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11 July 2024

Thank you for feedback on syndicated usage policy

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on our recent policy consultation on syndicated usage. The consultation attracted some valuable feedback. The purpose of the consultation was to help us…

08 July 2024

Conference Video: Code of Practice for Research Data

If you’ve heard about the public consultation about merging the Code of Practice for Research Data into the main Code of Practice, but aren’t sure what that means for you,…

01 July 2024

COUNTER API (sushi) server for R5.1

The Celus team have updated their demo COUNTER API (sushi) server to support Release 5.1 of the COUNTER Code of Practice.

27 June 2024

Find us at: Make Data Count Summit

Tasha is going to be attending the Make Data Count Summit on the 5th and 6th of September in London. “The Make Data Count Summit will convene researchers, institutional representatives,…

20 June 2024

First COUNTER conference attracts positive feedback

In conference feedback, 86% of respondents rated it very good or excellent, but asked for more introductory topics. We take a look at what you said about the first COUNTER conference.

10 June 2024

Satisfaction survey

Our annual satisfaction survey is now open – please let us know how we’re doing and where we can improve! take the survey It should only take a few minutes…

07 June 2024

COUNTER Newsletter, June 2024

You might have noticed that the COUNTER team has had a busy few months, with a new strategy, branding and website, as well as our first ever COUNTER conference! We…

30 May 2024

COUNTER Commits to the Principles of Open Scholarly Infrastructure

COUNTER is a community-led organisation and our Code of Practice is the industry standard for usage metrics. Today, we are pleased to announce that we are committing to the Principles…

27 May 2024

COUNTER Validation Tool: Request for Proposals

Our Validation Tool is an essential service to the community, helping publishers and libraries validate Release 5 COUNTER Reports. It It is free to use, and we encourage all report…

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