Danvers, MA -- Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. (CCC), a global licensing and content solutions organization, announced that its award-winning Get It Now article delivery service is now available for adoption by academic institutions of higher education in Sweden. Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden is the first school outside the United States using Get It Now.
"Get It Now has quickly become a highly appreciated and often-requested service among our users," said Ylva Lindgren, Librarian, Chalmers University of Technology. "We're quite happy with it."
"At the request of numerous academic librarians around the world, we're pleased to now offer Get It Now to institutions outside the United States," said Tim Bowen, Director, Academic Products and Services, CCC. "Offering Get It Now in Sweden is a major milestone in these efforts. Looking ahead, we will continue to engage with like-minded organizations globally to make Get It Now available in more countries."
Get It Now is a cost-effective service that gives library patrons and staff instant access to valuable journal content from leading publishers. It increases operational efficiencies, streamlines article ordering and invoicing processes, and includes a comprehensive Librarian Dashboard to manage and track Get It Now article purchases and create real time usage reports. The service has been adopted in the U.S. by nearly 300 institutions of higher education and provides access to millions of journal articles across disciplines from over 130 leading publishers from around the world.
About Copyright Clearance Center
Copyright Clearance Center (CCC), a leading global rights-licensing technology organization, provides solutions that simplify compliance for content users, promotes the work of creators, and supports the principles of copyright. A rights broker for the world's most sought-after journals, books, blogs, movies and more, CCC makes it easy for businesses and academic institutions to use, share and store copyrighted material while compensating content creators for their works. With its international subsidiary, RightsDirect, CCC serves more than 35,000 customers and 12,000 publishers around the world.