April has been a busy month for us, with publishing events returning to a physical format, new book collections featured in our discovery network, and a constant push to make Science more accessible to all.
By joining the platform, the JCB publications are now placed in the context of over 77 million scholarly records and will be discoverable by ScienceOpen’s advanced search engine, as well as promoted as part of a featured Collection on ScienceOpen’s social media platforms.
SDG16: Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all, and build effective, accountable, and inclusive institutions at all levels.
ScienceOpen Collections are thematic groups of research papers drawn from a variety of journals or publishers. In the case of the University of Westminster Press, the UWP super collection combines six individual journal collections.
We have previously written on our blog about our content covering fields such as humanities, biology, agriculture, and rare disease research, and today we would like to promote some of the law-related content that has been featured in various topical collections from prestigious university presses, research institutions, and publishing houses.
Bloomsbury has one of the largest open access book portfolios, with several hundred titles available through a rapidly expanding programme, committed to evolving as well as adapting to change as the demand for open access increases.
ScienceOpen worked closely with Peter Lang Group to present a glimpse into the publisher’s editorial program and rich content in a featured collection, with titles available in both English and Spanish. These new book titles will be adding valuable insights not only to our book network but also to our multilingual content, thus making research more accessible for the diverse audiences that use ScienceOpen in their line of academic engagement.
ScienceOpen puts your research in context within a network of 76 million articles, including over 25.000 journals and 29 million authors.