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Thank you for feedback on syndicated usage policy

11 July 2024

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 develop an approach for sharing COUNTER-compliant usage reports from the syndicated platform to the original publisher. The COUNTER Executive Committee will discuss this feedback in its next meeting, and the team will use the feedback and discussion to refine the syndicated usage policy.

Other ways to provide feedback to COUNTER

Insight and feedback from the COUNTER community is very important in shaping our development. The syndicated usage consultation has closed but there are other opportunities to provide feedback.

  • Our consultation on aligning the Code of Practice for Research Data with the main Code is open until the end of July;
  • And don’t forget our annual satisfaction survey is still open – please respond by 7th September.
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