Cambridge University Press Launches Cambridge Core, Platform Offers All CUP Academic Content in One Place
From Cambridge U. Press:
Cambridge Core, the new academic platform from Cambridge University Press has now launched, bringing together all CUP academic content in one place for the first time.
Cambridge Core replaces the Press’s two main platforms – Cambridge Journals Online and Cambridge Books Online, including over 360 journals and 30,000 ebooks. All content from Cambridge Histories Online, Cambridge Companions Online, Shakespeare Survey Online, and partner publisher content from University Publishing Online is also available on the new platform.
A high powered, facetted search ensures that researchers get straight to the content they want, with clear indicators to show what content they have access to. Researchers can download multiple PDFs, as well as sending content to Dropbox, Google Drive, or their Kindle.
Cambridge is the first publisher to work directly with RefME, using their ‘export citation’ widget. Researchers can choose from over 7,500 citation styles, making it easier for them collate references according to their institution’s requirements.
The new platform provides access to more than 1 million journal articles and 30,000+ books.
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Announcing Cambridge Core from Cambridge Journals on Vimeo.
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