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How to promote your content

Springer Nature

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.

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05 Aug 2020
Free content on history and social science of racism

Springer Nature

Recent events in the US involving police violence against black people have shocked the world and resulted in the “Black Lives Matter” movement that is reaching across all continents.

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13 Jul 2020
8 steps to building an effective eBook collection

eBooks

In the past decade, eBook collections have become more common place, publishing technologies have improved.

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06 May 2020
How our AD teams are supporting librarians

account development

March 2020 | The whole world is in the grip of an unprecedented crisis impacting the way we go about our daily lives. For the time being, universities and schools are switching to online learning, and professionals around the world are working from home whilst juggling child care and other responsibilities. As a global company, we at Springer Nature are incredibly used to remote working; however, this changes a lot for us as well.

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24 Mar 2020
Remote Access support to Springer Nature Content

Librarian Service

March 2020 | Springer Nature is monitoring the coronavirus situation closely. During this time, we are doing everything necessary to make sure our research platforms remain fully available and we are ready to support the increasing numbers of researchers, students and faculty working from remote locations. We want to make sure access to our content is not interrupted in any way. Springer Nature is here to support you with remote access for your patrons.

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21 Mar 2020
Federated access, RA21, Seamless Access, GetFTR…                A brief explainer

Discovery Services

February 2020 | The way that researchers have traditionally authenticated to publisher websites to access institutional subscriptions is via IP address. The device (desktop, laptop, tablet, mobile phone…) that the researcher uses is connected to their institutional network, the publisher’s websites sees the researcher coming from the institution's network based on their IP, and grants them access. 

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09 Mar 2020
5 ways to get more from your journal subscriptions

Librarian Service

May 2018 | Today’s library is responsible for a whole raft of services - from content analysis and reporting, data-management and platform integration - to publicity, marketing and training. With significant budget invested in journal subscriptions, it’s vital to achieve a strong return.​​​​​​​ We’ve worked with libraries across the globe to test out the most effective ways you can improve journal discovery and usage at your institution.

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10 May 2018

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