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Mark Allen Group selects LibLynx to manage access to online publications
- 10 Jun 2015

Mark Allen Group, a UK-based media business, has chosen LibLynx Connect to manage access to select online publications across institutional and corporate markets, with the potential for extending management to individual customers in future.

LibLynx Connect is a cloud-based access management solution supporting a wide range of user authentication methods and access business models. It offers publishers a cost-effective way to maximise access to their online products and services access across a wide range of customer types.

Mark Allen Group was looking to extend and simplify access management across a number of titles and technical platforms.

LibLynx provides high-availability cloud-based Access Management solutions for publishers. LibLynx Connect delivers visitor authentication and authorisation through an API that greatly simplifies integration with internal systems to automate valuable business processes. A web-based CRM enables access to be managed across all customer types and business models from a single tool.

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Retraction Watch and PRE partner to support journals and editors in providing quality content
- 15 Sep 2014

Retraction Watch, launched in 2010 in an effort to increase the transparency of the retraction process among scholarly publication, and PRE (Peer Review Evaluation), which was formed to support publishers in promoting trust and transparency related to peer review, will work together to share information related to article retractions.

Services by both Retraction Watch and PRE are efforts to assist the scholarly community by promoting best practices in journal publishing. With over 28,000 journals published in 2013, it is increasingly difficult for users to make determinations around quality. The guidelines and services offered by both organisations will support those journals and editors who work hard to provide the best material to their audience.

Retraction Watch will be releasing their guidelines related to journal retraction policies in the coming months. PRE-val, PRE's flagship product will include links from their service to the new Retraction Watch guidelines.

When a user clicks the PRE-val badge, a report is opened which contains information related to the journal practices and the peer review process conducted on the article. Retraction policies are included along with journal plagiarism screening, use of ORCID, membership in COPE, and other best practices engaged in by quality journals.

PRE and Retraction Watch have also agreed to work together on additional initiatives that will serve to educate and assist the scholarly publishing community at large.

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Helicon Books announces new EPUB online preview products for digital publishers and ebook store owners
- 22 Aug 2014

Ebook production house Helicon Books has announced that its two new products - EPUB Preview and Createpreview - allow digital book store owners and publishers to display a preview of an EPUB file in an online viewer window or create a shorter version of the book for an eBook version. The new online Preview invented by Helicon Books enables the display of a reader-like window allowing users to page through the first few chapters of a book.

The EPUB preview reads the original book. The publisher can dictate the number of chapters to display and the software will automatically present them, preserving the structure of the original eBook. The process is easy, intuitive, and saves the time and resources of the online book store manager.

The EPUB Preview works in any standard browser supporting JavaScript.

EPUB Preview uses Helicon Books' secure social DRM server. When uploading a book to the server, the user can specify the number of chapters (files) for preview. After uploading, the store owner receives a simple JavaScript code that can be implemented in any website, or even on a Facebook page using iframe.

The JavaScript code displays a clickable button which opens a new small browser window with an embedded EPUB reader. This reading application is limited to the specified number of chapters. The content itself is fed through the server and thus it is impossible to access any content other than what the store manager intends to display.

This product is easily implemented in any website.

Createpreview is a free open source tool which creates a preview eBook. This product creates a new preview version of the book with a specified number of chapters and allows the customer to download and preview the book before purchase. Publishers and eBook store managers will no longer have to spend lots of time creating custom individual demo versions of each book. This new preview eBook conforms to the International Digital Publishing Forum's new recommendations for EPUB preview.

Helicon Books will present their products in October at the world's largest book and media fair, the Frankfurt Book Fair in Frankfurt, Germany, at Hall 8 F46.

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ePals Corporation launches enhanced services for educational publishers worldwide
- 27 Jun 2013

Education media company ePals Corporation announced the launch of enhanced services for educational publishers worldwide. These end-to-end services enable providers of curriculum, quality resources and learning activities to distribute their content into classrooms, schools and homes globally.

