Libraries have led the charge to open up access to the scholarly literature. We help turn that leadership into leverage to reduce costs, to save staff time, to improve library services, and to open up even more content.
To do that we've built, in partnership with librarians, a suite of powerfully simple tools that help deliver articles without subscriptions and make more articles open by filling your repository. The tools are free, easy to use, quick to set up, open-source, community-controlled and designed to catalyse Open.
Supported by leaders at:
Senior Associate Dean for Scholarly Communication & Content Strategies
Scholarly Communication Librarian
Scholarly Communication Librarian & Assistant Professor
CJ de Jong
Access Services Coordinator, Librarian
InstantILL instantly delivers papers your patrons need from your holdings, Open Access and simplifies your ILL process to save you and your patrons money and time. It’s free, open source, community owned and easily set up in minutes.Try it today
Sharing should be simple. With shareyourpaper.org, we'll make sure that deposit into any repository is just that. For libraries, shareyourpaper.org helps you fill your repository by offering the simplest possible deposit workflow for authors, saves you time, and requires no migrations or upgrades to your current repository.Try it today
You’ve seen our tools, now here’s the strategy. Build tools that reducing reliance on subscriptions so libraries have the leverage to negotiate better prices and fairer terms with publishers and can create a more equitable and open world.
We help to reduce reliance on subscriptions by helping libraries deliver articles without subscriptions and making more articles open by filling your repository.
To continue our cutting edge work, we need your support. Please join others who've given their's.
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We want to charge less than we save you. Share what tools you use so we can estimate it:
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This helps us understand what an appropriate price may be.
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