Thieme joins the CLOCKSS Archive, A Cost Effective Archiving Solution for Libraries and Publishers Around the Globe

Stuttgart – Thieme Publishing Group has joined CLOCKSS (Controlled Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe), a community-governed, non-profit joint venture between the world’s leading scholarly publishers and research libraries. These organizations are working together to guarantee the permanent survival of academic digital content beyond the twenty-first century. Additional participants in this continuously growing international project… Read more »

Five new publishers join CLOCKSS

CLOCKSS is pleased to announce a new group of five scholarly publishers that have recently joined the CLOCKSS archive: American Academy of Pediatrics Co-Action Publishers Edinburgh University Press Liverpool University Press Rockefeller University Press CLOCKSS (Controlled Lots of Copies Keeps Stuff Safe) is a community-governed, not-for-profit archive founded by librarians and publishers to ensure the… Read more »

BioMed Central joins CLOCKSS to archive its open access articles

CLOCKSS is pleased to announce that it has partnered with BioMed Central, the world’s largest open access publisher, to preserve over 60,000 articles in CLOCKSS’s geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. A non-profit joint venture between the world’s leading scholarly publishers and research… Read more »

CLOCKSS Welcomes Two New Publishers: Royal Society of Chemistry and Royal Society

CLOCKSS is pleased to announce that two new society publishers have recently joined the CLOCKSS archive. The Royal Society of Chemistry and the Royal Society have signed agreements this fall to join CLOCKSS and preserve their materials in the CLOCKSS network of geographically and geopolitically distributed archive nodes. CLOCKSS (Controlled Lots of Copies Keep Stuff… Read more »

The CLOCKSS Archive and the ACM Partner To Preserve Digital Library of Computing Resources

The CLOCKSS archive is pleased to announce it’s newest publishing partner, the ACM (the Association for Computing Machinery), By joining CLOCKSS archive community ACM ensures their digital collections are preserved in a trusted, reliable archive and that this important scholarly content will remain accessible to the world’s future scholars, researchers, and students. The CLOCKSS… Read more »

CLOCKSS and CrossRef Collaboration Makes it Easier to Find Discontinued Journal Articles

CLOCKSS and CrossRef have implemented the means to track articles from discontinued journals using the CrossRef DOIs (Digital Object Identifiers) originally assigned to the articles. When a published journal or other content is no longer available from a publisher, an archive that stores that content experiences a “trigger event.” CLOCKSS (Controlled Lots of Copies Keep… Read more »

AIP Partners with CLOCKSS to Digitally Archive All AIP’s Electronically-Published Material

The American Institute of Physics (AIP) has announced it will preserve its award-winning publications in the CLOCKSS digital archive of scholarly research content. AIP will place over 150,000 articles in the archive, including back-file materials dating back to 1999. CLOCKSS is a community-governed, not-for-profit collaboration between librarians and publishers. The CLOCKSS archive ensures the long-term… Read more »

Taking Charge: Preserving Our Digital Heritage, Part II

Micah Altman, James A. Jacobs, Richard Pearce-Moses, Victoria Reich, Bernie Reilly, Nan Rubin, Julie Sweetkind-Singer and others are the featured authors in the second installment of Against the Grain’s two-part series on trends in Digital Preservation. More here:

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… Read more »

Taking Charge: Preserving Our Digital Heritage, Part I

Advocates and leaders in Digital Preservation including Peter Burnhill, Daniel Cornwall, Vic Elliott, Martin Halbert, James R. Jacobs, Heather Ruland Staines, Katherine Skinner, Aaron Trehub, and Glen Worthey write about their current projects in the February 2009 issue of Against the Grain. More here: