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In a similar vein, expert commentaries – Insights – provide context, podcasts target a wider audience while impact statements from the author and reviewing editor enhance comprehensibility for all. Interestingly, Jennifer Mc Lennan, head of external relations at e Life, reckons being relatively new to the world of scholarly publishing has had key advantages here.
‘We’ve been able to capitalise on decades of experiences in publishing, and deploy the latest standards and best practices in metadata as well as information organisation,’ she asserts.
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Crucially, each houses a staggeringly vast array of different types of content, which Jessica Turner, head of scientific research business at Web of Science provider, Clarivate Analytics, believes will always be key to discovery.
As she points out, a hefty 96 million records over 32,000 journals are contained within the Web of Science, with some dating back to 1900.‘This includes a core collection of globally significant literature but also regional citation indexes such as the Chinese Science Citation Database and Sci ELO for Latin America,’ she says.
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'This means that we get the technical aspects right, but also ensure that we’re getting feedback from our customers and users on their experiences.’ Open for research Open access journal, e Life, was launched in 2012 by biomedical funding heavyweights, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the Wellcome Trust and the Max Planck Society, to rival the big three traditional biology publishers, Nature, Science and Cell.