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CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes Orbit: Writing Around Pynchon, with their coverage of Thomas Pynchon, into the community's archive.  By archiving with CLOCKSS, Orbit has ensured that their journal remain open access should there be a trigger event, and at the disposal of scholars.  We are grateful, as Orbit joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."
 
CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes Orbit: Writing Around Pynchon, with their coverage of Thomas Pynchon, into the community's archive.  By archiving with CLOCKSS, Orbit has ensured that their journal remain open access should there be a trigger event, and at the disposal of scholars.  We are grateful, as Orbit joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."
  
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Vilnius Gediminas Technical University Press (VGTU Press) Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

December 6, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with VGTU Press to preserve their ejournals and ebooks in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

VGTU Press director Eleonora Dagiene says, “It is an honor for VGTU Press to become a partner with CLOCKSS archive. It is very important to be able to provide permanent accessibility to electronic ebooks and ejournals and we are happy, that our partnership with CLOCKSS archive will strengthen the reliability of VGTU Press in our clients’ eyes”.

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes VGTU Press’s ejournals and ebooks with their coverage of technological, natural, social and humanitarian sciences, into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, VGTU Press has ensured that the scholarship in their publications will continue to remain widely available to the academic community in the future. We are grateful, as VGTU Press joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About: VGTU Press is one of the biggest and most advanced Lithuanian academic publishers. It publishes around 100 study publications (textbooks and other study publications) per year in both print and electronic versions. VGTU Press also publishes 19 peer-reviewed research journals: 8 of them are of technological and natural sciences, 5 – social sciences, 5 – humanitarian sciences and 1 is interdisciplinary. All of the VGTU journals are indexed by ProQuest, EBSCO, GALE and IndexCopernicus; 13 of them by Scopus; and as many as 8 journals are indexed by Web of Science and other databases well-known to researchers and specialists. VGTU Press: http://leidykla.vgtu.lt. Journals published by VGTU Press: http://leidykla.vgtu.lt/en/research-publications/research-journals.html. eBooks published by VGTU Press: http://www.ebooks.vgtu.lt.

ALPSP Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

November 14, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with ALPSP to preserve their ejournals and ebooks in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

ALPSP Chief Executive, Audrey McCulloch, commented, “We’re delighted to archive our content with CLOCKSS, to ensure the long term preservation of our journal, Learned Publishing and our ebooks. Our content is a highly regarded record of the development of scholarly communication and will serve as an important archive for future generations.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes ALPSP’s ejournals and ebooks with their coverage of academic and professional information, into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, ALPSP has ensured that the scholarship in their publications will continue to remain widely available to the academic community in the future. We are grateful, as ALPSP joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About ALPSP: ALPSP was formed in 1972 and is the international organization for non-profit publishers. It has a broad and diverse membership of over 300 organizations in 37 countries who collectively publish over half of the world’s total active journals as well as books, databases and other products. ALPSP's mission is to connect, train and inform the scholarly and professional publishing community and to play an active part in shaping the future of academic and scholarly communication. http://www.alpsp.org

Rocky Mountain Geology Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

November 14, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Rocky Mountain Geology (RMG) to preserve their ejournals in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

“We are excited to enter into this partnership with CLOCKSS,” says RMG Managing Editor Brendon Orr. “RMG authors—past, current, and future—will be pleased to know that worldwide access to their published research is ensured for generations to come.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes RMG’s ejournals with their coverage of geology and paleontology in the greater Rocky Mountain region. By archiving with CLOCKSS, RMG has ensured that the scholarship in their publications is secured for future generations of scholars."

About RMG: This high-impact, scholarly journal, published by the University of Wyoming, is an important resource for professional earth scientists. The high-quality, refereed articles report original research by top specialists in all aspects of geology and paleontology in the greater Rocky Mountain region. http://rmg.geoscienceworld.org

Tangram Edizioni Scientifiche Trento Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

November 14, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Tangram Edizioni Scientifiche Trento to preserve their ebooks in CLOCKSS’s geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a “trigger event” and ensures an author’s work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

Tangram Edizioni Scientifiche Trento CEO Michelangelo Sebastiani adds, “We decided to join the CLOKSS project with enthusiasm because we consider essential and compulsory, for anyone, preserving and disseminating knowledge in any form. Ad maiora”.

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes Tangram Edizioni Scientifiche Trento’s eBooks with their coverage of Philosophy, Foreign Languages, Literature, Science and Technology, etc., into the community’s archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Tangram Edizioni Scientifiche Trento has ensured that the scholarship in their publications will be available to everyone now and for years to come. We are grateful, as Tangram Edizioni Scientifiche Trento joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its eBooks in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide”.

About Tangram Edizioni Scientifiche Trento: Tangram Edizioni Scientifiche Trento is part of the publishing group Tangram Srl of Trento. It’s a young publishing house that is emerging for the quality of its publications in the scientific community. http://edizioni-tangram.it/

BRILL becomes 100th publisher to participate in the CLOCKSS Archive

October 2, 2012

BRILL and the CLOCKSS Archive are delighted to announce that BRILL has become the 100th publisher to participate in the CLOCKSS Archive.

BRILL will preserve their ejournals and ebooks in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, BRILL has committed to the preservation of their ejournals and ebooks. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

BRILL’s Vice President of Business Development, Sam Bruinsma, comments “In our conversations with key customers worldwide about our online resources the subject of long-term accessibility is always on the agenda. Being around for nearly 330 years does help to gain some trust in this respect, but participating in CLOCKSS is generally perceived as an even better guarantee.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds “This agreement is a significant milestone for the CLOCKSS Archive, one that underscores the value proposition of the archive and the large variety of publishers that participate in it. BRILL, founded in 1683, has a rich history and a strong international focus. We are grateful, as BRILL joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals and ebooks in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide.”

