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Oxford Journals releases title to preservation services

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The journal Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention, which was discontinued at the end of 2008, will be accessible through two preservation services, Portico and CLOCKSS. Oxford Journals, which published the journal, joined these services in 2006.

Archival content from Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention will be removed from the Oxford Journals online platform on 1 June. After this time, libraries that participate in CLOCKSS or Portico will continue to have access through these platforms. The preservation partners will also take responsibility for the journal's ongoing long-term preservation.

Fiona Kearney, director for UK business development and rights at Oxford University Press, commented: ‘We are proud to participate in these preservation initiatives so that readers of this journal can continue to access archival content even after it has ceased publication and to ensure the continuity of the electronic scholarly record.'