Springer Nature expands its partnership with the CLOCKSS digital archive

Springer Nature, the world’s largest academic book publisher, will partner with CLOCKSS to ensure the long-term preservation of all books published since 1815. Around 300,000 book titles crucially important for the scholarly record will now be kept safe for posterity. This includes titles in multiple languages, including English and German, and from a range of… Read more »

CLOCKSS joins the Digital Preservation Coalition

The Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) is delighted to welcome CLOCKSS, as they become the newest Full Member of the Coalition. A collaboration between leading research libraries and academic publishers around the globe, CLOCKSS is a digital preservation archive for scholarly content. It focuses on content licensed or published by research libraries, and is currently entrusted… Read more »

Happy World Preservation Day from CLOCKSS

A new YouTube Channel Interested in learning more about the digital preservation of scholarship? Check out the free videos on our new YouTube channel. You’ll find short, informative talks by terrific speakers including: Gaëlle Béquet (ISSN International Centre) Thib Guicherd-Callin (LOCKSS) Helen Hockx-Yu (Notre Dame) Tim Martin (OCLC) Roxanne Missingham (Australian National University) Jeremy Morse… Read more »

CLOCKSS Announces Officers for 2021-2022

The Board of Directors of the CLOCKSS digital archive has elected as its officers for 2021-2022: Tom Cramer (Stanford University) – Library Co-Chair Duncan Campbell (Wiley) – Publisher Co-Chair Kivmars Bowling (Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics) – Treasurer Carla Lee (University of Virginia) – Secretary Vida Damijonaitis (American Medical Association) – Chair of Audit… Read more »

CLOCKSS Provides 2021 Annual Update

We hope this message finds you well! The CLOCKSS community continues to adjust to the unusual circumstances caused by the pandemic. It has reminded all of us that we live with risks every day; the long-term preservation mission of CLOCKSS seems especially relevant. Community Satisfaction Survey This year, for the first time, we would like… Read more »

CLOCKSS Digital Preservation webinars

Please join us for one of two free digital preservation webinars on 9 September 2021. We are keen to engage with and hear your needs and concerns, and we would like to share some insight into how CLOCKSS works and the challenges we face. There will be some informative lightning talks and an opportunity for… Read more »

Community Satisfaction Survey

This year, for the first time, we would like to ask you to complete a short survey so that we can better understand how the community views our services. This should take 2-3 minutes to complete and is available at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/CLOCKSS2021. Thank you!

Interview with Craig Van Dyck of CLOCKSS

Interview with Craig Van Dyck of CLOCKSS on transitioning out as Executive Director, preservation and the future. Read the full interview here: https://lnnk.in/ePa1

CLOCKSS Names New Executive Director

Alicia Wise joins CLOCKSS as Executive Director CLOCKSS – the long-term digital preservation service for scholarly communications – is pleased to announce that Alicia Wise will be its new Executive Director, taking over from Craig Van Dyck, who retires in May. Dr. Wise has worked to improve access to digital research information throughout her career,… Read more »

CLOCKSS Announces the Trigger of the journal Studium

The CLOCKSS Archive today announced that Studium: Tijdschrift Voor Wetenschaps- en Universiteitsgeschiedenis | Revue D’histoire des Sciences et des Universités has been triggered for open access by the CLOCKSS Board of Directors. The trigger occurred after Utrecht University Library ceased publishing the title and the content would no longer be available online. The publication has… Read more »