About BRILL: BRILL publications also include the imprints Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Hotei, and Global Oriental. Brill’s publications focus on the Humanities and Social Sciences, International Law, and Natural History. BRILL has developed distinctive platforms for its online resources. http://www.brill.com/

Society of Exploration Geophysicists Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

September 25, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the Society of Exploration Geophysicists to preserve their ejournals in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

“Researchers and practitioners in applied geophysics do work essential to the advancement of mankind, and by partnering with CLOCKSS, SEG is ensuring that reports of it will be forever available,” said SEG Publications Director Ted Bakamjian. “SEG’s participation in CLOCKSS is a means by which the Society’s mission of advancing applied geophysics can endure.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes SEG’s ejournals, with their coverage of the science of geophysics and geophysical research, into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, the Society of Exploration Geophysicists has ensured that the scholarship in their publications will continue to remain widely available to the academic community in the future."

About the Society of Exploration Geophysicists: The Society of Exploration Geophysicists is a not-for-profit organization that promotes the science of geophysics and the education of applied geophysicists. SEG, founded in 1930, fosters the expert and ethical practice of geophysics in the exploration and development of natural resources, in characterizing the near surface, and in mitigating earth hazards. The Society, which has more than 33,000 members in 138 countries, fulfills its mission through its publications, conferences, forums, Web sites, and educational opportunities. http://www.seg.org

American Meteorological Society Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

September 25, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the American Meteorological Society to preserve their ejournals in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

“The American Meteorological Society takes its role as perpetual steward of its journal content very seriously” said Kenneth F. Heideman, Director of Publications. “CLOCKSS provides a very important supplementary technology for ensuring that all of that content is available and readily accessible to future readers in its original format. The importance of this safeguard cannot be overstated.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes the American Meteorological Society‘s ejournals with their coverage of atmospheric, oceanic, and hydrologic sciences, into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, the American Meteorological Society has ensured that the scholarship in their publications will continue to remain widely available to the academic community in the future."

About the American Meteorological Society: The American Meteorological Society promotes the development and dissemination of information and education on the atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences and the advancement of their professional applications. Founded in 1919, AMS has a membership of more than 14,000 professionals, students, and weather enthusiasts. AMS publishes 11 atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic journals — in print and online — sponsors more than 12 conferences annually, and offers numerous programs and services. http://ametsoc.org

American Diabetes Association Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

September 25, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the American Diabetes Association to preserve their ejournals in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

“The American Diabetes Association is happy to partner with the CLOCKSS Archive to ensure the long-term preservation of its scholarly journal content,” said Chris Kohler, Managing Director of Scholarly Journal Publishing. “Participating in CLOCKSS will ensure that contributions made by our authors, editors, and reviewers will be available for future diabetes researchers, educators, and care givers.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes the American Diabetes Association’s ejournals, the most highly ranked journals devoted exclusively to diabetes research, treatment, and education. We are grateful, as the American Diabetes Association joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About the American Diabetes Association The American Diabetes Association’s mission is to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes. They lead the fight against the deadly consequences of diabetes and fight for those affected by diabetes. http://www.diabetes.org and http://diabetesjournals.org

Clay Minerals Society Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

September 25, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the Clay Minerals Society to preserve their ejournal, Clays and Clay Minerals, in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

“The Clay Minerals Society is very pleased to join the CLOCKSS family of publishers and to preserve its content in this way” said Kevin Murphy, Managing Editor. “We expect our journal content to hold value for many decades into the future and therefore need to be sure that it will remain available to the community of clay researchers. “

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes The Clay Minerals Society’s journal Clays and Clay Minerals, into the community's archive. Their publications cover a wide range of sub-disciplines in the fields of mineralogy, petrology, and geochemistry. We are grateful, as The Clay Minerals Society joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve Clays and Clay Minerals in a way that secures the journal for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About the Clay Minerals Society: The Clay Minerals Society is an international organization devoted to the study of clays and clay minerals, and is the product of a sustained and determined effort by many people from diverse disciplines. By working together they run an Annual Conference, and publish a series of books, in addition to outreach, K-12, and other activities. http://www.clays.org

Duke University Press Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

August 09, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Duke University Press to preserve their ejournals in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Duke University Press has committed to the preservation of their ejournals. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

“We are excited to partner with the CLOCKSS Archive,” says Kim Steinle, Library Relations Manager at Duke University Press. “We know how important archiving is to libraries, and we are pleased to take this step to guarantee the dissemination of our journal content into the future. The preservation of our journals is an ongoing commitment at Duke University Press; we want to safeguard access into perpetuity in order to further the work of both our authors and our readers.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes Duke University Press’s ejournals, with their coverage of humanities and social sciences, into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Duke University Press has ensured the long-term preservation of their ejournals. We are grateful, as Duke University Press joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About Duke University Press: The Press publishes primarily in the humanities and social sciences and has a growing collection in mathematics. It is an internationally recognized publisher known for its willingness to take chances with nontraditional and interdisciplinary publications. Duke University Press supports the academic mission of Duke University by disseminating knowledge through the publication of approximately 120 books annually and over 40 journals, as well as by offering five electronic collections. To learn more, please visit http://www.dukeupress.edu.

NZCER Press Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

August 09, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with NZCER Press (the New Zealand Council for Educational Research Press) to preserve their ejournals in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, NZCER Press has committed to the preservation of their ejournals. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

"With our offices and servers located in Wellington, which is built on a highly active fault line, we are very aware that the chance of a major earthquake or tsunami occurring is high here relative to most parts of the world” said David Ellis, Publishing Manager. “It is important to us to know that our educational research output and journal archive is safely stored in multiple locations so that should such a catastrophic event occur it would again be available to local and international researchers and other communities of interest."

