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AIP partners with CLOCKSS

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Online versions of all American Institute of Physics' (AIP's) journals will soon reside in the dark archive, CLOCKSS (Controlled Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe). This is a joint venture by libraries and publishers to help ensure long-term access to scholarly publications in digital format. CLOCKSS will make AIP content freely available in the event that AIP is no longer able to provide access.

'AIP has long been committed to digital archiving, formulating our first policy statement on the subject more than 10 years ago,' said Tim Ingoldsby, AIP's director of strategic initiatives and publisher relations.

AIP has already partnered with another preservation initiative, Portico, for nearly three years.