Using the new Learning Centers, publishers can create communities wrapped around their content, embed engaging projects and learning activities, and make these available locally or globally as desired by the publisher. The ToolsForSchool service provides an online marketplace for teachers and publishers to sell and share content through a range of online storefronts. Educators, students and parents can browse free and premium offerings across the full range of pre-kindergarten through high school levels and multiple languages including English, Spanish and Mandarin.

The more than 50 launch partners highlighted today by ePals - from leading international brands to venture-backed companies and "teacherpreneurs" - demonstrate the end-to-end global breadth and potential of ePals' Publisher Learning Centers and ToolsForSchool digital marketplace:

McGraw-Hill Education extended its relationship with ePals to include both Social Studies and World Languages content, available to millions of McGraw-Hill Education users online and in their textbooks, as well as to ePals users globally.

Smithsonian Institution has enhanced its Learning Center and is joining ToolsForSchool with ARTLAB+; and the International Reading Association and a host of publishers from across Europe have launches planned for Q3.

Next-generation publishers the Maker Education Association, InspirED Educators and EdgeMakers, Inc. founded by former Harvard Business School Professor and noted expert on global innovation John Kao, have become publisher partners.

"Teacherpreneurs" have been steadily setting up ToolsForSchool shops in anticipation of their "back to school" launch. This includes Joli Barker, a 2nd grade teacher at Slaughter Elementary School in McKinney, TX, the 2013 TCEA Classroom Teacher of the Year, and 2011 and 2012 US Microsoft Partners in Learning Innovative Educator Award winner.

Specifically engineered to meet the needs of large and small educational publishers, schools, teachers, students, and parents, ePals Publisher Services provides ePals partners with the ability to easily bring content to international markets and grow revenue.

Publisher Learning Centers are provided on a licensed basis, with optional customisation and marketing services. Merchants in ToolsForSchool give a nominal revenue share to ePals. The expansion of content across the ePals network offers ePals members and publishers' existing user bases a dynamic and growing resource and community for project and activity-based learning experiences that foster 21st century skills.

HarperCollins to adopt global publishing system to enhance operations
- 12 Oct 2012

English language publisher HarperCollins Publishers, Germany, has announced that it will roll out a new global publishing system, called Global Product Manager. The system, developed in partnership with Publishing Technology, will enable HarperCollins to unify editorial, marketing and business data around the world, widening the reach of its print and digital publications in its core target markets.

The system will be rolled out first in the US, followed by the UK and subsequently Canada, Australia and to the Christian Publishing Division through 2013.

By integrating systems and assets across the globe, the new centralised system seeks to provide the company with the long term infrastructure needed to maximise its catalogue of books, e-books and apps. It will reportedly transform the way staff view, manage and share product information throughout the publishing lifecycle.

Built on Publishing Technology's platform, Global Product Manager is seen to empower HarperCollins staff to explore current and future content delivery types and business models, while enabling better metadata management that will improve the discoverability of its products.

The other expected benefits include greater visibility, consistency and reliability of product data; best-in-class metadata maintenance to drive marketing strategies; and the ability to better leverage rights, aggregate content and create new business models. The system is also seen to offer robust scheduling and tracking capability to monitor cost and performance; improved relationships with retailers and authors through improved access to data; and best-practice sharing of information across geographical regions.

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Sheridan to develop full-text app for Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
- 06 Sep 2012

The American Society of Nephrology (ASN) has enlisted Dartmouth Journal Services (DJS) and The Sheridan Technology Lab to develop a full-text journal application for its publication Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (CJASN). Built for Apple and Android platforms, it launches in September 2012.

The CJASN app, which is available free of charge, will allow readers to keep up-to-date with the latest research and commentary published monthly in CJASN.

Among the app's features is immediate access to publish-ahead-of-print (CJASN ePress) abstracts and full text articles, complete with images and tables. Users can view, bookmark, and download articles as well as search full-text content. Article share is also available through email, Facebook, and Twitter – users can follow the latest information about ASN through fully integrated Facebook and Twitter feeds.

In November 2011, Sheridan also developed and launched a full-text app for ASN publication Journal of The American Society of Nephrology, titled JASN.

