Accessible Archives passes a COUNTER Release 5 Audit

Accessible Archives, Inc. has made a commitment to provide the COUNTER-compliant usage reports to our subscribers.

  • Libraries demand that publishers and vendors comply with the COUNTER Code of Practice and the COUNTER Release 5 Report Validation Tool helps address compliance issues.
  • The tool enables publishers and vendors to test their implementation of the SUSHI protocol and COUNTER reports ensuring greater compliance which means libraries will retrieve data that is more accurate, leading to better decision making.
  • Accessible Archives’ COUNTER vendor, Scholarly iQ, is pleased to announce that Accessible Archives has successfully passed a COUNTER Release 5 audit and is fully compliant with the Code of Practice. Passing the audit continues to highlight Accessible Archives’ ongoing commitment to serve the library community.

Project COUNTER is an industry initiative that provides guidelines for the measurement, creation, and distribution of online usage reports to institutional subscribers.


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