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Cambridge Journals Online

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Cambridge Journals, part of Cambridge University Press, has released new features on its journal platform Cambridge Journals Online (CJO). These features include a full-article functionality in both PDF and HTML versions. Links on a PDF page enable users an opportunity to navigate to the journal homepage, volume or issue; request permissions; email the abstract; save the article in My CJO; export citation; display articles citing the article on CrossRef, Google Scholar or in CJO; sign up for content or citation alerts; download link to the article; or share the article via social bookmarking.

The publisher has improved the multiple content feed options available on CJO. The latest changes to the social bookmarking feature are said to make it simpler and quicker for visitors to share the information with friends and colleagues on Twitter, Facebook, Del.icio.us, Reddit and other social bookmarking sites.

Cambridge University Press has also recently launched an e-book platform, Cambridge Books Online (CBO). The latest developments to CJO allowing visitors to search a large number of pages and extensive content across both journals and e-book content.

In addition, there is a news service to keep librarians up-to-date with the latest changes at Cambridge Journals.