We are thrilled to announce that we’ve further expanded the breadth of our article retraction alerting capabilities within the Papers platform. With the integration of the Retraction Watch database, Paper users will enjoy expanded coverage to the current retraction data already available within Papers. What’s more, in our October release, users will see even more…

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May 2021 in Review Blog Image

We’re back with new features from our May update. Papers Import improvements RIS and BibTeX files come from all sorts of places. We’ve vastly improved our RIS and BibTeX import and even added some fancy messages to help you figure out where you(or the place you got it from) went wrong. We’ve also made the…

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We’re excited to introduce our new features for the summer. In this July release, we’ve added some highly requested features so take a look below. Copy PDF (Desktop) We’re excited to introduce a highly requested feature from our users from our Feature Requests Board. For those that constantly like to export a selection of PDFs,…

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Mendeley Transfer Blog Image

A while back we started a series on how to transfer your library from different tools. In this week’s post, we have some tips and tricks on how to migrate your library over from Mendeley that will ensure your references, PDF files, notes, and more are all accessible in ReadCube Papers. Exporting your Metadata First,…

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article matching blog image

With ReadCube Papers you have the ease of knowing that when adding articles to your library they will come automatically resolved with full metadata. By design, Papers automatically scans each PDF that is imported in order to find and resolve your PDFs. It crosses the metadata of the PDF across our database of 140 million…

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Change is a must for organizations today. And all change requires adjustment—not just from the organization in terms of money or time, but from the employees who must adapt to the changing workplace. They must tap into their personal resource reservoirs and invest cognitive or physical energy to learn new information and change their behaviors. …

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May 2021 in Review Blog Image

We’re back with new features from our May update. Papers Import improvements RIS and BibTeX files come from all sorts of places. We’ve vastly improved our RIS and BibTeX import and even added some fancy messages to help you figure out where you(or the place you got it from) went wrong. We’ve also made the…

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Reference management software supports writers, editors, and researchers in their responsibility to provide accurate citations. These platforms support researchers and writers in performing three basic research steps: searching, storing, and writing. A robust reference manager helps researchers find relevant literature, add chosen citations to a reference library, store papers and their bibliographic metadata in a…

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journal access options feature image

As library managers face dwindling budgets, they are likely to face questions about how users should access digital journal articles in the most cost-efficient manner. The various models available include individual subscriptions, site-wide licenses, pay-per-view tokens, and document delivery. Some libraries implement a mixed model approach, and most will re-evaluate their offerings every couple of…

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Public Lists Feature Alert

In our latest web app update, we’re excited to introduce our new feature: Public Lists. What are Public Lists? Public Lists are like your normal Lists you create in ReadCube Papers with the added ability to share all the references and metadata publicly. You can create public lists that are both from your Personal and…

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