New look and feel eBook pages
Jan 2018 | Our UX team is constantly evaluating how they can improve the user experience on our platforms. They have recently finished work on redesigning the eBook pages after extensive testing and analysing what users are looking for most on these pages. All our books have now moved to the new design.
Perspectives of eBook usage at Trinity College during Covid-19
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has contributed to growing concerns around textbook affordability. Read more here
Platform Update August
August 2019 | Springer Nature works continuously to respond to the needs of librarians and their users. Find the latest platform updates across SpringerLink, nature.com and BMC here.
NEW COUNTER 5 report custom metric now available
April 2020 | We have introduced a custom report metric that makes it possible to compare the BR2: Book chapter downloads by month COUNTER 4 (C4) data with the Title Master Report COUNTER 5 data. The TR_B1: Book Requests C5 report data represents the overall requests of a book on the chapter level, and since we deliver books as a single pdf but only reported usage in the C4 Chapter Report (BR2), there was no comparable metric in C5 until now.
What makes a Nature journal?
September 2019 | Curious about what we do, what goes into producing a nature-branded research journal? Find out how more about the role of our editors, the author copyright and how we interact with the scientific community. Here are five things you may not know about us and how they can help you throughout your career. Don’t forget to check out our short video ‘What makes a Nature journal’ to find out more about these and other initiatives.
How to promote your library’s content online
A library provides valuable resources for researchers, students and university staff. In this article you can find effective marketing techniques to raise awareness and usage of your holdings content.
The Springer Nature Journal Suggester—how to find literature you might have missed
The Springer Nature Journal Suggester: A tool that can match your work’s abstract and keywords to journals publishing in those areas.