HighWire Press, announce[s] the launch of its latest product, Stackly (Stackly.org), a web-based toolset for content collection, organization, storage, and peer-to-peer collaboration.
Stackly integrates seamlessly into publication sites, offering publishers a proactive way to promote content and engage with the research community. Stackly enables readers to build article collections without leaving a publication site, increasing productivity and providing new channels for collaboration.
“Stackly is a new frontier for publishers to engage users,” said John Sack, HighWire’s Founding Director. “Editors can now create lists of articles on-the-fly – and even include non-article web pages – that they want to highlight. This is just the start of what Stackly can do.”
View Stackly integrations on the following HighWire-hosted journals (look for Stack this buttons on articles and My Stacks from the navigation menu):
American Academy of Neurology
- Neurology: Clinical Practice – http://cp.neurology.org/
- Neurology: Neuroimmunology and Neuroinflammation – http://nn.neurology.org/
American Society of Plant Biologists
European Respiratory Society
- European Respiratory Journal – http://erj.ersjournals.com/
- European Respiratory Review – http://err.ersjournals.com/
- Breathe – http://breathe.ersjournals.
Royal College of General Practitioners
- British Journal of General Practitioners – http://bjgp.org/
HighWire Press Introduces Stackly, a New Web-Based Content Collection and Collaboration Tool
Filed by April 2, 2015on