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Copyright Clearance Center announces enhancements to RightFind XML for Mining
- 24 May 2017

Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. (CCC), a global provider of content management, copyright licensing, discovery and delivery solutions, has announced enhancements to RightFind® XML for Mining, a cloud-based solution enabling users to quickly identify and download a corpus of full-text XML articles from more than 50 multiple publishers through a single source. With these new features, CCC enables users with no previous experience to harness the benefits of semantic enrichment, reducing manual processes and increasing efficiency in research.

Building on CCC's existing partnership with SciBite, a provider of semantic solutions for the life sciences and pharmaceutical industries, RightFind XML for Mining now provides a powerful new semantic search workflow through a 'one-click' integration with SciBite's DOCstore product, a faceted search repository for semantically enriched text. The integration enables researchers to work efficiently and at scale within a fully hosted, end-to-end solution for scientific literature licensing, access and normalisation, semantic enrichment and semantic search.

RightFind XML for Mining includes more than 8,000 journal titles representing more than 50 participating publishers, more than 8 million full-text articles in normalized XML format and more than 18 million additional MEDLINE citations and abstracts - the only solution in the market today that provides licensing and access to such a breadth of machine-readable content.

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EBSCO Information Services introduces Accel5
- 23 May 2017

Accel5, a new micro-learning solution designed to help time-strapped employees strengthen soft skills, is now available from EBSCO Corporate Solutions, a division of EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO). Accel5 supports continuous, self-directed learning by providing best practices from leading business authors, coaches and executives.

Accel5 provides concise, actionable content to enable employees to develop critical soft skills such as communication, teamwork, leadership, innovation, managing change and many more. Content is designed to be consumed in five minutes or less, making Accel5 ideal for busy professionals at all career levels-from millennials to seasoned executives.

Accel5 uniquely enables employees to learn from the best of the best in three different formats: videos, book summaries and articles. Brand new videos feature thought leaders such as Dan Pink, Liz Wiseman, Marshall Goldsmith and Tim Sanders. Books from top authors and publishers, including Harvard Business Review Press, are summarised in audio and text with a focus on key takeaways. Articles from key business magazines provide important insights. Concepts and ideas are diverse and actionable so employees can put learning into practice immediately. Fresh content is added every day to support continuous, self-directed learning.

Accel5 is accessible via a modern, fully mobile responsive interface that gives users seamless access to content anytime, anywhere, on any device. Accel5 is easily integrated into a company's existing Learning Management System, SharePoint or other platform, and can be customised to meet a company's learning priorities and branding requirements.

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RedLink announces testing partnership with Canadian Science Publishing for Remarq, a new editorial engagement tool for publishers
- 17 May 2017

RedLink has announced a testing partnership with Canadian Science Publishing (CSP) for Remarq, a new tool for publishers 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. Initially, Remarq is focused on article-level tools, such as private annotation, public comments, article sharing, and a basic user profile.

Remarq is currently available on CSP journals Arctic Science, Canadian Geotechnical Journal, and Canadian Journal of Plant Science. Over the coming weeks, the tool will grow to include editor-initiated polls and discussions, post-publication reviews and updates, article recommendations, content promotion options, author profile pages, and a single user profile that can be accessed across publishers and platforms. Remarq can be added to any journal site or portfolio.

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Altmetric attention data now available in Envision Pharma Group's LibraryTM scientific content management software
- 28 Apr 2017

Envision Pharma Group ('Envision'), a Medical Affairs-focused scientific communications and technology solutions provider, has announced that Library - Envision's searchable content management system for Medical Affairs materials, including publications and multimedia - will now feature attention data provided by data science company Altmetric.

The 'impact' of a peer-reviewed publication is an integral part of the assessment of the effectiveness of an individual publication or cumulatively, of a publication plan. While citations have long been considered the standard measure of publication impact, they may on occasions take months or years to emerge. The shift to an online publication environment and the rise of social media have allowed the real-time assessment of indicators of dissemination (eg, via Twitter), interest (eg, news coverage), and readership (eg, Mendeley). Envision has partnered with Altmetric to facilitate access to these informative data via the Library content management solution - part of the expanding iEnvision suite of medical project management software solutions.

Fully integrated into the publication details held within Library, Altmetric badges and associated attention scores provide constantly updated, at-a-glance indicators of the engagement relating to published articles, and permit click-through-access to the Altmetric.com website for more detailed information on the demographic, geographic, and contextual nature of these data.

Library is built on the iEnvision Medical Project Management platform, purpose-built to meet the needs of Medical Affairs and related functions. Library can be fully integrated with current versions of Datavision® (publications management), as well as other third-party and corporate applications.

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Clarivate Analytics releases Thomson IP Manager 4.5
- 28 Apr 2017

Clarivate Analytics, the source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, has announced its next release of Thomson IP Manager, featuring Microsoft Outlook integration; SAML 2.0-based single sign-on and USPTO PAIR. These features are available on both Enterprise and Cloud editions of Thomson IP Manager.

By integrating Microsoft Outlook, Thompson IP Manager 4.5 simplifies email document filing workflow processes, while also allowing entire emails, critical attachments or both, to be easily uploaded directly to a corresponding IP record. In addition, updating either a batch of records or an individual record provides an option for attaching the same document to multiple records at once, all of this more efficiently managing legal requirements related to document archives.

With the addition of industry standard SAML 2.0 protocol for a single sign-on user experience, users of the 4.5 version can now seamlessly work across Thomson IP Manager and any other SAML enabled applications.

Thomson IP Manager 4.5 also increases time saving and reduces risks associated with manual data errors because it allows downloads of PDF documents, and automatically dockets USPTO actions and correspondence. It also uses the patent pending Process Architect engine to streamline and automate daily docketing tasks.

These enhancements along with all previously available features in Thomson IP Manager allow organisations to derive exceptional value in optimizing their IP operations by streamlining processes, increasing operational efficiency and maximising productivity.

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