Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) December 16, 2014
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) announce their participation with Boston-based publishing software company ReadCube to index their journal collection with ReadCube’s Discover service. All 16 titles, including AIAA’s predecessor society journals, have been fully indexed and are searchable across ReadCube’s web, desktop, and mobile reading portals, plus search engines and recommendation feeds.
“Innovation in accessibility and reading is incredibly important to our mission and to our readers,” said Megan Scheidt, Managing Director, Products and Programs. “ReadCube’s technology enables us not only to continue to improve the reading experience of AIAA content but also make it easy to discover.”
Within ReadCube’s Discover service, in addition to deep indexing, all AIAA articles will be enhanced with ReadCube’s signature reading interface, featuring hyperlinked in-line citations, annotations, clickable author names, instant access to supplemental content and figures, social sharing, and altmetrics.
“We look forward to working with AIAA to better support our community of researchers in the aerospace field,” said Robert McGrath, CEO and co-founder of ReadCube.
AIAA is the world’s largest technical society dedicated to the global aerospace profession. With more than 35,000 individual members worldwide, and 100 corporate members, AIAA brings together industry, academia, and government to advance engineering and science in aviation, space, and defense. For more information, visit http://www.aiaa.org.
ReadCube develops software to make the world of research more accessible and connected. Its free desktop application for PC and Mac helps researchers in any discipline easily organize and manage existing article libraries, and discover new literature through searches and daily personalized recommendations. ReadCube offers a suite of innovative services to publishers, including Readcube Discover, ReadCube Connect and ReadCube Check-out. ReadCube’s publisher technologies have been adopted by partners such as Nature Publishing Group, Frontiers, Wiley, Annual Reviews, Palgrave, and SciELO. Harvard researchers Robert McGrath and Siniša Hrvatin founded Labtiva in 2007, which now has offices in Cambridge, MA and Zagreb, Croatia, and is supported by Digital Science, a technology division of Macmillan Science and Education. To find out more about ReadCube, visit: http://www.readcube.com. For publisher inquiries, contact publishers(AT)readcube.com