Introducing Librarian Self Service

In a busy working week, we’re all trying to save time and, thanks to technology, there are more and more cunning ways to do so.…


2014: A Big Year for Law and Society Scholarship

2014 marks 50 years of the Law and Society Association, the largest society for socio-legal scholarship. Attendance of the Association’s annual conference has grown from less than 100 scholars in the 1960s to more than 2000 in recent years, demonstrating the massive growth in this subject area.…


Introducing EPUB for Journals

We like gadgets at Cambridge Journals, be they phones, ereaders or tablets, and we’ve noticed our readers do too. Over the coming months we’ll be looking at how we can make Cambridge Journals stretch and shrink onto all sorts of screen sizes and still give our readers a full experience.…


Profile: Ted Goshulak

Ted Goshulak, University Librarian, Trinity and Western University, describes his role at a small Canadian university.   Ours is not a very large library or a very large institution.…


A personal view of copyright

My role is to manage the legal issues that affect our Mission and day to day operations. The role of a publishing lawyer has changed significantly in recent years.…


EBA in the UK

UK academic institutions can now access Cambridge ebook collections via an Evidence Based Acquisition (EBA) model agreed through Jisc Collections, an organisation which works on behalf of UK education.…


Altmetrics on CJO – tracking and analysing online activity

  Functionality updates in 2012 saw Cambridge Journals Online (CJO) adopt a new measure of article level metrics. Applied to a select number of Cambridge Journals, Altmetric provides detailed analyses of the online activity surrounding scholarly literature.…


Cambridge Books Online by numbers