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CLOCKSS Archive to Preserve American Mathematical Society Epublications

The CLOCKSS Archive announced a partnership with the American Mathematical Society (AMS) to preserve its ejournals and ebooks in CLOCKSS’s geographically and geopolitically distributed network of redundant archive nodes, located at 12 major research libraries around the world. This action provides for content to be freely available to everyone after a “trigger event” and ensures an author’s work will be maximally accessible and useful over time.

Elizabeth Huber, associate executive director for publishing at AMS, said, “The AMS recognizes the important role of a strong archiving policy in maintaining the scholarly record and sees this as a major part of its efforts to move forward in the use and distribution of digital formats.” CLOCKSS executive director Randy S. Kiefer added, “By archiving with CLOCKSS, AMS, one of the top publishers of advanced mathematics in the world, has ensured the survival of the mathematical research in their publications for a wide audience now and in the future.”

The 30,000-member American Mathematical Society was founded in 1888 to further the interests of mathematical research and scholarship. It serves the national and international community through its publications, meetings, advocacy and other programs.

Source: American Mathematical Society

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