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes NZCER Press’s ejournals, with their coverage of work that supports teachers and learning, into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, NZCER Press has ensured the survival of this research for future generations. We are grateful, as NZCER Press joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About NZCER Press: The Press is the publishing unit of the New Zealand Council for Educational Research, New Zealand’s only national, independent educational research organization. NZCER conducts research and evaluation work with a range of public and private sector clients, and we produce research-based products such as tests, journals and books, and services such as online surveys and test marking. http://www.nzcer.org.nz/nzcerpress

New Prairie Press Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

August 09, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with New Prairie Press to preserve their ejournals in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, New Prairie Press has committed to the preservation of their ejournals. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

“We believe the model represented by New Prairie Press is the future of scholarly publishing, and as such, definitely worthy of safeguarding by the best possible means. Partnering with CLOCKSS is a step we're pleased to take as responsible stewards of the work so many have invested in the Press' journals,” notes Lori A. Goetsch, Dean of Libraries at Kansas State University, home of New Prairie Press.

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes New Prairie Press’s ejournals offering their content on a wide variety of topics to all readers, while adhering to the principles of open access, into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, New Prairie Press has ensured that the scholarship in their publications will be available to everyone now and for years to come. We are grateful, as New Prairie Press joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About New Prairie Press: The Press was founded by Kansas State University Libraries in 2007, joining a growing number of libraries who are entering the world of open access publishing. New Prairie adheres to the principles of open access publishing as articulated in the Berlin, Budapest, and Bethesda declarations. In 2011, Provost April Mason added her name to the Berlin declaration on behalf of Kansas State University, adding the institution to an international list of some 300 universities, libraries, scientific institutes, and academic associations who pledge support to an open access paradigm. http://newprairiepress.org

Mathematical Sciences Publishers Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

Aug 09, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Mathematical Sciences Publishers to preserve their ejournals and ebooks in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Mathematical Sciences Publishers has committed to the preservation of their ejournals and ebooks. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

“We are pleased to take advantage of this opportunity for long-term preservation. Our authors deserve to have their original research, including its published form, last longer than any single company or journal,” said Alexandru Scorpan. “At MSP, we do our best to make top-notch research available at a reasonable cost; our joining CLOCKSS is our effort to make sure it remains available long into the future.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes Mathematical Sciences Publishers’ ejournals and ebooks, with their coverage of scientific and research literature, into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Mathematical Sciences Publishers has ensured the long-term preservation of their publications. We are grateful, as Mathematical Sciences Publishers joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About Mathematical Sciences Publishers: Mathematical Sciences Publishers produces and distributes scientific and research literature of the highest quality at the lowest reasonable cost, covering mathematics and other selected fields. Their nonprofit mission is to transform scientific publishing into an industry that helps rather than hinders scholarly activity. http://msp.org

Copernicus Publications Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

August 09, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Copernicus Publications to preserve their ejournals in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Copernicus Publications has committed to the preservation of their ejournals. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

Martin Rasmussen, Managing Director of Copernicus Publications, explains the main motivation for participation, “Long-term preservation is one of the most important challenges. Since our publications have become more or less online only, the role of the traditional copyright libraries for printed issues is taken over by reliable e-archives. Securing scientific literature beyond and independent of the lifetime of a publishing house is a mutual obligation.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes Copernicus Publications’ ejournals, with their coverage of science, into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Copernicus Publications will continue to be available to both scientific organizations and the general public now and in the future. "

About Copernicus Publications: Copernicus Publications is a publisher of high-quality literature in science since 1994 and an open access publisher since 2001. They specialize in serving scientific associations in publishing and distributing their journals and play a leading role in the area of transparent Public Peer-Review. http://publications.copernicus.org

NRC Research Press Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

July 12, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with NRC Research Press to preserve their ejournals and ebooks in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, NRC Research Press has committed to the preservation of their ejournals and ebooks. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

“Depositing our publications with CLOCKSS provides peace of mind for our library stakeholders that our content is secure,” says Cameron Macdonald, Executive Director of NRC Research Press. “We're happy to be entering into this partnership.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes NRC Research Press’s ejournals and ebooks, based in Canada, with their coverage of scientific research, into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, NRC Research Press has ensured that the scholarship in their ejournals and ebooks is secured for future generations of scholars. We are grateful, as NRC Research Press joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About NRC Research Press: NRC Research Press began as the publishing arm of the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) in 1929, transitioned in September 2010 from NRC and the Federal Government of Canada into an independent not-for-profit organization operating under the new name Canadian Science Publishing. Canadian Science Publishing (which continues to operate its journals under the brand NRC Research Press) is the foremost scientific publisher in Canada, publishing 15 of its own journals and providing advanced electronic publishing services to its clients. With over 50 highly skilled experts and an editorial team comprising some of the world's leading researchers, NRC Research Press (Canadian Science Publishing) communicates scientific discoveries to over 175 countries. http://www.nrcresearchpress.com

Manchester University Press Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

July 12, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Manchester University Press to preserve their ejournals in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Manchester University Press has committed to the preservation of their ejournals. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

"We are excited to be part of CLOCKSS. Our journals represent the best of new research in the Humanities and Social Sciences and CLOCKSS offers a suitably high-quality archive solution. We are very pleased that there is such a technologically advanced, well-realised solution to make our content securely and perpetually available to scholars and librarians all over the world," says MUP chief executive David Rodgers.

