Enhanced Product View Added to Publisher Dashboard image

The popular publisher business intelligence and analytics tool Publisher Dashboard has been upgraded, with enhanced Product View features. Product View adds a new menu named “Products.” By selecting this, and diving into the intuitive reporting interface of Publisher Dashboard, users can quickly identify products — journals, e-books, or bundles — with opportunities or threats as measured by usage and denials. Diving into any particular product, users can: Analyze usage at the institution, country, or content era levels. Review usage over multiple years. Compare usage from the current year to the most recent year with just one click. Compare multiple products quickly and easily. Export visualizations as graphics or data. Analyze of full-text usage, denials, PPVs, and abstracts. Get an overview of product ...

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RedLink Network’s New Design and New Features image

RedLink Network, the free IP registry, credentials storehouse, and usage statistics hub, has been redesigned in anticipation of new and enhanced services coming in the next few weeks and months. Already used by hundreds of libraries and institutions, RedLink Network is poised to become even more central to the scholarly information ecosystem as a practical, easy-to-use, and cost-effective solution for publishers and institutional administrators. RedLink Network is already used by more than 150 publishers and 450 libraries, along with major platforms, service providers, and aggregators. Built on the assumption that publishers and library administrators both want to support user access, RedLink Network allows collaboration — at no cost — around IP address changes, Shibboleth credentials, link resolvers, and branding. The new design’s ...

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Ingenta Partners with RedLink® to Offer Remarq® image

Ingenta has announced a collaboration to support integration of Remarq, the collaboration platform from RedLink, for its publishers. This collaboration enables Ingenta CMS platform customers to offer group discussions, annotation, editorial tools, and copyright-compliant sharing on the Version of Record, driving community engagement. “We are delighted to be working with RedLink to offer Ingenta publishing platform publishers the Remarq service,” commented Rowland Conway, Director, Content Products at Ingenta. “Remarq provides the scholarly community with a powerful tool that facilitates collaboration, adds impetus to the discussion around high value content and empowers authors, editors and researchers to bring the content to life. The combination of Ingenta’s flexible and use- friendly publishing platforms and RedLink’s innovative Remarq service bring real benefit to the ...

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2018 RedLink Index Now Available image

The 2018 RedLink Index, covering the 2017 subscription year, is now available. This is a free report. The 2018 RedLink Index provides benchmarks and comparisons of usage patterns, aggregating information about more than 1,700 journals from a variety of international publishers covering all areas of science and scholarship. More than 7,500 subscribing institutions are served by the participating publishers. The dataset covers more than 218 million full-text views, 35 million denials (turn-aways), and 114 million abstract views. Information included in the Index: Percentage of institutions with increasing, decreasing, or steady usage. Percentage of usage coming from consortia. Percentages of usage coming from current vs. archival content of various eras. Percentage of denials (turn-aways) to current content vs. archival content. Usage by world region (North America, ...

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Collaboration and Annotation Tips for Students Using Remarq® image

Remarq Lite offers students tools to boost their participation and collaboration, and enrich their online reading experience. You can use the Remarq Lite browser extension on any site you read, whether for projects, hobbies, or schoolwork. If your instructor or professor has suggested you to use this tool, here are a few ways you can use it: 1. Mark key passages to revisit later. You can easily identify key points and terms, such as the thesis statement or main argument, and mark these quickly so you can revisit them later. 2. Use notes to record questions about something, or to add your interpretation. Notes are a great way to contribute something to the discussion of the material. 3. Collaborate in ...

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Tips for Teachers Using Remarq® Lite image

The Remarq Lite browser extension is an easy-to-use tool to bring online note-taking collaboration to your classes and projects. Setting up a private group for the class opens up many opportunities, and having your students contribute source material, notes, and comments into the group fosters group learning and collaboration. You can use Remarq Lite to do many things: Source reading and annotation. Encourage your students to read source materials carefully and take advantage of the annotation tools. Give challenge goals for number of annotations, and to find specific passages and add thoughts via Remarq’s note-taking functions. Teach by example. Model effective reading and annotation by sharing your annotations with the group. Foster collaboration. Create an environment where students can be ...

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Remarq® Launches “Lite” Version to Support Students, Instructors image

Remarq®, the decentralized scholarly collaboration network, has launched a Chrome browser extension to facilitate annotation, collaboration, and connection across the Web, specifically to help students and instructors be more effective in their classroom collaborations, while also extending the value of Remarq for scholarly users generally. Called Remarq® Lite, this browser extension allows users to seamlessly integrate notes and highlights from any online source into their unified Remarq profile. It also allows users to create and join public and private groups for collaboration. The plugin is free, and available for download now. Remarq Lite works best with Chrome. It is also compatible with Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Safari as a bookmark users can activate (fully integrated plugins for these browsers are being developed). ...

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Get Going with Group Conversations in Remarq® image

Remarq’s new Groups features take scholarly collaboration to a whole new level. Users can create free Public or Private groups. Publishers get the added benefit of creating Protected groups, which users can ask to join. Groups can be used to support a number of tasks, collaborations, or initiatives. Here are a few ideas: PRIVATE GROUP IDEA: A work, study, or project group. Invite your colleagues at work or school into a private Remarq group, where you can use Remarq® Lite and Remarq® on publisher sites to collaborate on documents, textual passages, images, math formulae, video, and more. PRIVATE GROUP IDEA: An expert panel of collaborators. Whether an editorial board, guideline workgroup, study team, or committee, Remarq private groups can provide you with a ...

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How Remarq® Supports Authors image

Author support is a new strategic priority for many publishers, as open access (OA) business models move to the center, as competition for papers intensifies, and as author expectations evolve to include community connections via online services. Remarq® helps editors and publishers support authors in a number of key and unique ways: Remarq connects readers with authors and their works by providing tools for article sharing, article following, article mark-up, and commenting Authors can use Remarq to update their articles: Announce talks related to the article or topic Point to other online sources of interest, such as related data sets and emerging news Amend the article with new, relevant citations to help readers expand their reading Remarq’s integration with ORCID helps ...

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Collaborating with Confidence image

Collaboration is a challenge for everyone. It’s difficult to focus on an issue and move forward with others in unison to find a solution or identify ideas. Successful collaboration requires a trusted environment, faith in those you’re working with, and a sense of security. While Remarq has many obvious attributes — it meets and exceeds open annotation standards, supports roles and functions scholarly publishers expect for authors, editors, and users, and features moderation, groups, updates, and live feeds, as well as an elegant, intuitive interface — what also sets Remarq apart is a secure, well-developed collaborative environment designed to instill user confidence. Users identified with their true names. Remarq validates the identities of participants and allows users to create rich ...

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