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New look for ingentaconnect

*Apologies for cross posting*

Dear all,

We are pleased to announce the launch of the new look 
ingentaconnect, which is scheduled for Monday 6th September.

While the design represents a significant change to the site 
there are no changes to the URLs or linking syntax. Link 
resolvers, bookmarks and personalization features will all 
continue to function as before with no action required by readers 
or librarians.

The new look ingentaconnect has been designed to optimize the end 
user experience through improved navigation and content discovery 
and represents the second phase of a series of enhancements for 
ingentaconnect. Phase one of the enhancements included a release 
in March this year which featured COUNTER 3 compliance, early 
compliance with Shibboleth 2, as well as RightsConnect 
integration and improved Open Access support.

Future releases will deliver additional improvements and upgrades 
to include; integration with the award winning search engine 
(Apache Solr), enhanced ahead of print functionality, plus 
additional content amounting to 3,600 new titles.

While ingentaconnect may look dramatically different, it still 
maintains its status as a trusted and established research 
resource; containing 13,500 scholarly and professional 
publications, equating to 4.5 million articles from 255 leading 
international publishers. ingentaconnect continues to be 
committed to ensuring visibility of content via library 
technology and is an active member of the KBART working group. 
Partnerships with Summon, Primo Central and EBSCO Discovery 
Service also guarantee content is discoverable via the latest 
range of library products.

Finally, ingentaconnect mobile will make its debut later this 
autumn - more to follow on this!

For more information please visit http://www.ingentaconnect.com. 
If you have any questions or feedback please let us know at: 

Best wishes


Rose Robinson
Product Manager
Publishing Technology