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes Manchester University Press’s ejournals with their coverage of humanities and social science, into the community's archive. We are grateful, as Manchester University Press joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About Manchester University Press: Founded in 1904, Manchester University Press is the third-largest University Press in England. MUP has a worldwide reputation for making innovative and high-quality scholarship available to the widest possible readership in both print and electronic formats, with particular strengths in the Humanities and Social Sciences. They currently publish 145 new books a year and manage a portfolio of 14 journals, many of which are published on behalf of or in collaboration with learned societies and institutions. http://www.manchesteruniversitypress.co.uk/

Orbit: Writing Around Pynchon Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

July 12, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Orbit: Writing Around Pynchon to preserve their ejournal in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Orbit: Writing Around Pynchon has committed to the preservation of their ejournal. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

The founding editor of Orbit, Martin Paul Eve, speaking on behalf of the editorial board, said: “Digital preservation is a key issue as we enter a new phase of scholarly publishing. Particularly as we adapt to open access and the tectonic shifts that come with this, including a new wave of independent scholar-publisher journals such as Orbit, it is important that those running these enterprises understand and use the impressive technological mechanisms that can safeguard their work. I am extremely pleased that we now have the opportunity to preserve the content of our journal of literary criticism with CLOCKSS.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes Orbit: Writing Around Pynchon, with their coverage of Thomas Pynchon, into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Orbit has ensured that their journal remain open access should there be a trigger event, and at the disposal of scholars. We are grateful, as Orbit joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About Orbit: Writing Around Pynchon: Orbit: Writing Around Pynchon aims to publish high-quality, rigorously reviewed and innovative scholarly material on the works of Thomas Pynchon, related authors, and adjacent fields. http://www.pynchon.net/owap/index

PeerJ Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

June 19, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with PeerJ to preserve their ejournal in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, PeerJ has committed to the preservation of their ejournal. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

“PeerJ believes that scientific journal articles are some of the most valuable publications our society creates. As a result, it is essential to correctly archive them for future generations, and to protect the integrity of the scientific record. PeerJ is committed to secure archiving, and so we are pleased to announce this agreement with CLOCKSS” said Peter Binfield, Co-Founder and Publisher of PeerJ.

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes PeerJ’s open-access ejournal with their coverage of scholarly research, into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, PeerJ has ensured that the research published in PeerJ will remain open access should there be a trigger event, and at the disposal of scholars. We are grateful, as PeerJ joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About PeerJ: PeerJ is an Open Access scholarly publisher in the Biological and Medical Sciences. Authors at PeerJ purchase a low-cost lifetime membership, which gives them the ability to publish their Open Access articles for free, for life. The company has two publications - a journal named “PeerJ” and a preprint server called “PeerJ PrePrints”. PeerJ is based in San Francisco, CA and London, UK and will receive its first submissions in Summer 2012, with first publications following by the end of 2012. See: http://peerj.com

Future Science Group Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

June 19, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the Future Science Group (FSG) to preserve their epublications in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. The Future Science Group includes three imprints – Expert Reviews, Future Medicine and Future Science – with an expanding portfolio of fifty journals plus an ebook program. By archiving with CLOCKSS, FSG has committed to the preservation of their electronic publications. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

FSG Publisher, Elisa Manzotti, said “The Future Science Group is delighted to partner with the CLOCKSS Archive to ensure absolutely the availability of the valuable contributions of our authors for posterity.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes FSG ejournals and ebooks with their coverage of healthcare, biotechnology, chemistry, and environmental sciences. By archiving with CLOCKSS, FSG has ensured the survival of this research for future generations. We are grateful, as FSG joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals and ebooks in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About the Future Science Group: The London-based Future Science Group (FSG) is an alliance of three sister imprints – Expert Reviews Ltd, Future Medicine Ltd, and Future Science Ltd. FSG provides research professionals and clinicians with a unique source of objective, cutting-edge information on emerging and evolving trends in science and medicine. See http://www.future-science-group.com for more information.

American Society of Plant Biologists Preserves Content with the CLOCKSS Archive

June 19, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB) to preserve their ejournals in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, ASPB has committed to the preservation of its ejournals. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

“ASPB has long understood that its job as a publisher extends beyond the day-to-day business of producing journals and includes the vital responsibility of ensuring the long-term preservation of and access to our content,” says ASPB Executive Director Dr. Crispin Taylor. We are therefore delighted that CLOCKSS is becoming a key plank in our archiving strategy – even while we trust that users will never actually need to access our journal content via the CLOCKSS Archive!”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes the American Society of Plant Biologists’ ejournals with their coverage of plant biology, cellular biology, molecular biology, genetics, and environmental biology into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, ASPB has ensured the survival of this research for future generations. We are grateful, as ASPB joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide.”

About ASPB: The American Society of Plant Biologists was founded in 1924 to promote the growth and development of plant biology, to encourage and publish research in plant biology, and to promote the interests and growth of plant scientists in general. Over the decades the Society has evolved and expanded to provide a forum for molecular and cellular biology as well as to serve the basic interests of plant science. It publishes the highly cited and respected journals Plant Physiology and The Plant Cell. Membership spans six continents, and members work in such diverse areas as academia, government laboratories, and industrial and commercial environments. The Society also has a large student membership. ASPB plays a key role in uniting the international plant science disciplines. http://my.aspb.org

Channel View Publications Ltd. Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

June 19, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Channel View Publications Ltd. to preserve their ebooks in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Channel View has committed to the preservation of their ebooks. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

“Channel View Publications Ltd. and its imprint Multilingual Matters are delighted to collaborate with CLOCKSS to ensure that our ebook titles are archived and safe for the future” said Tommi Grover, Managing Director.

