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Wiley-Blackwell Launches Pilot Program for Biotechnology Journals With DeepDyve

A portfolio of biotechnology journals with more than 75,000 articles will be available through DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scientific and scholarly research articles, under a new Wiley-Blackwell pilot program. DeepDyve uses a “Research, Rent, Read” model that lets researchers discover and read-only articles from these journals on the DeepDyve site at affordable prices. The pilot will feature 26 journals and content dating from 1912, including the Journal of Pharmaceutical Science, American Journal of Medical Genetics, Biotechnology and Bioengineering, and Cell Proliferation.

“Wiley is exploring new channels and business models for delivering our content, to the widest possible audience,” said Reed Elfenbein, vice president and director of sales and marketing. “DeepDyve’s innovative content rental model enables us to reach researchers who are working outside of academic institutions and who do not have the resources of institutional libraries to access the latest scientific publications in their fields. Partnering with DeepDyve will help us to serve their information needs with flexibility and immediacy, while learning more about them and the opportunities and challenges presented by this innovative enabling technology.”

DeepDyve targets unaffiliated knowledge workers who do not have access to content via an institutional library. Users can sign up for different levels of membership: Basic (pay as you go for a 24-hour rental period); Silver (a monthly subscription for up to 10 articles, each for a 1-week rental period); and Gold (a monthly subscription for up to 25 articles per month with no expiration date). DeepDyve’s “KeyPhrase” search technology supports queries of up to 5,000 words. The company’s proprietary document viewer allows users read-only access to the articles but prevents them from printing or copying and pasting the contents of the document. The DeepDyve viewer is also designed to work on iPads and other mobile devices.

The Wiley-Blackwell journals in this program can be found by visiting both the Wiley Online Library and DeepDyve.

Source: Wiley-Blackwell



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