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Crohn's&Colitis Foundation and Oxford University Press announce publishing partnership
- 20 Sep 2017

The Crohn's&Colitis Foundation and Oxford University Press have entered into a new partnership to publish the Foundation's journal Inflammatory Bowels Diseases, beginning in 2018.

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases is the first journal dedicated exclusively to inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD). It brings the most current information in clinical and basic sciences to physicians caring for IBD patients and investigators performing research in IBD and related fields. Each issue contains cutting-edge articles on diagnosis, treatment, and management of IBD as well as detailed information about the mechanisms and factors that underpin the pathophysiology of IBD from clinicians and researchers around the world. Coverage includes articles highlighting the unique and important issues in pediatric IBD, as well as articles pertaining to adult patients.

Dr. Bret Lashner and Dr. Fabio Cominelli serve as editors of the journal.

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TRAILS selects ProQuest's Academic Complete and College Complete
- 20 Sep 2017

Treasure State Academic Information and Library Services (TRAILS), a consortium of 24 colleges and universities throughout Montana, has chosen ProQuest Academic Complete® and College Complete ebook collection subscriptions to provide high-quality content and a powerful, intuitive user experience to its thousands of students, faculty and researchers.

Academic Complete and College Complete are renowned as foundational, multi-disciplinary resources with unlimited, multi-user access. Subscriptions are hand-curated by ProQuest's on-staff librarians and tie to curriculum and graduation rate trending. The subscriptions grow up to 10 percent annually, ensuring library collections meet emerging research needs.

Users will access Academic Complete and College Complete through the ProQuest Ebook Central® ebook platform. Developed with extensive user testing, the Ebook Central® platform is designed specifically for the researcher's workflow, supporting quick, effective discovery, evaluation, and access. Additionally, it provides time-saving tools for note-taking, highlighting, and citing that are used while researching, keeping users in context and reducing disruptions while they work.

Ebook Central also streamlines librarian workflows. The LibCentral administrative core includes robust tools for selection across a range of acquisition models, including Access-to-Own, that enable librarians to maximise every budget dollar. Rich reporting and analytics such as real-time usage and expenditure summaries allow assessment of the libraries' subscriptions, owned collections and DDA activity. Librarians can even customise the patron experience from within LibCentral.

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The Society of Scholarly Publishing becomes London Info International 2017 Association supporter
- 20 Sep 2017

London Info International has announced that the Society of Scholarly Publishing (SSP) is to be an Association supporter. Current SSP members will be entitled to special discounts to attend the LII conference.

SSP joins LII's growing list of supporters including SLA Europe (Association), Outsell (Research Partner), STM Publishing News, Research Information, Scope e-Knowledge Center and Wired.gov (Media Partners).

More than just another conference, London Info International 2017 is an independent platform that enables discussions, engages communities, shares knowledge and drives change with influencers, users and providers of information across all disciplines. LII 2017 is independent and inclusive. It exists to bring together a community of engaged information professionals to improve outcomes in research, education and business.

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ACS Publications endorses publishing trade group's approach towards ResearchGate
- 19 Sep 2017

The Publications Division of the American Chemical Society supports the constructive and user-friendly solution that the International Association of Scientific Technical and Medical Publishers (STM) has proposed to ResearchGate, a venture capital-funded commercial sharing website. STM's offer was sent to ResearchGate on behalf of its member publishers.

The proposed approach would enable ResearchGate to operate its scholarly collaboration network service in compliance with copyright laws, and in a manner consistent with whatever access and usage rights have been agreed upon between authors and the scientific journals in which they have published.

Simultaneously, the proposed solution would enable authors to share their published research with interested colleagues in a seamless way.

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Hindawi and AAAS sign publishing partnership
- 18 Sep 2017

Hindawi has announced the signing of a publishing partnership agreement with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Hindawi will support AAAS by providing post-acceptance publishing services for AAAS's new Science Partner Journal publishing program. AAAS anticipates its first partner journal will launch in early 2018.

The Science Partner Journals will use Hindawi's systems, processes, and staff for the management of accepted manuscripts during the production and proofing phase. A new journal platform will also be created to host the published articles. All articles published in the journal will be fully Open Access, using a Creative Commons attribution license (CC-BY 4.0).

Hindawi's Publishing Partnerships program provides expertise and the use of propriety systems to publishers or societies looking to develop their own Open Access offerings. Their in-house systems were designed from scratch with an OA-first philosophy. Partners benefit from the use of these systems while keeping their own identity through the option for bespoke design. The program has already delivered the successful conversion of nine Wiley subscription journals into fully Open Access as part of the Wiley-Hindawi partnership, but the venture with AAAS will see the first new journal launch of the program.

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