BioOne proudly announces new content partnerships with seven societies, institutes, and associations from the UK, Germany, Czech Republic, Netherlands, and the US. Together these will enhance the full-text aggregation BioOne Complete with seven new journals for 2018. With these excellent additions, BioOne Complete will offer 207 high impact titles from leading nonprofit scientific publishers around the world.
Joining BioOne Complete in January 2018 will be: Bradleya, published by the British Cactus and Succulent Society; Folia Zoologica, published by the Institute of Vertebrate Biology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic; and Journal of Herpetological Medicine and Surgery, published by the Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians. The following four open access titles will also join the collection: Arachnologische Mitteilungen: Arachnology Letters, published by Arachnologische Gesellschaft e.V.; Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club, published by the British Ornithologists’ Club; Lindbergia, published by the Dutch Bryological and Lichenological Society and Nordic Bryological Society; and Lundellia, published by The Plant Resources Center, The University of Texas at Austin.
These seven titles represent a wealth of content in herpetology, entomology, plant sciences, ornithology, and zoology. Their collective backfile encompasses over 10,000 new pages for BioOne Complete, adding to the aggregation’s existing 1.4 million pages. 81% of BioOne Complete’s 2018 subscribed titles have Impact Factors, and 30% are based outside the US. Furthermore, 69% of current titles are available in full-text XML exclusively through BioOne Complete.
“Folia Zoologica, the international journal of vertebrate zoology, has published scientific research in the field of animal biology since 1938,” commented Jan Zima, Editor-in-Chief. “The 67th volume of the journal will appear in 2018 and we are proud to be able to extend our reach to the international zoological community as part of BioOne Complete. The journal is published by a small institution—the Institute of Vertebrate Biology, Czech Academy of Sciences—in a small country, and yet our contributions to the field are large. We are happy to find such an esteemed publishing partner as BioOne. Access to the BioOne Complete user community will allow us to disseminate more effectively novel and exciting findings in zoological research.”
Susi Skomal, PhD., BioOne President/CEO, further noted: “Adding new content to the collection is a highlight each year and 2018 allows us to expand our international partnerships in many directions. BioOne Complete is an essential collection covering a wide range of biological science specialties. BioOne is proud to connect publishers, libraries, researchers, and students for the purpose of increasing access and advancing scientific inquiry.”
New Title Information
The following titles will make their debut in BioOne Complete on January 2, 2018. Title lists and other librarian resources are available for download on the BioOne Complete website. Please contact us with any questions, or to set up a free trial for your institution.
- Bradleya, British Cactus and Succulent Society
0265-086X | n. 1 (1983) – Current
- Folia Zoologica, Institute of Vertebrate Biology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
0139-7893 | v. 59 (2010) – Current
- Journal of Herpetological Medicine and Surgery, Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians
1529-9651 | v. 19 (2009) – Current
- Arachnologische Mitteilungen: Arachnology Letters, Arachnologische Gesellschaft e.V.
1018-4171 / 2199-7233 | v. 55 (2018) – Current
- Lundellia, The Plant Resources Center, The University of Texas at Austin
1097-993X | v. 1 (1998) – Current
- Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club, British Ornithologists’ Club
0007-1595 | v. 137 (2017) – Current
- Lindbergia, Dutch Bryological and Lichenological Society and Nordic Bryological Society
0105-0761 | v. 37 (2014) – Current
As of December 31, 2017, Marine Resource Economics, published by the MRE Foundation, Inc., will cease adding new content to BioOne Complete. Please contact their primary publisher, University of Chicago Press, with any questions. In accordance with BioOne’s commitment to perpetual access, all previously deposited issues from 2009-2017 (nine years of content), will remain accessible to BioOne Complete subscribers in perpetuity. More information about current and historical title transitions, as well as open access transfers, is available on the BioOne Complete website.