Cambridge Journals : Autumn news

Spring’s early at Cambridge Journals Online: It may be Autumn but there’s lots that’s new at CJO:

Articles available for download in ePUB format

Readers will now be able to download selected articles on CJO in ePUB format, allowing them to read CJO articles on any tablet or e-reader device. ePUB files provide a far superior reading experience that includes reflowable content, resizable text, and support for audio and video content. For more information, read our ePUB blog post.

PCI compliance across CJO and CJO Mobile

A PCI-DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) compliant system has now been implemented on CJO and CJO Mobile. This ensures CJO’s handling of all personal data, including credit card details, remains secure and efficient.

For more information, read our PCI blog post.

ORCID ID’s

ORCID provides authors with a unique digital identifier that acts as a key by which to distinguish their work. ORCID numbers will now be displayed alongside every registered author for all forthcoming articles on CJO, allowing readers to quickly and easily identify the correct researchers.

For more information about ORCID digital identifiers, and how to sign up for an ORCID ID, visit their website.

Improvements to search functionality

Improvements have been made to enhance the speed and accuracy of searches run across CJO, including the addition of a ‘search the exact phrase’ option, and searchable FAQs on our help pages.

There’s more to come

CJO is upgraded with three regular releases of new and improved functionality per year – you can stay up to date with all the latest releases by following us on Twitter, or visiting the CJO section of our blog. If you’d like to view a list of new and past features, please visit the ‘New CJO Features‘ page.

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