Sheridan’s ongoing commitment to developing and providing the latest publishing technology advancements extends beyond Full-Text and Alert Apps to include Sheridan Mobile Alerts, Sheridan Mobile Editions, Sheridan Mobile ePrints, and Sheridan Print-to-Mobile QR Codes.

Five American Psychiatric Publishing journals now being produced through Dartmouth Journal Services
- 16 Feb 2012

Journal production services provider Dartmouth Journal Services (DJS), part of The Sheridan Group, US, has announced that five American Psychiatric Publishing (APP) journals are now being produced through DJS. The journals are: The American Journal of Psychiatry, The Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, Psychiatric Services, FOCUS: The Journal of Lifelong Learning in Psychiatry and Academic Psychiatry. Print and distribution will be handled by Dartmouth Printing Company.

Work began transitioning in December of 2011 and will encompass pre-copyedit processing, composition, and electronic deliverables as well as print production, distribution, and back issue storage and fulfillment for the titles.

American Psychiatric Publishing (APP) is a division of the American Psychiatric Association. It offers authoritative, up-to-date and affordable information geared toward psychiatrists, other mental health professionals, psychiatric residents, medical students and the general public.

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Dartmouth Journal Services to manage all production services for four ASPET journals
- 13 Feb 2012

Journal production services provider Dartmouth Journal Services (DJS), part of The Sheridan Group, US, has announced that beginning with the first issues of 2013, DJS will manage all production services for four ASPET journals. The journals are: The Journal of Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics (JPET), Molecular Pharmacology (MOL), Drug Metabolism and Disposition (DMD) and Pharmacological Reviews (PharmRev).

ASPET has long been at the forefront of pharmacological research and education aimed at fighting existing and emerging diseases. A founding member of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, ASPET is in its 104th year.

Among the services DJS will manage for ASPET’s titles are: DJS’s exclusive EditExpress pre-copyediting, all copyediting and issue management, graphics processing, eGalley composition, the Author Center portal for author proof delivery, continuous article publishing, full XML electronic deliverables, funded article submission, and author reprints.

ASPET is a professional society of 4,700 pharmacologists conducting research in academia, industry, and government. The scientific society publishes four journals covering a wide range of pharmacological topics.

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Marianne Calilhanna named Really Strategies' Director of Marketing
- 08 Feb 2012

Content solutions and services provider Really Strategies Inc., US, has announced the promotion of Marianne Calilhanna to director of marketing. Marianne started her career with Really Strategies in 2001 as a consultant helping publishers re-engineer content structure and editorial processes.

In 2004 she changed positions to formalise the marketing efforts of Really Strategies and has since created a department that focuses on lead generation and brand development across the RSuite and DocZone product lines. She is instrumental in integrating database tools and social media channels to promote Really Strategies, RSuite, and DocZone. Marianne also leads the planning and management of the annual RSuite User Conference, which attracts more than 150 publishing executives.

Marianne is an active member of the Society for Scholarly Publishing Development Committee and participates in the Book Industry Study Group discussion forums. She has worked in all aspects of the production and editorial food chain in publishing organisations and is well versed in the business benefits of structured markup.

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Dartmouth Journal Services launches mobile journal application for The Endocrine Society
- 15 Aug 2011

Journal production services provider Dartmouth Journal Services (DJS), part of The Sheridan Group, US, recently launched a mobile journal application for The Endocrine Society. The free Endo Pubs iPhone app became available in the iTunes App Store on May 23, 2011 with future releases of an iPad-optimised version and Android version scheduled for later this year.

Developed as a content discovery application, the Endo Pubs app features access to article abstracts for four Endocrine Society journals - The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, Endocrinology, Molecular Endocrinology and Endocrine Reviews. The app also provides content search, user selected ‘My List’ or bookmarking of articles for later use, and social sharing of article links via email. In conjunction with The Endocrine Society ENDO 2011 Annual Meeting, full access to the entire library of Annual Meeting Abstracts has been added.

Forthcoming updates to the app will provide users with added control over the app behaviour through expanded settings, the ability to receive content from multiple RSS feeds, and the ability to share content via Twitter and Facebook. Users will also have the ability to follow The Endocrine Society on Twitter and Facebook and receive new content alerts from the automatic alert system. Additionally, The Endocrine Society will gain advertising support and receive real time usage statistics via Google Analytics to assist them in identifying and addressing emerging trends.

