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Ingenta Announces New Publishing Partners

Ingenta made a number of announcements at the ALA Midwinter meeting. Ingenta said that it has signed 15 new publishers and societies since October 2002, bringing the total to 250.

Oxford University Press is having Ingenta build a scholarly books site for subscription-based access. The site will offer 750 current and selected backlist titles in full text, at launch, in the humanities and social sciences, and will be online and cross-searchable in the fall of 2003 at http://www.oup.co.uk/academic/humanities/promotions/osodemo/. Access to all of the abstracts and keywords in Oxford Scholarship Online will be freely available alongside journal abstracts through a wide variety of services, including ingenta.com.

The World Bank is creating an e-library, powered by Ingenta. The site is scheduled to launch in the spring of this year, and will include more than 1,000 World Bank titles published in the past years and all forthcoming titles in electronic format.

And, the American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP) will be among the first publishers to take advantage of Ingenta's new service capability that enables publishers who maintain full text SGML or XML editions of their publications to re-purpose their publications on Ingenta's aggregation service.

Source: Ingenta


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