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Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Clarivate (NYSE: CLVT) Announces Major Support for Ukraine’ Displaced Researchers

Clarivate Plc (NYSE: CLVT) has announced major support for Ukraine as the company has introduced a package of useful Clarivate resources of software tools, information, and insights to back displaced researchers from Ukraine. Clarivate has earlier confirmed that it has decided to halt all commercial activities in Russia.

The resource center’s introduction includes news and content to vastly improve Ukraine‘s reputation, information, and understanding around the world. Clarivate continues to support demands for a cease-fire, an end to violence, civilian protection, and a peaceful resolution to disputes and prevent more damage and loss of human life of the Ukrainian people.

Furthermore, as Ukraine wants to speed up the pace of its research and development, an online dedicated resource center will enable rapid access to the relevant solutions and material. ProQuest Books has created a collection of 200 plus volumes about Ukraine. These are now available with unrestricted access through eBook Central’s latest Open Access Complete collection. This increasing collection of interdisciplinary works spans areas such as humanities, social science, business, and STEM from a huge and rising number of supporting publishers.

All higher education institutions in Ukraine will have free access to Ex Libris’ RapidILL interlibrary lending system. It will give all academics access to the holdings of a worldwide community of knowledge, which includes more than 500 libraries. In addition, Clarivate is expanding roaming access and creating accounts for researchers to ensure that they have continuing access to help the Ukrainian research community.

Moreover, Clarivate is making its reliable, editorially independent media, analysis, and opinion on the Ukraine situation available to the academic research community throughout the world. Journalists from Research Professional News will write articles that will be available to read for free throughout the world. It will help the academic community comprehend the impact of Russia’s attack on international research collaborations and funding.

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