RedLink Network at ALPSP video

In case you missed it! Earlier this month, CEO Kent Anderson spoke about the new RedLink Network, a free, community-driven IP and access credentials registry. We launched RedLink Network as a public benefit company focused on enhancing communication between publishers and libraries for the purpose of ensuring knowledge workers have consistent access to the content they need. Since launch, the Network continues to grow. To learn more, see Kent’s presentation from ALPSP, and log on to the Network today!

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RedLink introduces Grove at FORCE2016 Conference image

Scholars, librarians, archivists, publishers and research funders, to name a few, find a common place at FORCE2016 Conference, Portland, Oregon, USA. The conference themed “Building Bridges, Connecting Knowledge”, was all about topics like visualization of science and scholarship, transparency in research workflows, and the importance of effective communication both within and beyond academia. RedLink introduced Grove, a social network for researchers and qualified practitioners, at the poster session of the conference. Click here to download the poster. Researchers and scholars frequently have informed opinions about what they read and what they like to discuss it with peers. However, this information is seldom published online; most of it is expressed in private face-to-face discussions in conferences, documented in personal offline notes ...

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RedLink’s luncheon at UKSG 2016 image

UKSG Annual Conference and Exhibition, a major event in the world of scholarly communications attracting over 900 delegates from around the world every year, is an opportunity to share and listen to new ideas, concepts and products. We are glad that we could introduce RedLink Network, a new way for librarians and publishers to communicate, during a luncheon organized by us during UKSG’16 in Bournemouth, UK, on 12th April 2016. The luncheon was attended by librarians and publishers from leading organizations and institutions such as University of York, Wiley, Safari, Ingenta, ACS Publications, BI Norwegian Business School, Universities’ Central Library, Uppsala University, and Oxford Brookes University. A network to streamline customer-provider communications, RedLink Network helps librarians broadcast information, such as ...

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RedLink is participating in Computers in Libraries 2016 at Washington DC, March 8 to 10. Deepika Bajaj, Head, Marketing & Growth, and Jill Konieczko, Director, Library Relations, are representing RedLink at the conference, and showcasing how librarians can use Library Dashboard and RedLink Network to leverage data analytics and make better business decisions. Please visit RedLink at Booth #324 and connect with us to learn about our offerings for libraries.

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Libraries are becoming hubs where new technologies are employed into common practice. And, their patrons are constantly evolving continuously. From social media to eBooks, libraries are adopting new. The Collective is being hosted on March 3-4, 2016 at Knoxville, Tennessee. It would be a great opportunity to explore the evolution of libraries and librarians through hands-on workshops, presentation sessions, and peer conversations.

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RedLink is participating in Computers in Libraries 2016 conference. Please visit RedLink at Booth #324 and connect with us to learn about our offerings for libraries. Deepika Bajaj, Head of Marketing and Growth, and Jill Konieczko, Library Relations Director, will be available to answer your queries, give a demo, and take appointments for a demo any time later. And be sure to join RedLink for our CyberTour on Wednesday, March 8: Dashboard & Mining Operational Library Data 12:00 p.m. – 12:15 p.m. Jill Konieczko, MLS, Library Relations Director, RedLink Making decisions in libraries in tight economic times is always a challenge, and we don’t always use all the data we have to inform those decisions. This experienced librarian shares tips on getting data analytics from your library ...

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Are you going to NFAIS 2016 Annual Conference? image

The scholarly world is changing and data is becoming the foundation of new knowledge. Research communities preserve and assess data to make important decisions. They use tools for evaluating data and prioritizing data sustainability. The NFAIS 2016 Annual Conference is being hosted on February 21-23, 2016 at Philadelphia, PA. It would be a great opportunity to know about the complexities involved in a data-rich environment, and prepare a solid foundation for the data-driven future.

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RedLink Grove – It’s coming! image

How do you engage users on your journal website and enhance customer loyalty? How do you enrich your journal website with high quality content? Choose Grove, the first-of-its-kind social networking platform to comment and discuss on scholarly articles. A social networking platform for researchers and qualified practitioners to discuss, comment, and peer review scholarly content. It enables high quality scholarly discussions on journals, adding value to published articles. Subscribe and stay tuned with RedLink Grove updates as it draws closer to launch. Learn how it can help scholarly publishers enrich journals with high quality discussions and content from the research community.

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