Crossref Sponsoring Organization application form
Thank you for your interest in becoming a Crossref Sponsoring Organization. You can read about the role of a Sponsor on our website at www.crossref.org/community/sponsors.

In order to find out more about your organization and consider your application more fully, please complete this form. We will review your request and get back to you within a week.

If you have any questions about the content on the form, please contact Rachael Lammey, Head of Community Development, via member@crossref.org.

Email address *
Name *
First and last name
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Name of organization: *
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Website address: *
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Tell us about your organization - history, staff, who you work with: *
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What types of organizations do you plan to work with? Not for profits, universities, based in one geographic area?
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How many organizations would you plan to work with? *
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Please give us your reasons for applying to become a Sponsoring Organization *
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How would you promote Crossref services to the organizations you plan to work with? *
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What kind of technical support have you provided, for example, training days or help forums? *
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What kind of promotional activity would you plan, for example, events, webinars, creation of materials in local language? *
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Are you interested in providing additional Crossref services (other than content registration and reference linking) to the organizations you work with? Please note that members need to be registering content in order to participate in additional services like Similarity Check. *
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Please review the annual membership and content registration fees: https://www.crossref.org/fees/#annual member fees. Have you any questions about these fees? *
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Please let us know if you have questions in the space below:
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