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Taylor&Francis enters agreement to adopt PubGrade's integrated advertising platform
- 19 Sep 2018

Academic publisher Taylor&Francis has entered into an agreement with PubGrade GmbH to adopt its integrated advertising platform: PubGrade for Publishers.

PubGrade's platform-as-a-service solution: PubGrade for Publishers provides the Journals division of Taylor and Francis with an integrated advertising platform that enables the commercial Sales team to offer their clients cutting-edge digital advertising solutions.

According to Alexander Golubowitsch, PubGrade Co-Founder, the platform is not functionally restricted to any scientific fields and works on detailed full text knowledge about each individual article in the publisher's portfolio. It provides digital ad Sales teams with the ability to offer granular contextual targeting, forecasting, real-time monitoring and detailed client reporting across scalable content inventory. It removes workflow roadblocks for large and small Sales, Production and Ad Ops teams, creating a collaborative and efficient environment.

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CAS and iChemLabs partner to optimise efficiency with SciFinder-n
- 18 Sep 2018

CAS, a division of the American Chemical Society, has partnered with iChemLabs to optimise the efficiency of chemical structure drawing in SciFindern, especially in touch devices, using ChemDoodle®. Built on the trusted chemical research collection from CAS, SciFindern sets a new standard with remarkably relevant search, incredible ease of use and answers you can take right to the lab.

With SciFindern, researchers can now add important chemical context to keyword searches with the addition of chemical structures. Reactions, substances and references can be searched at the same time. The most relevant results are returned with the first search, through the best chemical relevancy engine and powerful, comprehensive filters for rapid focus developed by scientists and technologists at CAS.

Research indicates that scientists spend more than 50 percent of their time looking for information as opposed to doing research. SciFindern is specifically developed to reduce this burden and help researchers identify the best place to start their research. New content includes immediate access to full-text patents, with pointers to query-relevant pages within the documents; step-by-step synthetic protocols derived directly from the literature; and new synthesis prediction tools exclusive to SciFindern.

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ARL joins Global Sustainability Coalition for Open Science Services
- 17 Sep 2018

The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) has become a member of the Global Sustainability Coalition for Open Science Services (SCOSS), an initiative aimed at stabilising a vital infrastructure of freely available open science (OS) services. In joining SCOSS, the Association is becoming part of an international effort to strategically and systematically focus on sustaining open access (OA) and OS services.

As a member, ARL will occupy a seat on the SCOSS Board while also participating in the SCOSS Advisory and Executive groups, helping guide future development of the coalition and participating in the vetting of potential SCOSS funding candidates.

SCOSS provides a framework for libraries, policy makers, and other stakeholders to collectively fund and secure the growing infrastructure of non-commercial services on which, in many ways, the OA and OS community at large depend. Having officially launched in late 2017, SCOSS is in the midst of its first-round funding call for two Board-vetted services: the Directory of Open Access Journals and SHERPA/RoMEO.

To date, SCOSS has attracted pledged funding totalling in excess of 680,000 Euros from library consortia and individual libraries as well as research institutes and universities in Europe, Australia, Africa, and North America. Among these are 28 US and Canadian universities and libraries.

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ESSOAr selects Hypothesis to enable open annotation on open discovery and dissemination service
- 17 Sep 2018

AGU, Atypon, and Hypothesis have announced the selection of Hypothesis' open source annotation framework to provide annotation capabilities on the Earth and Space Science Open Archive (ESSOAr), the open discovery and dissemination service for early research outputs, including preprints and posters presented at major scientific meetings. Launch of the new feature is expected in early 2019.

ESSOAr is a joint initiative between the American Geophysical Union (AGU) and Atypon, with generous support for its initial development from Wiley, AGU's publishing partner. It provides researchers across the Earth and space sciences with a place to post preprints and posters on a freely accessible platform.

The ESSOAr integration of annotation with Hypothesis will take advantage of its new publisher group functionality, enabling ESSOAr to create a branded and moderated layer for conversation and collaboration across posted content.

The addition of annotation to ESSOAr will complement the growing number of preprint servers that have added annotation.

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Ingram Publisher Services adds three new technical publishers to its sales and distribution network
- 14 Sep 2018

Ingram Publisher Services has announced the addition of three new technical and professional publisher clients to its sales and distribution network. Publishers include Hanser Publications; The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET); and International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).

Ingram Publisher Services will handle all distribution activities for these client publishers including warehousing, invoicing and collection, customer service and data management, and will provide sales representation to Amazon. In addition, IPS will handle sales representation to Baker and Taylor and Follett for IET and ISTE.

This partnership will support IET's growing portfolio of academic books, enabling greater distribution of the latest engineering and technology research to a wider market and aiding its mission to inspire, inform and influence the global engineering community, supporting technology innovation to meet the needs of society.

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