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Correction to post re: LWW journal titles' online access

Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2002 06:34:38 -0700 (Pacific Daylight Time)
From: John Sack <sack@stanford.edu>
To: Ann Okerson <ann.okerson@yale.edu>


[Text supplied below was written by Richard Newman, HighWire Press]

The announcement reproduced below, posted to the Liblicense List in
August, was incorrect in stating that all electronic journals from
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (LWW) "will be available to institutional
customers solely through Ovid beginning with the 2003 subscription year."  
Senior LWW management has assured Stanford's HighWire Press that this
earlier announcement was incorrect, and HighWire would like to get the
correct information distributed before any unnecessary subscription-change
work is done.

While the original announcement correctly states LWW's policy for its
proprietary journals and for certain society journals published by LWW,
this policy does NOT pertain to the seventeen society journals published
by LWW that are hosted at Stanford University Library's HighWire Press.  
(The journal titles, owning societies, and URLs of the seventeen journal
sites are listed below).

LWW senior management has confirmed that these seventeen journals will
continue to be available to all subscribers, both individual AND
INSTITUTIONAL, through Stanford's HighWire Press: http://www.highwire.org

The society Web sites maintained at Stanford will continue to be the sole
source for COMPLETE journal content, including publish-ahead-of-print
articles, e-letters, and electronic data supplements (such as
spreadsheets, video clips, data files) that are NOT included in the Ovid
instance of these journals.

Full-text links in PubMed will continue to point to the HighWire-hosted
content.  CrossRef links will continue to point to the HighWire-hosted
content.  Finally, "toll-free"  cited-reference links-i.e., free full-text
access to all HighWire-hosted cited articles, even for
non-subscribers-will continue at HighWire as always.

There is absolutely no need to "migrate" to Ovid your subscriptions for
the following journals, as was suggested in the inaccurate Liblicense

Anesthesia & Analgesia  (International Anesthesia Research 
Society)  http://www.anesthesia-analgesia.org/

Annals of Surgical Oncology  (The Society of Surgical Oncology) 

Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology  (American 
Heart Association)  http://atvb.ahajournals.org/

Circulation  (American Heart Association)  

Circulation Research  (American Heart Association)  

CV Surgery Online  (American Heart Association) 

Hypertension  (American Heart Association)  

Journal of Clinical Oncology  (American Society of Clinical 
Oncology)  http://www.jco.org/

Journal of Medical Microbiology  (The Society for General 
Microbiology)  http://jmm.sgmjournals.org/

Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (American Society 
of Nephrology) http://www.jasn.org

Journal of Vascular & Interventional Radiology (Society of 
Interventional Radiology) http://www.jvir.org/

Laboratory Investigation  (The United States and Canadian 
Academy of Pathology)  http://labinvest.uscapjournals.org/

Modern Pathology  (The United States and Canadian Academy of 
Pathology) http://modpath.uscapjournals.org/

Neurology  (American Academy of Neurology)  

Pediatric Research  (International Pediatric Research 
Foundation)  http://www.pedresearch.org/

Psychosomatic Medicine (American Psychosomatic Society) 

Stroke  (American Heart Association)  

Richard Newman, rnewman@stanford.edu 
Stanford University
HighWire Press



From: Ann Okerson <okerson@pantheon.yale.edu>
To: liblicense-l@lists.yale.edu
Subject: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Announcement
Date: Sun, 25 Aug 2002 19:21:14 EDT
Reply-To: liblicense-l@lists.yale.edu

From: Fugle, Mary  <mfugle@LWW.com>    
Sent: Thursday, August 22, 2002 10:02 AM
To: 'liblicense-1@lists.yale.edu'
Subject: Please Post

The following letter was mailed this week to all LWWOnline site 
licenses customers.

Dear Customer,

As you may know, electronic journals from Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
(LWW) will be available to institutional customers solely through Ovid
beginning with the 2003 subscription year.  We're making this change
because together, as sister companies within Wolters Kluwer International
Health & Science, Ovid and LWW can offer you an expanded range of research
capabilities.  Your LWW print subscriptions will be unaffected.  If you
use the services of a subscription agent, they will continue to handle
your print orders with LWW and they will pass along electronic orders to


Ovid recognizes that every customer has different research needs.  To meet
those needs, Ovid works to combine content, search tools and service to
develop a unique solution that's just right for every customer.  Here are
some of the advantages that Ovid offers its customers:

- Access to the aggregated content of the 60 top publishers worldwide. 
- 100% searchability with more targeted results
- Extensive backfiles - predating LWWOnline.
- Linking both within Journals@Ovid from references, plus to and from important 
  citation databases.
- CrossRef linking. -Integration with local systems such as OPAC's document ordering.
- Integration and delivery to point of care through medical records 
  systems and other hospital information systems and complimentary clinical tools. 
- Local customization options including authentication, local messaging,
  auto alerts, multiple search modes.


We look forward to providing you with this expanded range of capabilities.
An Ovid representative will be contacting your shortly to migrate your
subscription in time for renewal.  If you immediate questions you may
contact Ovid at:

In the U.S.              1-800-343-0064
Asia/Pacific             61 29 231 5599 
Rest Of World            44 20 8585 6400
Mary Fugle, MLS
Director of Library & Trade Relations
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
345 Hudson Street
New York, NY  10014