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US The American Society for Parenteral and Enteral and Wiley announce publishing partnership - 02 Jun 2017

Publisher John Wiley and Sons Inc. has been selected by the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN) as its publishing partner for its distinguished publications, The Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition and Nutrition in Clinical Practice. This agreement, commencing in January 2018, will see both journals move to the Wiley Online Library platform.

ASPEN was founded in 1976 with the purpose of providing optimal nutrition to all people under all conditions at all times. The Society recognises the importance of research, clinical practice, advocacy, and education, and takes an interdisciplinary approach to nutrition support therapy. Since its inception, ASPEN has grown to more than 6,500 members and continues to be a champion for the best evidence-based nutrition support for patients worldwide.

The Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition has been publishing cutting edge basic and clinical research in the field for forty years and explores the science of optimizing the care of patients receiving enteral or IV therapies. Nutrition in Clinical Practice, established in 1985, is an interdisciplinary publication publishing articles on the scientific basis and clinical application of nutrition and nutrition support. Both journals are peer-reviewed and indexed by the National Library of Medicine.

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US Clarivate Analytics acquires Publons - 02 Jun 2017

Clarivate Analytics has announced the acquisition of Publons and its leading global platform for researchers to share, discuss and receive recognition for peer review and editing of academic research. The acquisition brings together the world's preeminent citation database and the world's largest researcher-facing peer-review data and recognition platform.

Clarivate is developing and delivering innovative analytics and workflow solutions that increase efficiencies across the entire research lifecycle; from idea to experiment, to peer review, to publication, dissemination and assessment. The acquisition of Publons, its platform and data, increase the value of multiple Clarivate Analytics products, while supporting researchers as they manage their careers and work across the ecosystem of funders, publishers and institutions.

The combined strengths of Clarivate and Publons will address critical research challenges in the $1.7 trillion global research market, including fraudulent scientific research, inefficiencies in peer review that slow down research and identifying and understanding top research as funders increasingly demand demonstrable impact and proof of contributions to the research environment. Peer review is at the heart of solutions to these challenges and will drive future improvements across the research ecosystem.

Publons co-founders Andrew Preston and Daniel Johnston and all Publons employees have joined Clarivate Analytics as part of the acquisition. Publons will grow its Wellington, New Zealand base along with its London presence, and continue to sustain its entrepreneurial culture while integrating its technology with Clarivate Analytics platforms and contributing to the company's internal innovation ecosystem.

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UK IOP Publishing launches Remarq pilot on several of its journals - 02 Jun 2017

RedLink has announced a pilot of Remarq™ on several IOP Publishing journals, including the Journal of Optics, the New Journal of Physics, Nanotechnology, and Biofabrication. Remarq is a new tool for the publishing community offering annotation, commenting, article sharing, and collaboration, all on the publisher's site and utilising the version of record.

Remarq keeps researchers and readers on publisher-branded sites by providing a powerful and smoothly integrated set of tools that support authors, editors, and users. By supporting engagement on the version of record, Remarq offers the opportunity to leverage author updates, supplemental information or data, and additional assets related to the article, creating a rich environment for collaboration.

The IOP journals join additional journals from Canadian Science Publishing as early adopters of Remarq, which launched its first version in mid-May.

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German Leading Italian universities now gain access to De Gruyter content - 02 Jun 2017

Academic publisher De Gruyter has signed a 3-year agreement with the CRUI/CARE consortium of Italian academic libraries that includes eJournal and eBook packages as well as Databases.

Currently, some of the most prestigious Italian universities have joined the consortium for De Gruyter collections, including Università di Bergamo, Università di Bologna, Università della Calabria, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Milano, Università die Firenze, Università di Genova, Università degli Studi di Milano, Università Milano – Bocconi, Università Milano – Bicocca, Università di Padova, Università di Pavia, Università di Salerno, Università di Sassari, Università di Siena, Università di Torino, Università di Trento, Scuola Normale di Pisa and Università di Verona. Students, lecturers, researchers and staff at these institutions will have access to De Gruyter content in various formats.

Half of the institutions mentioned above will have access to the Complete De Gruyter eJournal collection, while the other institutions have chosen either Complete Humanities or subject packages. Italian academic institutions now have the ability to choose to access De Gruyter's growing STM collection, which includes the recently launched databases: IUPAC Standards Online and Nano Online.

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UK Emerald titles increase strong CiteScore position - 02 Jun 2017

The first full release of the CiteScore metric for 2016 from Scopus has seen Emerald increase the quality measures for over 57% of its journals, on a like-for-like basis compared to 2015's figures. Following on from CiteScore's launch in December 2016, Emerald remains the publisher with the most journals in the Business, Management & Accounting field, with over 16% of the whole sector.

Launched by Elsevier, CiteScore is one of a number of measures that help provide a holistic overview of a Scopus-indexed journal or serial title's performance in Scopus. CiteScore metrics comprise a variety of indicators, making them part of a basket of metrics that provides a more balanced view of journal or serial quality than one indicator alone would.

CiteScore is a simple way of measuring the citation impact of journals and book serials. It calculates the number of citations received in a calendar year by all items published in that journal in the preceding three years. CiteScore is drawn from over 20,000 journals in its database, which is nearly twice as many as those that are given an Impact Factor.

In addition to the CiteScore, Scopus also provides more granular data on journals in a basket of metrics designed to give researchers more detailed information - the basket of data includes the annual CiteScore metric, a monthly CiteScore Tracker, CiteScore Quartiles and CiteScore Percentiles.

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UK Ex Libris joins Open Preservation Foundation - 02 Jun 2017

The Open Preservation Foundation has announced Ex Libris as its newest charter member. Ex Libris' Rosetta is an end-to-end digital asset management and preservation solution for libraries, archives, museums and other institutions, enabling institutions to safely and securely collect, manage, publish, deliver, and ensure longevity for digital information of many different types. With Rosetta’s unique content preservation planning module and its Format Library knowledge base, shared by the entire Rosetta community, institutions can identify format risks, evaluate mitigation alternatives, and select the best preservation actions.

As part of the Ex Libris family, Rosetta reflects Ex Libris’ involvement in industry standards and commitment to extensibility and open architecture. Ex Libris continually invests in supporting the community and in ensuring that its users will benefit from the latest industry and community developments.

Ex Libris joins Foundation members from archives, libraries, research institutions, universities, and service providers collaborating on shared solutions for effective and efficient digital preservation.

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US OCLC in deal with leading publishers worldwide - 02 Jun 2017

Global library cooperative OCLC has signed agreements with distinguished publishers from around the world to add metadata for high quality books, e-books, journals, databases and other materials that will make their content discoverable through WorldCat Discovery.

OCLC has agreements in place with 315 publishers and information providers to supply metadata to facilitate discovery and access to key resources relevant to researchers, faculty and students.

WorldCat Discovery provides over 2.8 billion records of electronic, digital and physical resources, including articles, books, dissertations and audiovisual materials in support of libraries and information seekers.

Metadata from many of these publishers will also be made available to users through other OCLC services based on individual agreements. Details about how this metadata may be used in library management workflows will be communicated to OCLC users as the data is available.

By providing metadata and other descriptive content, these partnerships help libraries represent their electronic and physical collections more completely and efficiently.

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