Free Online Access to Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention Available through CLOCKSS

Oxford Journals announced today that the journal Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention, which has been discontinued, will be accessible through CLOCKSS.

Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention ceased publication at the end of 2008. Archival content from volume 1, issue 1 (2001) to volume 8, issue 4 (2008) will be removed from the Oxford Journals online platform at the end of May 2009. Only CLOCKSS, one of OUP’s preservation partners, will provide free access to the title and take responsibility for its ongoing long-term preservation.

Fiona Kearney, Director for UK Business Development & Rights for Oxford University Press, commented: “We are proud to participate in these preservation initiatives so that readers of this journal can continue to access archival content even after it has ceased publication and to ensure the continuity of the electronic scholarly record.”

“Oxford University Press, along with the other founding members of CLOCKSS, agreed early on to make triggered content in CLOCKSS available to the world for free,” explained Gordon Tibbitts, Co-Chair of the CLOCKSS board. “That policy, along with CLOCKSS’ low operating costs, and its community-based leadership, sets CLOCKSS apart. In these challenging economic times CLOCKSS enables libraries of all sizes to benefit from its digital preservation efforts.”

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