Skip to main content

HighWire Press to present CASA, an off-campus access protocol from Google, at the Charleston Conference

Author info: HighWire Press
Post date: 05.09.2017
Post type: News
Subject: Technological innovation, User experience
Product or service: Products & Services

HighWire and Google have collaborated on the Campus-Activated Subscriber Access(CASA) protocol for off-campus access to scholarly content. Michiel Klein Swormink will introduce CASA and HighWire’s implementation at the Charleston Conference.

Los Gatos, Calif, USA, August 31 , 2017 – At the upcoming Charleston Conference, HighWire Press, Inc., the strategic partner and platform provider for world-leading scholarly publishers and societies, will present CASA, a new protocol developed by Google and implemented by HighWire, to support off-campus authentication and streamline access to subscribed scholarly content for remote users.

CASA enables Google Scholar users to see the same subscribed resources off-campus as on-campus, so that no off-campus login is necessary. HighWire and Google combined expertise to develop and test the CASA protocol with the goal of simplifying verified user access to subscribed content. A faster, easier user experience for legitimate users to access content on publishers’ platforms will help libraries serve their patrons and may influence researchers who have developed a preference for Sci-Hub.

-Ends-

 

Contact

Michiel Klein Swormink, Director of Business Development
mkleinswormink@highwirepress.com

About HighWire Press

HighWire Press, Inc. offers essential online publishing solutions to develop and deliver research publications and online learning products for academic and research communities. With offices in the US and the UK, HighWire provides strategic consulting, professional services and innovative open platform technologies to publishers and professional associations around the world. www.highwirepress.com

Share this:

Transform your digital services

1-888-849-9323 +44 (800) 3688225

Newsletter Sign up

To receive email notifications when we publish, enter your email address below:

Sign up

Transform your digital services

1-888-849-9323 +44 (800) 3688225
Enhanced user experience
0.844
Seconds Load Time