearchGate and ScienceDirect. We are delighted to have a publisher like Sage onboard as it continues to demonstrate the growing value proposition of GetFTR for all publishers – across all locations – in our shared goal of improving the researcher journey.”
To find our more about how GetFTR can work for you – contact Dianne Benham at email@example.com
Sage is a global academic publisher of books, journals, and library resources with a growing range of technologies to enable discovery, access, and engagement. Believing that research and education are critical in shaping society, 24-year-old Sara Miller McCune founded Sage in 1965. Today, we are controlled by a group of trustees charged with maintaining our independence and mission indefinitely.
Get Full Text Research (GetFTR) is a free-to-use solution for academic discovery services and scholarly collaboration networks that provides researchers with faster access to the published research they need, whether subscription or open access.
The service provides real time, high quality entitlement checks and displays the GetFTR indicator on the search results, article page or references so that researchers can easily determine which content their institution has made available to them. By clicking the GetFTR link, the researchers can rapidly access research from participating publisher websites. Libraries and researchers do not need to opt-in, register, or download any new software, GetFTR links are automatically displayed in the resources they use.