Sheridan’s Mobile Alert application is the most recent offering in an expanding suite of proprietary technology solutions. Mobile Alerts are customised mobile content delivery mechanisms that can feature article abstract viewing or full-text article access, per the publisher’s request. Sheridan Mobile Alerts are compatible with the predominant mobile platforms, including iOS (iPhone and iPad) and Android. All are built on top of a scalable and configurable XML-based Mobile Content Delivery System (MCDS) that handles the content import, conversion, management, and distribution.

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Jouve Group exhibiting at London Book Fair
- 12 Apr 2011

XML and e-book conversion services provider Jouve Group, France, has announced that it is exhibiting at the ongoing London Book Fair, April 11-13, 2011, at stand W600- Digital Zone. The company is demonstrating to publishers how to convert, enrich and distribute their content in all digital and print formats. With more than 100,000 eBooks produced in 2010, mainly for the American market, Jouve also partners Sony, Barnes & Noble, the Hachette group in Europe and the United States, Penguin, Wiley and Apple.

Jouve claims to offer a high-performance digital conversion process that's personalised and 100 percent compliant with Apple specifications. It now offers publishers an easy way to directly convert their catalogue to standard or enhanced eBooks for the iBookstore. The iBookstore is included with the free iBooks app available for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.

The company recently organised a worldwide publishing event in Paris. More than 120 presidents and CEOs, from Europe, North America and Asia, representing more than 12 nationalities, met to network, reflect and share the collective intelligence at the top of the publishing industry. Topics discussed included - 'how to design and market new digital products', 'how to change the model', and 'new challenges and best practices in digital publishing'. Speakers from major international publishing houses exchanged views on a variety of subjects including digital solutions for higher education, the role of social media in publishing, and the use of multimedia and gaming.

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Cadmus Communications launches new mobile and desktop content delivery platform
- 04 Apr 2011

Content management and production services provider Cadmus Communications, US, has announced the launch of a new mobile and desktop content delivery platform for journals, books, magazines and reprints. Cadmus Mobile dPub is an e-delivery system that allows publishers to distribute content easily on any mobile device via a browser-flexible interface. A single link allows for distribution to iPhone, iPad, Android brand phones and tablets, all smart phones and desktop.

Mobile dPub uses print PDF as the input file which is formatted and uploaded for immediate access from any browser-capable device. There is no need to create an application or sell through the branded marketplaces. If an application-delivered product is part of a company's strategy, the system allows for content to be wrapped as a native application and available through the Apple and Android marketplaces, with additional distribution channels to be offered soon.

Content can be securely delivered and managed through a subscription management tool with all of the revenue captured by the publisher. The tool provides for independent import of subscriber lists, subscriber management and payment processing.

Mobile dPub allows customisation of presentations and supports rich media applications including video, pop-ups, web links, RSS feeds and social media. The text only reading mode is ideal for reading on smaller screen devices and web analytics and reports are easily generated.

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DJS to provide production services for Pediatrics and Pediatrics in Review journals
- 23 Mar 2011

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has awarded copyediting, composition, electronic deliverables and print production of Pediatrics and Pediatrics in Review to Dartmouth Journal Services (DJS) and Dartmouth Printing Company (DPC) beginning with the 2012 issues. DJS will also provide content preparation services for NeoReviews and Pediatrics Digital Abstracts edition as part of the 2012 agreement.

Pediatrics has the highest 5-year impact factor among all journals in the field of pediatrics and reaches 91,000 professionals monthly, worldwide. The most cited journal in the field of pediatrics, Pediatrics has been in publication since 1948. Pediatrics in Review is a monthly continuing medical education (CME) journal.

Dartmouth Journal Services provides a full complement of journal production services, including redactory, composition, electronic data preparation and online publishing. DJS specialises in peer-reviewed journals which require full editorial support.

