We are pleased to announce Murmann Publishers as the most recent addition to our list of prestigious book publishers on ScienceOpen, where open access titles by them will now be promoted in a unique ScienceOpen book collection. Join us as we navigate this brand-new collection.
Wachholtz’s interdisciplinary book scholarship will now be promoted in the context of our network in the form of a featured collection, where users and scholars can access high-quality book titles, while also being able to include our extensive multidimensional discovery tools in their research process.
Celebrate with us this new addition and explore the collection in this blog.
Evolution of book services on ScienceOpen
From citation tracking to open access book hosting to metadata enhancement, we have been busy at ScienceOpen creating and expanding options for scholarly book publishers. Since the Fall of 2019, we have been committed to making academic books discoverable within ScienceOpen’s citation network. In that relatively short period of time, we have gone from first expanding our indexing services to books and book chapters to receiving funding from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research to build a free user interface to manage open access book metadata. In this post, we summarize our book options for publishers and highlight the diverse featured Book Collections on the platform thus far. Keep reading if you are a book publisher or just want to discover some interesting innovations for open access books!Continue reading “ScienceOpen’s infrastructure for 4.3 million academic book and chapter records on the platform”
Recently we announced our new open access book hosting services on ScienceOpen. All the more excited we are to kick off another partnership just in time before the holidays!
Carl Grossmann Verlag is an open access academic book publisher based in Berlin. On the forefront of cross-media publishing, Carl Grossmann Publishers make their titles available not only in print and online, but also in all electronic formats: PDF, EPUB, and MOBI for mobile readers, e-book apps, and Amazon Kindle. Moreover, they offer authors a transparent calculation/cost scheme to clearly set out the steps and connected costs of the publishing process. This is a welcome counter model to many academic publishers, which either do not offer such broad range of digital format outputs or open access publishing, or ask for astronomic prices without offering any insight as to the allocation of expenses nor any detailed information about the actual services being provided. The Carl Grossmann Verlag continues to grow their open access portfolio German and English and all of their titles can be explored in an attractive Carl Grossmann Books collection on ScienceOpen.Continue reading “Carl Grossmann Publishers Joins ScienceOpen for Open Access Book Hosting”