In the final installment of our three-part series around COUNTER updates, we will discuss the importance of usage data (including COUNTER) for information managers.
CCC and SciBite’s complimentary webinar will focus on a method to cut through the complexity of scientific language to retrieve better search results.
The Supreme Court recently heard arguments on a case asking them to rule on when copyright registration becomes effective.
When multiple employees in the same organization need the same published materials at the same time, coordinated article reprint orders are a great solution.
Semantic search capabilities have the power to help solve many intractable problems – but does it remove the need for manual indexing?
Copyright in action: how does the law apply to Lebron James’ tattoos, Open Education Resources (OER), Open Access (OA) and other content?
In January 2019, COUNTER (Counting Online Usage of Networked Electronic Resources) updated its code of practice from Release 4 (C4) to Release 5 (C5).