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Cadmus Communications launches eBook data conversion platform, ePublish
- 03 Mar 2011

Content management and production services provider Cadmus Communications, US, a Cenveo company, has announced the launch of ePublish, a new eBook data conversion platform. ePublish combines the company's specialised technical expertise with a robust systems infrastructure to meet customer needs and quickly deliver high-quality eBook files for any device.

ePublish features conversion services for books, journals and magazines, and accepts any input file, including XML, HTML, PDF, and application files. The platform supports both enriched and interactive content, and features integrated content enhancement and metadata creation. Customisable tools allow for template-specific conversions.

In addition, ePublish manages complex content, including graphics, math and tabular, and can easily integrate language conversions. According to Cadmus, the development infrastructure of ePublish adapts quickly to changes in device technology, and reduces costs by providing multiple device files from one process.

Cadmus Communications provides end-to-end, integrated graphic communications services to professional publishers, not-for-profit societies, and corporations. The company claims to be one of the world's largest providers of content management and production services to publishers.

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DJS to provide production services for American Diabetes Association journals
- 28 Sep 2010

Journal production services provider Dartmouth Journal Services (DJS), part of The Sheridan Group, US, has announced a partnership with the American Diabetes Association. Under the deal, DJS will offer copyediting, issue management, and composition services to help the Association enhance, streamline, and improve the front-end workflow of two of its premier publications - Diabetes and Diabetes Care.

Slated to begin with the 2011 issues of each title, this collaboration will include the adoption of a highly advanced composition structure through DJS's proprietary service, eGalley. Additional services include production tracking and an electronic author order center for article reprints.

A monthly publication, Diabetes Care provides healthcare practitioners information critical to promoting better management of people with diabetes. Diabetes, also distributed monthly, publishes original research about the physiology and pathophysiology of diabetes mellitus.

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Atex placed in the Gartner 2010 Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management report
- 31 Aug 2010

Integrated content management and advertising systems provider Atex, UK, has announced that it has been positioned in the Gartner 2010 Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management report.

To be considered for the Magic Quadrant, companies had to satisfy a strict list of qualification criteria, which included annual Web CMS revenues greater than $10 million and customer references with more than 50 contributing authors and 500,000 average monthly page views. In selecting vendors for inclusion in the Magic Quadrant, Gartner chose systems on the basis of three sets of capabilities - usability, interoperability and consumability. Of the 17 companies selected, the Atex Polopoly system was singled out for its potential to optimise and monetise advertising as part of the total Web content management experience.

In 2009, Atex digital revenues represented 56 percent of its new business, reflecting the transformation taking place within the media industry as it moves from print-centric to Web-based business models. In addition, Atex recently completed successful go-lives of its Polopoly Web CMS system in vertical markets such as online gaming, STM (Scientific, Technical and Medical), broadcast, and corporate environments.


Reed Construction Data and Info Tech announce data distribution alliance
- 30 Jul 2010

Construction information provider Reed Construction Data (RCD), US, a division of Reed Business Information, and Info Tech, Inc., (Info Tech) have announced an alliance to offer RCD subscribers project information, plans and specifications from the Iowa, Michigan, New Jersey, and West Virginia Departments of Transportation (DOT).

Info Tech provides hosted Internet bidding services through its Bid Express service, and serves 35 major state agencies and a growing number of local agencies. Launched in 1997, the Bid Express Internet bidding service has handled billions of dollars annually in bid submissions from thousands of bidders, greatly reducing both the effort and risks associated with the old-fashioned paper methods.

Info Tech will electronically provide real-time data to RCD for inclusion in RCD's Reed Connect, Reed Bulletin and SmartProject News platforms. All RCD subscribers currently receiving DOT project information from these states will receive data from the Info Tech service at no additional charge.

Info Tech and RCD expect this alliance to expand significantly over the coming months, adding additional state agencies and additional content to the automated feed.

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Cadmus unveils XML-to-EPUB conversion service for scholarly publishers
- 06 Apr 2010

Content management and production services provider Cadmus Communications, US, has announced the release of an automated XML-to-EPUB conversion service. The service will provide digital content to EPUB-compliant e-book devices, such as the Apple iPad, for the scholarly publishing community.

