Jeff Deneen, Ph.D.
Canadian Science Publishing
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Ottawa, Canada - Canadian Science Publishing (CSP) launches its new website www.nrcresearchpress.com today. Partnering with Atypon®, a worldwide leader in the digital content industry, CSP now offers users a website packed with features and functionality.
"Our new website is truly world class", says Cameron Macdonald, Executive Director, CSP. "The new platform provides a cutting-edge interactive experience that allows users to customize the website to suit their needs. It was designed and structured to appeal to researchers, editors, authors, librarians, students, societies, and anyone with an interest in leading scientific research."
Registered users can create a personalized home page where they can choose from a variety of options to give them the utmost flexibility and ease of use. Users can save and schedule favourite searches, highlight favourite journals and articles, download citations, sign up for e-alerts, and post links on a variety of social networking sites. The website will also track articles viewed by a user and recommend other articles that might be of interest based on what others have read. To see these and many additional new features, visit www.nrcresearchpress.com.
"We're excited to have CSP join the Atypon family," said Audrey Melkin, Director of Business Development for Atypon. "With Literatum, Atypon's industry-leading publishing platform, CSP has the tools it needs to maximize the discoverability of its content and respond rapidly to changes in the information economy."
To register as a user, log onto www.nrcresearchpress.com and create a user profile.
Please remember to update your bookmarks and links to our new site.
NRC Research Press, the publishing arm of the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) since 1929, transitioned in September 2010 from NRC and the Federal Government of Canada into an independent not-for-profit organization operating under the new name Canadian Science Publishing. Canadian Science Publishing (which continues to operate under the brand NRC Research Press) is the foremost scientific publisher in Canada and one of the most advanced electronic publishing services in the world. With over 50 highly skilled experts and an editorial team comprising some of the world's leading researchers, NRC Research Press (Canadian Science Publishing) communicates scientific discoveries to over 100 countries.
Atypon is setting new standards for digital content delivery, discovery, and monetization. The company's solutions include Literatum, the leading platform for professional and scholarly publishers, and RightSuite, an enterprise access and commerce platform for publishing and media organizations. For more information, visit www.Atypon.com.
Canadian Science Publishing operates under the brand NRC Research Press but is not affiliated with the National Research Council Canada. Papers published by Canadian Science Publishing are peer-reviewed by experts in their field. The views of the authors in no way reflect the opinions of Canadian Science Publishing or the National Research Council of Canada. Requests for commentary about the contents of any study should be directed to the authors.