GetFTR has today announced that publisher the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and Semantic Scholar an AI-powered research tool for scientific literature, will join GetFTR to support more streamlined access for researchers to content on and off campus.
Working directly with the research community, over the last 11 months, GetFTR has been focused on refining the service to best support streamlined access to global journal literature through affiliated discovery tools and scholarly platforms. The service now supports streamlined access to over 86,000,000 research articles.
Free to use for researchers, libraries and discovery services, GetFTR has increased the speed and ease of accessing research by simplifying authentication, making it clear which content researchers have access to, and working across multiple publisher platforms to reduce researcher fatigue. GetFTR removes the need to register, opt-in, or download additional software to access content, as users search for research articles across different publisher and research platforms.
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