HighWire Press, a provider of publishing platforms and solutions to the scholarly community, has launched a new website for McGraw Hill’s online resource AccessScience on its multi-content hosting platform Scolaris. HighWire is also providing its identity management solution Sigma for McGraw Hill’s AccessScience.
McGraw Hill’s AccessScience is an authoritative and dynamic online resource that contains incisively written, high-quality educational material covering all major scientific disciplines. An acclaimed gateway to scientific knowledge, AccessScience is known to demonstrate and explain core, trustworthy scientific information that inspires and guides users to deeper knowledge.
HighWire’s Scolaris is a next-generation multi-content hosting platform that supports not only books and journals but multi-format content including blogs, news, videos, data visualization, and granular content elements. Scolaris includes a full range of tools to support the publishing lifecycle: from content ingestion, browsing and embargo support, publication, alerts, taxonomic support, discovery, access control, eCommerce, and analytics.
“McGraw Hill’s AccessScience showcases the multi-content capabilities of the Scolaris platform,” said Tony Alves, SVP of Product Management at HighWire Press. “We are grateful for our long-standing partnership with McGraw Hill and are committed to delivering a seamless and intuitive user experience. AccessScience’s new website will increase content discoverability and provide easy access to useful scientific information.”
“We’re delighted that our users are now benefitting from the rich functionality offered by Scolaris”, said Lauren Sapira, Director of SciTech Digital Products at McGraw Hill. “We’re seeing users quickly finding the content they’re interested in – including ebooks, videos and articles – and then engaging with it meaningfully on a modern, fresh UI. Features such as customisable labels and annotations really help bring our diverse range of content to life.”
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