CLOCKSS Announces Preservation of Crossref Metadata

Today the CLOCKSS Archive – the long-term preservation service for scholarly content — announced that the CLOCKSS system will preserve all Crossref metadata. The Crossref system contains bibliographic information for 97 million scholarly articles and book content, and growing by ~2 million each year. Crossref is the underlying infrastructure for several crucial features of scholarly… Read more »

CLOCKSS Announces the Participation of Additional Publishers

CLOCKSS today announced that five additional publishers are working with the archive to preserve their publications for future generations of researchers. “Perpetual access to academic content is a very important asset for the scholarly community. Being an academic publisher, it is one of our key missions and therefore I am glad that CLOCKSS and IOS… Read more »

CLOCKSS Archive Announces the Trigger of Twenty-One Sage Publishing Journals for Open Access

The CLOCKSS Archive today announced that twenty-one journals have been triggered for open access by the CLOCKSS Board of Directors. The triggers occurred after Sage Publishing ceased publishing twenty-one titles after purchasing the full portfolio of Libertas Academica in late 2016, and the content would no longer be available online. The publications have been preserved… Read more »

CLOCKSS Archive and Code Ocean Announce Preservation Partnership

Code Ocean compute capsules associated with published research will now be preserved by CLOCKSS Code Ocean and CLOCKSS announce that Code Ocean will preserve its compute capsules in the CLOCKSS Archive to ensure the long-term accessibility of code associated with research articles. Code and software are increasingly crucial to the conduct of research and to… Read more »

Joint Statement from Collaborating Digital Preservation Organizations

The CLOCKSS Archive is a charter member of a new and growing collaboration of higher-education and non-profit entities dedicated to digital preservation. We have pledged to emphasize what unites us and to actively seek ways that, by coordinating our efforts across the communities that we serve, can accelerate progress in preserving digital content at scales… Read more »

CLOCKSS Announces the Participation of Additional Publishers

In conjunction with Duke University Press, the CLOCKSS Archive takes pleasure in announcing the preservation of the Press’s six mathematics titles from the Project Euclid platform. This is in addition to the Press’s other humanities and social sciences journals which have been included in the archive since 2012. The mathematics titles are: Annals of Functional Analysis Journal… Read more »

CLOCKSS Announces the Support of Additional Publishers and Libraries

CLOCKSS today announced that five additional publishers are working with the archive to preserve their publications for future generations of researchers. CLOCKSS, the decentralized preservation archive that ensures that the digital assets of the community will survive intact, simultaneously announced the support of six additional libraries. “Clinical and Investigative Medicine (CIM) is the only Canadian… Read more »

The CLOCKSS Archive announces the trigger of two journals for open access

The CLOCKSS Archive today announced that BoneKEy Reports, published by Springer Nature on behalf of the International Bone and Mineral Society, and Tijdschrift voor tijdschrift¬studies (Journal for the Study of Periodical Media)published by Projectgroep Tijdschriftstudies and supported by Utrecht University Library Open Access Journals, have been triggered for open access by the CLOCKSS Board of Directors. The… Read more »

CLOCKSS Announces the Support of Additional Publishers and Libraries

CLOCKSS today announced that twelve additional publishers are working with the archive to preserve their publications for future generations of researchers. CLOCKSS, the decentralized preservation archive that ensures that the digital assets of the community will survive intact, simultaneously announced the support of two additional libraries. “We are very happy to be included in the… Read more »