EPUB is an industry standard structure developed by the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF) that combines textual and rich media content in a single containerised format. While there are several device-specific e-book formats, EPUB is claimed to be supported by many devices and computer applications. Apple has reportedly specified EPUB as its preferred format for e-books for the iPad.

Cadmus, a Cenveo company, has developed an automated process to transform the NLM XML standard for the STM community, based on the National Library of Medicine's journal publishing and archiving DTDs, into the EPUB format. This conversion is projected to quickly and efficiently create an e-book reader compliant product derived from the same content currently used for print and online deliverables. Publishers that have adopted the NLM DTDs as a means of maintaining content structure can now expect to benefit from the automated process to expand the distribution channels for their content.

The automated transformation of NLM XML to EPUB is expected to allow publishers to leverage and extend the reach of their content with significantly reduced cost and time to market. The latest release is projected to fulfill a long-stated goal of the company to provide standards-based solutions that are highly automated, flexible and efficient.

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American Physiological Society extends multi-year deal with Cadmus Communications
- 26 Feb 2010

Content management and production services provider Cadmus Communications, a Cenveo company, has announced that it has been awarded a four-year contract extension by the American Physiological Society (APS). Under the deal, Cadmus will provide a full range of journal production services including composition, content management, and printing for all of APS’ scholarly journals.

APS is a nonprofit society devoted to fostering education, scientific research and the dissemination of information in the physiological sciences. The relationship between Cadmus and APS dates back decades and has been sustained by collaborative efforts to meet the publishing objectives of APS.

Cadmus provides end-to-end, integrated graphic communications services to professional publishers, not-for-profit societies, associations and corporations. The company claims to be the world's largest provider of content management and production services to scientific, technical and medical (STM) journal publishers.

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Taylor & Francis UK Journals names Cadmus’ KGL their Top Supplier for 2009
- 22 Feb 2010

Content management and production services provider Cadmus Communications, a Cenveo company, has announced that Taylor & Francis (T&F) UK Journals has named KnowledgeWorks Global Limited (KGL) as the top supplier in 2009 for overall performance. KGL is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cadmus.

Taylor & Francis publishes nearly 1,200 academic journals and 3,000 books annually. The partnership between T&F and KGL has been successfully working for nearly six years and has kept pace with the evolving needs of T&F’s publishing programme.

Cadmus provides end-to-end, integrated graphic communications services to professional publishers, not-for-profit societies, associations and corporations. The company claims to be the world's largest provider of content management and production services to scientific, technical and medical (STM) journal publishers.

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DJS to provide production services for the Journal of the American Academy of Audiology
- 19 Feb 2010

Journal production services provider Dartmouth Journal Services (DJS), part of The Sheridan Group, US, has announced a partnership with the American Academy of Audiology. Under the deal, DJS has been awarded the production and printing of the Academy’s peer-reviewed publication, Journal of the American Academy of Audiology (JAAA).

Issued 10 times in a year, the JAAA publishes articles and clinical reports in all areas of audiology, including audiological assessment, amplification, aural habilitation and rehabilitation, auditory electrophysiology, vestibular assessment, and hearing science.

Dartmouth Journal Services provides a full complement of journal production services, including redactory, composition, electronic data preparation and online publishing. DJS specialises in peer-reviewed journals which require full editorial support.

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Dartmouth Journal Services goes live with PNAS
- 09 Feb 2010

Journal production services provider Dartmouth Journal Services (DJS), part of The Sheridan Group, US, has announced the successful transition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). DJS provides full service copyediting, composition, online deliverables, print production, back issue fulfillment, author billing and reprint services for PNAS.

PNAS claims to be one of the world's most-cited multidisciplinary scientific serials. Since its establishment in 1914, it continues to publish research reports, commentaries, reviews, perspectives, colloquium papers, and actions of the Academy. Coverage in PNAS spans the biological, physical, and social sciences. PNAS is published weekly in print, and daily online in PNAS Early Edition (http://www.pnas.org).

Dartmouth Journal Services provides a full complement of journal production services, including copyediting, issue management, composition and electronic data preparation for online publishing. DJS specialises in peer-reviewed journals which require full editorial support.

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