Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) August 13, 2014
Canadian Science Publishing (CSP), an independent, not-for-profit scholarly publisher, announces an agreement with Boston-based publishing technology company ReadCube, to enhance its content via ReadCube’s cross-platform reference management system.
CSP’s collection, including its 16 peer-reviewed journal titles published under the NRC Research Press banner, will be indexed by ReadCube Discover, enhancing the discoverability of its scholarly content by leveraging ReadCube’s web, desktop, and mobile reading portals, search engines, and recommendation feeds, used by more than 5.7 million researchers worldwide. All articles within those titles will be enhanced with ReadCube’s signature reading experience.
”ReadCube Discover is an exciting and innovative service that improves the reading experience for researchers while further extending the reach and discoverability of our content,” says Cameron Macdonald, Executive Director, CSP. “ We’re pleased to work with ReadCube to provide our authors and our readers with quality tools to help them successfully - and enjoyably - meet their publishing and research goals.”
ReadCube Discover enables CSP journals to be fully enhanced and discoverable within ReadCube's suite of scholarly tools. Across ReadCube’s web, desktop, and mobile applications, articles will be seamlessly enhanced to include helpful features such as hyperlinked in-line citations, annotations, clickable author names, direct access to supplemental content and figures, social sharing, and Altmetrics.
In addition to CSP’s NRC Research Press journals, a number of CSP client journals will also be taking part in ReadCube’s Discover service including: Canadian Institute of Community Studies, Canadian Young Scientist Journal, LymphoSign Journal LP, Alces, Canadian Institute of Forestry, Dietitians of Canada and Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors.
“We’re delighted to work Canadian Science Publishing and their publishing partners to make their content to accessible to those who rely on it to drive the scientific innovation,” says Robert McGrath, CEO.