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes Channel View’s ebooks with their coverage of multilingualism, language learning, translation, creative writing pedagogy, tourism and sustainability into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Channel View has ensured that the scholarship in their publications will be available to everyone now and for years to come. We are grateful, as Channel View joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About Channel View Publications Ltd. Channel View Publications is an international, independent academic publisher based in the UK. We publish work on tourism and sustainability as Channel View Publications, and on multilingualism, language learning, translation and creative writing pedagogy as Multilingual Matters. http://www.multilingual-matters.com

Berghahn Books Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

June 6, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Berghahn Books to preserve their ejournals and ebooks in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Berghahn Books has committed itself to the preservation of their ejournals and ebooks. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

Vivian Berghahn, Managing Director of Berghahn Books, remarks that “as a publisher dedicated to serving its scholarly community of researchers and librarians now and in the future, Berghahn Books recognizes the importance of being able to provide librarians guaranteed continuity and security of access to its titles. We are delighted to partner with CLOCKSS as part of the preservation initiatives aimed at achieving this.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, "The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes Berghahn Books’s ejournals and ebooks with their transatlantic and Australasian coverage of the social sciences and humanities, into the community's archive. We are grateful, as Berghahn Books joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals and ebooks in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About Berghahn Books: Berghahn Books is an award-winning independent scholarly publisher of distinguished books and journals in the humanities and social sciences, owned by a mother (books) and daughter (journals) team. Its program, which includes 35 journals to date and 100 new titles a year, is focused on History, Sociology & Anthropology, International Politics & Policy Studies, Cultural & Media Studies, Jewish Studies, and Migration & Refugee Studies. A peer-reviewed press, Berghahn is committed to the highest academic standards; its publishing program is widely recognized for the quality both of its lists and of the production of its books and journals. http://www.berghahnbooks.com

The International Glaciological Society Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

June 6, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the International Glaciological Society to preserve their ejournals in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, the International Glaciological Society has committed to the preservation of their ejournals. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

Comment by the International Glaciological Society: "The development of glaciological knowledge has taken more than just long hours in the laboratory. Often the most precious information comes from hard, dangerous (not to mention cold and uncomfortable) field work in remote places on earth. Given that the dissemination of this hard-won knowledge is now more than ever dependent on the internet and on electronic media, it is ever so important to ensure the integrity and safety of glaciological knowledge to be passed on to generations to come. The International Glaciological Society, the premier publisher of glaciological knowledge covering all aspects of ice, snow, climate and human impacts, has elected to protect the integrity and future survival of glaciological knowledge by opting to protect its online archives in a technologically appropriate manner"

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds,”The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes The International Glaciological Society’s ejournals with their coverage of the practical and scientific aspects of snow and ice, into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, The International Glaciological Society has ensured that the scholarship in their publications is secured for future generations of scholars. We are grateful, as The International Glaciological Society joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About The International Glaciological Society: The International Glaciological Society was founded in 1936 to provide a focus for individuals interested in practical and scientific aspects of snow and ice. The objects of the Society enshrined in its Constitution are to stimulate interest in and encourage research into the scientific and technical problems of snow and ice in all countries; facilitate and increase the flow of glaciological ideas and information; publish the Journal of Glaciology, the Annals of Glaciology, ICE, the News Bulletin of the International Glaciological Society, other appropriate publications, such as books and monographs; sponsor lectures, field meetings, and symposia. http://www.igsoc.org

Aerospace Medical Association Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

June 6, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the Aerospace Medical Association to preserve their ejournals and scientific content in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, the Aerospace Medical Association has committed to the preservation of their ejournal and scientific content. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

Managing Editor of Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine Pamela Day says, “The Aerospace Medical Association is delighted to be part of CLOCKSS. Our journal has been in publication since 1930 and we are committed to archiving it for our authors, researchers, and all aerospace medicine professionals. CLOCKSS is great insurance that our science will be preserved for future generations.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, "The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes the Aerospace Medical Association’s ejournal and scientific content into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, the Aerospace Medical Association has ensured that the scholarship in their publications will continue to be available to both scientific organizations and the general public now and in the future. We are grateful, as the Aerospace Medical Association joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About Aerospace Medical Association: The Aerospace Medical Association is organized exclusively for charitable, educational, and scientific purposes. It is the largest, most representative professional membership organization in the fields of aviation, space, and environmental medicine. http://www.asma.org

figshare Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

April 12, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with figshare to preserve their data in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, figshare has committed to the preservation of their data. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

“Persistence is something the research community cares deeply about – a community we serve at figshare” said Mark Hahnel, founder of figshare “CLOCKSS provides the secure solution we need to ensure long term access in our continued commitment to the preservation of new research outputs.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes figshare’s data into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, figshare has ensured that their data, which includes figures, datasets, and video files, will be available for a worldwide audience now and in the future. We are grateful, as figshare joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its content in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About figshare figshare allows researchers to publish their data in a citable, searchable and sharable manner. The data can come in the form of individual figures, datasets or video files, and users are encouraged to share their negative data and unpublished results too. All data is persistently stored online under the most liberal Creative Commons licence, waiving copyright where possible. This allows scientists to access and share the information from anywhere in the world with minimal friction. figshare offers unlimited storage space for data that is made publicly available on the site, and as of today is also offering 1GB of free storage space for users looking for a secure, private area to store their research. Users of the new site will maintain full control over the management of their research whilst benefiting from global access, version control, and secure backups in the cloud. http://figshare.com.

Pensoft Publishers Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

April 12, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Pensoft Publishers to preserve their ejournals in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Pensoft Publishers has committed to the preservation of the electronic versions of their journals. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

“The agreement with CLOCKSS brought to us a long-seeked solution for fully automated harvesting, ingesting and preservation of the electronic content of our open access journals. Besides, the adjustment of our publishing system to CLOCKSS archive would make it attractive for other journals’ publishers to use” said Dr Lyubomir Penev, managing director of Pensoft.

