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Cambridge Journals Online Mobile (CJOm) has now launched

Those who regularly use a small mobile device to access Cambridge 
Journals Online (CJO), will find it far quicker and easier with 
new CJO Mobile (CJOm).

*CJOm has been optimized for smartphones and other small mobile 

*Streamlined design and low resolution images offer increased 
speed and convenience

*If CJOm users sign up for content alerts, or save searches or 
articles, these will be available on CJO and vice versa

*Mobile devices are detected and automatically directed to CJOm

Access here:

Mobile users will be redirected from CJO to CJOm at:

Non-mobile users can access CJOm via:

CJOm also functions as a low bandwidth version of CJO

Thanks to a simplified design, low resolution images and an 
emphasis on text, CJOm also functions as a faster access point 
for readers in countries with low bandwidth internet access.

These users should access CJOm via:

Cambridge Journals has an ongoing commitment to support 
researchers in developing countries, many of whom struggle with 
the issue of low bandwidth.  For more information about our 
developing country programme, please go to:


Kind regards

Tristan Collier
Cambridge Journals

Cambridge University Press
University Printing House
Shaftesbury Road
Cambridge, CB2 8BS
England, UK