Friday, September 15, 2017

In conjunction with Duke University Press, the CLOCKSS Archive is pleased to announce 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
  • Banach Journal of Mathematical Analysis Journal
  • Duke Mathematical Journal
  • Kyoto Journal of Mathematics Journal
  • Nagoya Mathematical Journal
  • Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 

“We are pleased to include our mathematics journals in the CLOCKSS Archive to have our full journal list represented,” said Kim Steinle, Library Relations and Sales Manager at Duke University Press.

CLOCKSS, the decentralized preservation archive that ensures that the digital assets of the community will survive intact, simultaneously announced the participation of six additional publishers.

New publishers include:

  • Literacy in Composition Studies
  • Numerique Premium
  • Past Global Changes
  • Permanyer
  • SciPost
  • Trans Tech Publications Ltd

About: CLOCKSS is a not-for-profit joint venture between the world’s leading academic publishers and research libraries whose mission is to build a sustainable, international, and geographically distributed dark archive with which to ensure the long-term survival of Web-based scholarly publications for the benefit of the greater global research community. http://www.clockss.org.

About Duke University Press

Duke University Press supports scholars in doing what they are passionate about: learning, teaching, and improving the world. This bold, progressive spirit drives both what and how the Press publishes. Each year Duke University Press publishes about 120 new books, more than 50 journals, and multiple digital collections that transform current thinking and move fields forward. We thrive as a nonprofit publisher because we adapt, innovate, and form strong global partnerships. It is our mission to find, curate, enrich, and disseminate scholarship that is vital to readers working at the forefront of their fields in the humanities, social sciences, and mathematics. For additional information, please visit http://www.dukeupress.edu.  

The University of Edinburgh is participating in CLOCKSS with three distinct roles.

  • A CLOCKSS steward library acting as an Archive Node and Delivery Host, preserving and making available web-published content following a failure to provide access from more traditional sources.
  • CLOCKSS Board member helping to determine procedures, priorities, and when to trigger content. The CLOCKSS archive is managed by and for its members, with representatives from participating publishers and library organisations
  • A host platform for triggered content via EDINA, a Jisc funded national data centre based at the University of Edinburgh. Triggered content refers to the collection of orphaned and abandoned content that is made