BioOne Complete Welcomes Back Popular Titles for 2019

BioOne proudly announces the return of three popular journals and the addition of a new open access title to BioOne Complete for 2019. Re-joining as active participants depositing current content will be Biology of Reproduction, published by the Society for the Study of Reproduction, as well as Journal of Mammalogy and Mammalian Species, published by the American Society of Mammalogists. Freshwater Mollusk Biology and Conservation, published by the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, joins the BioOne open access collection.

This wealth of new content adds increased value to the aggregation’s existing 1.5 million-plus pages. Returning titles will fill gaps in their archive, to include all issues from 2000-present. Freshwater Mollusk Biology and Conservation will include issues from 2012-present, and be available in XML for the first time.

With these high-caliber additions, BioOne Complete will offer 208 full-text journals from leading scientific societies and independent presses around the world. 81% of BioOne Complete’s 2019 subscribed titles have Impact Factors, and 29% are based outside the US. Furthermore, two-thirds of current titles are available in full-text XML exclusively through BioOne Complete.

2019 title lists and other librarian resources are available for download on the BioOne Complete website. Not yet a BioOne Complete subscriber? Please contact us for a quote or free trial.


Platform Transition

As announced on August 8, BioOne Complete will launch on a new platform on January 1, 2019, powered by an innovative not-for-profit partnership with SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics. The new site (remaining at bioone.org) will give BioOne Complete a more modern and intuitive look and feel, while enhancing user functionality. The BioOne team is committed to a seamless and transparent transition for all stakeholders, including our valued library subscribers. We welcome your questions and will be in touch throughout the fall with more information.

 

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