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes Pensoft Publishers’ open-access ejournals with their coverage of biodiversity science, plant systematics, phylogeny, and biogeography into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Pensoft Publishers has ensured that the scholarship in their publications will remain available to a wide audience in the long term. We are grateful, as Pensoft Publishers joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About Pensoft Publishers Pensoft Publishers specialize in academic and professional book and journal publishing, mostly in the field of biodiversity science and natural history. Starting in 1994, Pensoft has become one of the leading academic publishers based in Eastern Europe with more than 800 books and ebooks published so far. Pensoft largely performs their activities in English, with only a minor fraction of our own publications being in French, German, Russian, or other languages. In 2010, Pensoft launched their own open-access journal publishing platform that implements cutting-edge technologies for semantic markup and automated dissemination of the published content. Currently Pensoft publishes 10 open-access journals (www.pensoft.net/journals). The flagship journal ZooKeys is recognized as a technological leader in publishing and dissemination of biodiversity information. http://www.pensoft.net

The American Mathematical Society Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

March 22, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the American Mathematical Society to preserve their ejournals and ebooks in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, the American Mathematical Society has committed to the preservation of their ejournals and ebooks. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

Elizabeth Huber, Associate Executive Director for Publishing at the American Mathematical Society said “The Society is pleased to expand its archiving activities to include CLOCKSS. The AMS recognizes the important role of a strong archiving policy in maintaining the scholarly record and sees this as a major part of its efforts to move forward in the use and distribution of digital formats. The addition of CLOCKSS to our archiving strategy reflects our continued commitment to authors, researchers, and conservators of the mathematics literature. “

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, "The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes the American Mathematical Society’s ejournals and ebooks into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, AMS, one of the top publishers of advanced mathematics in the world, has ensured the survival of the mathematical research in their publications for a wide audience now and in the future. We are grateful, as the American Mathematical Society joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About the American Mathematical Society: The 30,000-member American Mathematical Society, founded in 1888 to further the interests of mathematical research and scholarship, serves the national and international community through its publications, meetings, advocacy and other programs. http://www.ams.org

Dove Medical Press Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

March 22, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Dove Medical Press to preserve their ejournals in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Dove Medical Press has committed to the preservation of their ejournals. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

“Dove Medical Press is pleased to be able to partner with the CLOCKSS community and secure the long-term availability of our author’s works into the future. Everything that we publish will be secured in the CLOCKSS archive. Dove Medical Press is committed to the highest editorial standards combined with the best that new technologies have to offer,” states Tim Hill, Publisher at Dove Medical Press.

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, “The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes Dove Medical Press’s open-access ejournals with their coverage of science, technology, and medicine, into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Dove Medical Press ejournals will continue to be available to both scientific organizations and the general public now and in the future.. We are grateful, as Dove Medical Press joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About Dove Medical Press: Dove Medical Press Ltd is a privately held company specializing in the publication of open-access peer-reviewed journals across the broad spectrum of science, technology, and especially medicine. http://www.dovepress.com

The Society for General Microbiology Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

March 22, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the Society for General Microbiology to preserve their ejournals in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, the Society for General Microbiology has committed to the preservation of their ejournals. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

The Society for General Microbiology’s Chief Executive Simon Festing says, “We are pleased to be able to ensure long-term access to our journals, Microbiology, Journal of General Virology, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, and Journal of Medical Microbiology, by joining the CLOCKSS archive. The Society for General Microbiology is committed to broadening access to and understanding of microbiological research, and preservation of our content in the CLOCKSS Archive strengthens the Society's commitment to this.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, "The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes the Society for General Microbiology’s ejournals, which includes high-quality research papers and topical reviews covering the great diversity of life forms, into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, the Society for General Microbiology has the long-term preservation of their ejournals in the field of microbiology. We are grateful, as the Society for General Microbiology joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About the Society for General Microbiology: The Society for General Microbiology (SGM) is a professional body for scientists who work in all areas of microbiology. It is the largest microbiology society in Europe, and has around 5,000 members worldwide. The Society provides a common meeting ground for scientists working in research and in fields with applications in microbiology including medicine, veterinary medicine, pharmaceuticals, industry, agriculture, food, the environment and education. An important function of the Society is the promotion of the public understanding of microbiology. http://www.sgm.ac.uk

The Endocrine Society Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

March 22, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with The Endocrine Society to preserve their ejournals and ebooks in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, The Endocrine Society has committed to the preservation of their ejournals and ebooks. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

Marlene Zendell, Director, Circulation states, “The Endocrine Society looked into several options for content preservation. We chose CLOCKSS because it will display all our content in our format as it currently appears in our journals, it will make our content widely available in the event of a catastrophic problem, it is a publishing community organization created by publishers and librarians working together.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, "The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes The Endocrine Society’s ejournals and ebooks, with their coverage of scientific discovery, medical practice and human health, into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, The Endocrine Society has ensured that the research on hormones and the clinical practice of endocrinology in their publications will be available for a worldwide audience now and in the future. We are grateful, as The Endocrine Society joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that has ensured the survival of this research for future generations."

About The Endocrine Society: Founded in 1916, The Endocrine Society is the world's oldest, largest, and most active organization devoted to research on hormones and the clinical practice of endocrinology. The Society works to foster a greater understanding of endocrinology amongst the general public and practitioners of complementary medical disciplines and to promote the interests of all endocrinologists at the national scientific research and health policy levels of government. http://www.endo-society.org

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) future proofs its content with the CLOCKSS Archive

February 15, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the IET to preserve its entire digital range in CLOCKSS's preservation archive, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, the IET has committed to the preservation of its Digital Library which includes IET e-Journals, e-Books, conference and magazine content, as well as IET Inspec. This action ensures the IET’s content is freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

Diane Richards, Publishing Strategic Relations Manager at the IET said, “We are committed to ensuring that all digital content published by the IET is available in perpetuity and our partnership with CLOCKSS now guarantees that content in the Digital Library will be available to those who require it.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, "The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes the IET’s digital range into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, the IET has ensured that their various publications in engineering and technology will be available for a worldwide audience now and in the future. We are grateful, as the IET joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its content in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About the IET: The IET’s Inspec database, research journals, and books provide a wealth of research and information in the areas of engineering and technology. The portfolio of research and letters journals and monographs (print and e-Book) in electronics, electrical engineering, and related subjects are available online through the IET Digital Library, together with conference proceedings, seminar digests, and magazines. The IET Inspec database contains over 12 million abstract and indexing references to journal articles, conference proceedings, technical reports, and other literature in the fields of science and technology. As a membership organisation, the IET is Europe’s largest professional body of engineers, with over 150,000 members in 127 countries offering a professional home for life and supporting members throughout their careers.

