Our partnership with CORE will provide Turnitin with vast amounts of metadata and full texts that we can utilise in our plagiarism detection software.
The world’s largest collection of open access research papers
Who we serve?20 million monthly active users
Enabling others to create new tools and innovate using a global comprehensive collection of research papers.
“Our partnership with CORE will provide Turnitin with vast amounts of metadata and full texts that we can ...” Show more
Gareth Malcolm, Content Partner Manager at Turnitin
Making research more discoverable, improving metadata quality, helping to meet and monitor open access compliance.
“CORE’s role in providing a unified search of repository content is a great tool for the researcher and ex...” Show more
Nicola Dowson, Library Services Manager at Open University
Researchers & general public
Tools to find, discover and explore the wealth of open access research. Free for everyone, forever.
“With millions of research papers available across thousands of different systems, CORE provides an invalu...” Show more
Jon Tennant, Rogue Paleontologist and Founder of the Open Science MOOCIn memoriam
Helping funders to analyse, audit and monitor open research and accelerate towards open science.
“Aggregation plays an increasingly essential role in maximising the long-term benefits of open access, hel...” Show more
Ben Johnson, Research Policy Adviser at Research England
Companies using CORE
Academic institution using CORE
CORE has significantly assisted the academic institutions participating in our global network with their key mission, which is their scientific content exposure. In addition, CORE has helped our content administrators to showcase the real benefits of repositories via its added value services.
Aggregation plays an increasingly essential role in maximising the long-term benefits of open access, helping to turn the promise of a 'research commons' into a reality. The aggregation services that CORE provides therefore make a very valuable contribution to the evolving open access environment in the UK.