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SIPX Announces Customers, Partners for Digital Copyright

SIPX, Inc. today announced a broad range of higher-education school customers and publisher partners for the company’s innovative, end-to-end, digital copyright service.

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GeoScienceWorld Adds Geochemical Perspectives

GeoScienceWorld (GSW) welcomes Geochemical Perspectives, a new journal published by the European Association of Geochemistry to its Millennium Collection of journals.

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GSW Adds New Archives to Collection

GeoScienceWorld (GSW) announces the debut of significant new additions to the GeoScienceWorld Archive Collection.

The Société Géologique de France (SGF) has added articles and metadata for the Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France, back to 1985. The Seismological Society of America (SSA) has completed its release of Earthquake Notes, which were later published as Seismological Research Letters. GeoScienceWorld now contains all archival content for these publications from 1929 to present.

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GeoScienceWorld Journals Incorporate Mobile Web Format

Readers now have mobile-optimized screen layout from the HighWire Open Platform

GeoScienceWorld's  (GSW) online journal collections and portal are now available in a mobile-optimized format with the help of HighWire's Mobile Web Interface. With average monthly visits to GSW from mobile devices already topping 9,000 hits, creating a version that is designed for advanced searching and browsing on the small screen will improve the experience and workflows for researchers, library patrons, and society members. 

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GSW Announces New Executive Team Member

GeoScienceWorld is pleased to announce the appointment of Christopher Straub as Deputy Executive Director. This expansion aligns with the organization’s new strategic plan, which calls for increasing services for partners and stakeholders in today’s rapidly changing information landscape. This new position is intended to add to the organization’s capacity and agility as it helps address the challenges faced by societies, libraries, instructors, and researchers and introduces new platforms to increase the discovery and use of scientific content.

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