For more information, visit http://www.theiet.org

Whiting & Birch Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

February 15, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Whiting & Birch to preserve their ejournals and ebooks in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Whiting & Birch has committed to the preservation of their ejournals and ebooks. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer commented, "The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes Whiting & Birch’s ejournals and ebooks into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Whiting & Birch has ensured that the social science and human services scholarship in their publications will be available for a worldwide audience now and in the future. We are grateful, as Whiting & Birch joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About Whiting & Birch: Whiting & Birch is an independent publisher books and journals in the social sciences and human services, and organizes conferences in related fields. http://www.whitingbirch.net

The CLOCKSS Archive Triggers Two Journals from the American Medical Association

February 10, 2012

The AMA's "Archives of Family Medicine" and “JAMA Français” are now available from the CLOCKSS Archive. The American Medical Association announced on January 23rd that the journals "Archives of Family Medicine" and “JAMA Français” are no longer available from their journal site and will be accessible through the CLOCKSS Archive.

"Archives of Family Medicine" and “JAMA Français” were removed from the Highwire platform on August 15, 2011. The CLOCKSS Archives, the AMA's preservation partners, will provide free access to the title and take responsibility for its ongoing long-term preservation.

See http://www.clockss.org/clockss/Triggered_Content

"The AMA, along with the founding members of the CLOCKSS Archive, agreed early on to make triggered content in CLOCKSS available to the world for free," explains Randy Kiefer, Executive Director of the CLOCKSS Archive. "That policy sets the CLOCKSS Archive apart, and is a result of the community-based governance by libraries and publishers. The CLOCKSS Archive's digital preservation efforts enable libraries of all sizes to serve future scholars, researchers, and students."

SPIE Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

January 19, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics to preserve the content of the SPIE Digital Library, the world’s largest collection of optics and photonics literature, in its dark archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, SPIE has committed to the preservation of Proceedings of SPIE, SPIE Journals, and SPIE ebooks. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone should a "trigger event" occur that results in SPIE no longer providing access to the content and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful at any time in the future.

SPIE Director of Publications Eric Pepper noted, “SPIE believes that the community of researchers, educators, and students who are involved in the multidisciplinary fields of optics and photonics must have access to the literature of these fields in perpetuity. In fact, we are digitizing our earliest publications at this time in order to expand such access. Participation in CLOCKSS is part of our program to ensure this access into the future.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer added, "The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes SPIE’s publications covering light-based technologies into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, SPIE has ensured that access to their publications, which promote knowledge transfer, education, and awareness of technology in optics and photonics, will continue for all. We are grateful, as SPIE joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its journals, proceedings, and ebooks in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About SPIE: SPIE is the international society for optics and photonics, founded in 1955 to advance light-based technologies. Serving approximately 180,000 constituents from more than 170 countries, the Society advances emerging technologies through interdisciplinary information exchange, continuing education, publications, patent precedent, and career and professional growth. The SPIE Digital Library includes over 325,000 items from Proceedings of SPIE, SPIE Journals, and SPIE eBooks. http://spie.org

IGI Global Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

January 19, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with IGI Global to preserve their ejournals and ebooks in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, IGI Global has committed to the preservation of their ejournals and ebooks. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

Saeed Otufat-Shamsi, IGI Global's Senior Director of Business Development, commented, "IGI Global supports the library's role as the custodians of archived content, ensuring that electronic content is protected for future generations of researchers. We are pleased to partner with CLOCKSS to provide a permanent archive of our electronic scholarly journals and books through one of the most advanced digital preservation initiatives. The solution of a decentralized, geographically disparate preservation model ensures that the digital assets of the community will survive intact."

CLOCKSS Executive Director, Randy S. Kiefer adds, "The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes IGI Global’s ejournals and ebooks, with their coverage of the IT and computer science fields, into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, IGI Global has ensured that IGI’s premier and peer-reviewed content in education, social science, library science, healthcare, business management, public administration, and computer science will be available for a worldwide audience now and in the future. We are grateful, as IGI Global joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals and ebooks in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About IGI Global: Since 1988, IGI Global has provided comprehensive research materials on computer science and information technology management, focusing on the ways in which information technology affects human activities and interactions across disciplines. With offices in Hershey, PA, New York City, and Vancouver, BC, IGI Global is a leading multimedia publisher of books, journals, teaching cases, and databases covering the areas of education, social science, library science, healthcare, business management, public administration, and computer science. http://www.igi-global.com/

Multi-Science Publishing Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

January 19, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Multi-Science Publishing to preserve their ejournals in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Multi-Science Publishing has committed to the preservation of their ejournals. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

Commented Multi-Science Director Bill Hughes, “The coming of the digital age has provided huge benefits for all engaged in scholarly communication, whether as researchers, librarians or publishers. However, the spectre exists, for future generations, of a landscape of broken links and unretrievable research. CLOCKSS activities make that possibility less likely, so we are pleased to be working with them to ensure that our modest contribution to learning is preserved for the benefit of future generations.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, "The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes Multi-Science Publishing’s ejournals, covering new disciplines in science and technology, into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Multi-Science has ensured that their unique publications and flow of information will continue to be widespread in the future. We are grateful, as Multi-Science Publishing joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About Multi-Science Publishing: Established for over 50 years, Multi-Science specializes in publishing journals that fill gaps in the scientific literature and are responses to technological developments that call new disciplines into existence. All Multi-Sciences primary journals are fully refereed. As well as journals, Multi-Science publishes books in the same subject areas as its journals. http://www.multi-science.co.uk

The National Academies Press Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

January 19, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with The National Academies Press (NAP) to preserve their ebooks in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, The National Academies Press has committed to the preservation of their ebooks. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

