Key Benefits for Publishers
Improve access to your version of record
EndNote Click transparently handles authentication on behalf of the end-user and their institution. As users go about their online research workflows, your version of record is never more than a click away. This ensures that your content is always the most conveniently accessible.
Increase the reach of your content
The EndNote Click browser extension travels with researchers online and adds one-click shortcuts direct to high-quality publisher content across thousands of third-party platforms including PubMed, pre-print servers and institutional repositories: platforms that publishers wouldn’t necessarily have access to, or visibility of, otherwise.
Redirect usage to publisher platforms
By building on established authentication infrastructure, publisher downloads facilitated via EndNote Click are automatically COUNTER compliant, ensuring that downloads can be correctly reported back to libraries, and providing a more complete picture of content usage.
What do publishers need to do to benefit from EndNote Click?
EndNote Click automatically detects end-user entitlements and facilitates one-click access to journal content via established industry authentication systems. As such, there is nothing that publishers strictly need to do to benefit from EndNote Click.
However, to ensure an optimal user experience EndNote Click tries to make use of metadata embedded in article pages. We recommend that publishers follow the Dublin Core or similar standards to ensure tags such as dc.identifier and citation_pdf_url are present.
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Partner with EndNote Click
If you would like to find out more about partnership opportunities, please contact us at [email protected]
We are particularly interested in partnerships around:
- Helping publishers identify new demand for content across the open web and improving access to OA and subscription content
- Improving reach of publisher content through inclusion of journal branding within EndNote Click user journeys and link-outs to supplementary content (data, video, etc.)