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New functionality for Cambridge Journals Online

Developments enhance new and existing partnerships.

Cambridge  ()

Cambridge Journals Online (CJO), the online publishing service for academic journals at Cambridge University Press, has launched a series of new developments.

These enhancements include a new suite of tailored features for publishers and societies, while readers benefit from greater convenience, more powerful tools and faster access to the latest research.

New partners EDP Sciences and Materials Research Society benefit from bespoke developments which tailor CJO functionality to the needs of their communities.

Meanwhile the new online Africa Bibliography features full bibliographic data, reference linking and search facilities. In addition, there are a range of improvements across CJO, such as direct export of citations into RefWorks, events listings, and single administrators for multiple accounts, which will improve the service to all readers.

These developments are included in the most recent technical upgrade for CJO, which is updated with three releases of new functionality a year, all informed by consultations within the academic and library communities. Further improvements will take place in the next CJO releases scheduled for April, September and December 2011.

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