Wiley Publishing has released a new and improved Cochrane Library web site.
Along with an updated look and feel, the new site offers the following features and enhancements:
Improved navigation: Browse the site with ease and learn more about the Cochrane Library thanks to a clean menu interface
- Mobile optimization: Read and navigate the Cochrane Library effortlessly on tablet or mobile phone screens
- Better browsing: Browse Cochrane Reviews by topic or by Review Group
- Integrated access to Anywhere Systematic Review: Instantly access the enhanced “Anywhere Systematic Review” format, which can be used on any device, at any time
About the Cochrane Library
The Cochrane Library (ISSN 1465-1858) is a collection of six databases that contain different types of high-quality, independent evidence to inform healthcare decision-making, and a seventh database that provides information about Cochrane groups. At its core is the collection of Cochrane Reviews, a database of systematic reviews and meta-analyses of primary research in human health care and health policy.
Due to essential site maintenance, access to the Wiley Online Library may be interrupted during the following date and time:
||Saturday – October 30, 2010
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Wiley Online Library hosts a multidisciplinary collection of 480 full-text journals available to UML users covering life, health and physical sciences, social science, and the humanities.
More than half of Wiley’s journals onWiley InterScience are digitized back to Volume 1, Issue 1 as part of the development of the journal backfile initiative. When the initiative is completed in 2007, it will be one of the largest archives of its kind with content dating back to 1799 and over 1.5 million articles of scientific and scholarly research.
On August 8, 2010, Wiley Publishing launched their new Wiley Online Library site. This is an entirely new service built on new technology that completely replaces Wiley InterScience.
The site offers an entirely new updated design to provide easier navigation and more intuitive searching. Other improvements include:
- Support for authors and researchers with integrated reference links and multiple options for exporting citations.
- Personalization options to keep up-to-date on the latest research with content alerts and RSS feeds and the ability to save key publications and articles for future reference.
- Customizable product home pages that allow journal and society communities to highlight key features and share news and information.
- Access icons that identify the content available to customers through institutional licenses, society membership and author-funded OnlineOpen publication, as well as freely available content.
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