Digital Preservation: De Gruyter and Eight Other Publishers Join CLOCKSS Archive
In the past three days, the CLOCKSS archive has announced nine new publishers have joined the archive and permanently preserving digital material with them.
Here’s a list of the new members.
1. De Gruyter
De Gruyter can archive from its 36 databases and eBookPLUS 55 CLOCKSS the archive immediately.
Details about each of the following new publishers preserving with CLOCKS are listed on the CLOCKSS news web page.
2. IWA Publishing (ejournals)
3. Liverpool University Press Preserves (Translated Texts for Historians eLibrary)
4. KwaZulu-Natal Museum (ejournal)
5. Practical Action Publishing (ejournals and ebooks)
6. LIBRE Repository
(in conjunction with Open Scholar C.I.C.)
7. Illiesia (ejournal)
8. Business Systems Laboratory (ejournal)
How Does CLOCKSS Work
In Their Own Words:
CLOCKSS is a not-for-profit joint venture started by libraries and publishers committed to ensuring long-term access to scholarly publications in digital format. As libraries migrate from print to online-only publications, they expect assurances from publishers that their shared investments are protected and preserved for generations to come. The CLOCKSS archive provides this assurance via its secure network of content that can be accessed only when a trigger event is deemed to have occurred. CLOCKSS is unique because it makes all content triggered from the archive freely available to the world.
See Also: CLOCKSS FAQ
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