Institutions benefit in new Eduserv partnership

We’ve just become an official partner of not-for-profit IT geniuses Eduserv. If you don’t know Eduserv, you’ve probably heard of their poster child OpenAthens which offers access to masses of educational content with a single sign-on.

Providing IT and digital services to public and third sector organisations, Eduserv’s Chest Network connects suppliers and organisations, and Research Media can now offer preferential rates on its communication services via the Eduserv Chest Agreement.

Serving the Research Community.

We’re really excited to be joining forces with Eduserv, bringing our knowledge and services together to serve the research community. The supplier agreement we’ve drawn up is the first of its kind and will see both organisations collaborating to offer an extended range of services to Higher Education institutions.

“It is important that any research makes a real impact outside the university where it is being carried out. So, I’m delighted that we’re able to support researchers in the academic sector with the creative communication services offered by Research Media.” Says Nikki Green, Business Development Manager at Eduserv.

“They are skilful at communicating complex ideas in a variety of ways to a broad audience. Under the special terms of this licence agreement researchers will be able to disseminate the results of their work very cost effectively.”

Chest Agreements offer universities, colleges and other organisations value for money and preferential licence terms and conditions, and Eduserv work closely with members of the academic community evaluating products and licence proposals to ensure that the agreements meet their needs.

Reaching Goals Together.

John Eggleton, Business Development and Operations Director at Research Media, says he is delighted to be partnering with Eduserv:

“We share joint goals in supporting UK Higher Education institutions and this agreement provides an excellent opportunity for us to help users showcase the first-rate work taking place in their institutions.”

For more information about the Eduserv/Research Media Chest Agreement go to the Eduserv website or get in touch with us here at Research Media and we can talk you through how to get set up.