WASHINGTON, DC—BioOne Complete (www.bioone.org), the full-text database from BioOne, is featured in a recent review by Library Journal and hailed as a valuable and cost-active resource for peer-reviewed research in the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences.
LJ Reviews is a trusted resource in the library community for collection development and purchasing decisions. Evaluations cover three dimensions: content, usability, and pricing. In addition, each review includes a final “verdict.” Long-time LJ contributors Bruce Connolly and Gail Golderman present a thorough appraisal of BioOne Complete in a recent print issue and hail the resource as “cost-effective” and a “valuable addition to institutions.” The authors discuss the collection’s subject coverage, highlight selected works, analyze accessibility, and provide an overview of platform resources and training. Also, in reviewing the user experience there is a guided tour of the platform’s valuable search and discovery features.
BioOne Complete presents a cost-effective collection of independently published scholarly content and affords full-text access to materials, providing students and scholars use of current research and, with the assistance of Google Translate, encourages worldwide participation. With a wide range of tools and enhancements, this product is a valuable addition to institutions that support the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences. BioOne has returned over $35 million from sales to its nonprofit publishers, helping them remain financially sustainable and editorially independent.”
— LJ Reference Reviews: April 15, 2017
To read the full BioOne Complete review pick up a copy of the April 15, 2017 issue of Library Journal (page 106-107) or access the issue through your LJ electronic subscription.
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BioOne is a nonprofit publisher that aims to make scientific research more accessible. Its core product is BioOne Complete, an aggregation of more than 190 independently published journals in the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences. Established in 1999 by five founding organizations—the American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS), the Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC), The University of Kansas, the Greater Western Library Alliance (GWLA), and Allen Press, Inc.—BioOne is committed to collaboration and serves a community of over 140 society and institutional publishers, 4,000 accessing institutions, and millions of researchers worldwide. For more information, visit www.bioonepublishing.org.