Barbara Kline Pope, Executive Director of the National Academies Press, remarked, “We trust CLOCKSS to take care of archiving the nearly 4,000 books that document decades of authoritative information and knowledge of the National Academy of Sciences and its affiliated organizations. In addition, we know that these important works will be accessible if, for some reason, we are no longer able to make them freely available.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, "The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes The National Academies Press’s ebooks, covering an amazing range of topics, into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, National Academies Press has ensured that their definitive information on everything from space science to animal nutrition will continue to be available, now and in the future. We are grateful, as The National Academies Press joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ebooks in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About National Academies Press: The National Academies Press (NAP) was created by the National Academies to publish the reports issued by the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, the Institute of Medicine, and the National Research Council, all operating under a charter granted by the Congress of the United States. The NAP publishes more than 200 books a year on a wide range of topics in science, engineering, and health, capturing the most authoritative views on important issues in science and health policy. The institutions represented by the NAP are unique in that they attract the nation’s leading experts in every field to serve on their award-winning panels and committees. http://www.nap.edu/

Palgrave Macmillan Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

January 12, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Palgrave Macmillan to preserve their ejournals in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Palgrave Macmillan has committed to the preservation of their ejournals. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

David Bull, Publishing Director, Journals & Reference said “Today our journals business is primarily digital. We publish important and ground-breaking research in the Humanities, Social Sciences and Business. It is important for our customers and users that we have robust digital preservation strategies. We already partner with Portico, and are now delighted to offer further security through this partnership with CLOCKSS. We expect to add further titles shortly to the initial list preserved by CLOCKSS.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, "The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes Palgrave Macmillan’s ejournals into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Palgrave Macmillan has ensured that the scholarship in their publications will be available for a worldwide audience now and in the future. We are grateful, as Palgrave Macmillan joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About Palgrave Macmillan

Palgrave Macmillan is a global publisher, serving learning and scholarship in higher education and the professional world. We have an established and distinguished track record in international academic publishing with considerable strengths in the Humanities, Social Sciences and Business. Our academic publishing programme includes textbooks, journals, monographs, professional and reference works in print and online. Palgrave Macmillan represents an unbroken tradition of 150 years of independent publishing, continually reinventing itself for the future. For more information, please visit www.palgrave.com.

For further information please contact: Charlene Beattie Head of Scholarly Marketing c.beattie@palgrave.com +44 (0)1256 302915

Ubiquity Press Ltd. Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

January 12, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Ubiquity Press Ltd. to preserve their ejournals in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Ubiquity Press has committed to the preservation of their ejournals. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

Brian Hole, Publisher at Ubiquity Press, notes, “As a researcher-led publisher, Ubiquity Press is delighted to be partnering with CLOCKSS. Our shared commitment to serving the needs of the research community makes this a natural partnership that will ensure our content remains freely available long into the future.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, "The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes Ubiquity Press’s ejournals, which cover a wide range of academic topics, into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Ubiquity Press has ensured that their publications will continue to remain widely available to the academic community in the future. We are grateful, as Ubiquity Press joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About Ubiquity Press Ltd.: Ubiquity Press is an open-access publisher of peer-reviewed, academic journals. Founded by researchers for researchers, we are committed to making scholarly research more widely available on the web. Our services are developed in close collaboration with the academic community and help researchers around the world to find and access the information they need, without barriers. http://www.ubiquitypress.com

Libertas Academica Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

January 12, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Libertas Academica to preserve their ejournals in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Libertas Academica has committed to the preservation of their ejournals. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

Tom Hill, CEO of Libertas Academica, comments, “Libertas is very pleased to extend our current archiving activities to include CLOCKSS. We regard archiving as one of the foremost responsibilities of all legitimate open access publishers. Our decision to work with the highly-regarded CLOCKSS reflects our commitment to the very best level of service to authors and readers. One of CLOCKSS’ most notable strengths is its commitment to make archived content publically available in certain circumstances, and although after seven years of successful continuous operation the likelihood of such a “trigger event” is extremely remote, we consider that this development is an essential element of our responsibility for our authors’ papers. Libertas looks forward to working with the professional staff of CLOCKSS in the future.”

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, "The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes Libertas Academica’s STM ejournals into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, Libertas Academica has ensured that the ideas in their publications will continue to be available to as wide an audience as possible, now and in the future. We are grateful, as Libertas Academica joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournals in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About Libertas Academica: Libertas is a publisher of scientific, technical and medical open-access journals founded in 2005. Literally translated, Libertas Academica means “freedom to scholars” or “freedom to research”. http://www.la-press.com/

Indiana University Mathematics Journal Preserves with the CLOCKSS Archive

January 12, 2012

The CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the Indiana University Mathematics Journal to preserve their ejournal in CLOCKSS's geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. By archiving with CLOCKSS, the Indiana University Mathematics Journal has committed to the preservation of their ejournal. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a "trigger event" and ensures an author's work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

Sara Walbridge of the Indiana University Mathematics Journal states "Our association with CLOCKSS extends our commitment to ensuring that the content we publish will always be available to the mathematics community. We feel that it is a benefit that, should a catastrophic event prevent us from publishing the Journal, our literature will still be available to the community at no additional cost."

CLOCKSS Executive Director Randy S. Kiefer adds, "The CLOCKSS Archive welcomes the Indiana University Mathematics Journal into the community's archive. By archiving with CLOCKSS, the Indiana University Mathematics Journal has ensured that the research in their publication will remain available to all researchers now and in the future. We are grateful, as the Indiana University Mathematics Journal joins the CLOCKSS Archive, for its generous willingness to preserve its ejournal in a way that secures them for the long-term good of scholars worldwide."

About the Indiana University Mathematics Journal: Launched in 1952, the Indiana University Mathematics Journal is published and edited by the faculty of the Mathematics Department at Indiana University. The journal aims to publish significant research articles in both pure and applied mathematics. http://www.iumj.indiana.edu

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