JBJS Product Line Migrates to HighWire
STANFORD, California, 18 November 2013 – Stanford University’s HighWire Press is pleased to announce an expansion of their partnership with JBJS, Inc., with the migration of the growing suite of JBJS titles to the HighWire Open Platform.
By mid-2014, The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, JBJS Case Connector, JBJS Essential Surgical Techniques, and the JBJS Archive, will sit alongside JBJS Reviews, their forthcoming journal on the HighWire platform. The highly regarded orthopaedic journals will have integrated CME and will include new designs utilizing HighWire's flexible Drupal architecture in an easy-to-read format optimized for tablet, mobile, and online usage.
"We welcome JBJS back to the engaged community of HighWire publishers," said Tom Rump, HighWire's Managing Director. "There is a natural alignment between the mission-driven goals and ideals of our two organizations, and we look forward to a fruitful collaboration in this regard to further scholarly communication within the HighWire community".
"Providing all our content through one platform will give our readers a consistent experience," explained Kent Anderson, Publisher and CEO of JBJS, Inc. "We expect the transition to be seamless from a customer perspective, and look forward to providing a more integrated customer approach overall."
About JBJS, Inc.
The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (JBJS) has been the most valued source of information for orthopaedic surgeons and researchers for over 100 years and is the gold standard in peer- reviewed scientific information in the field. The Journal is published twice a month with a comprehensive PDF archive dating back to 1889. JBJS, Inc. also publishes JBJS Case Connector, JBJS Essential Surgical Techniques, JBJS Reviews, and CME and professional development products. Site: jbjs.org Twitter: @jbjs
At the forefront of strategic scholarly publishing, HighWire Press provides the latest in digital content development and hosting solutions through its ground-breaking HighWire Open Platform. A division of the Stanford University Libraries, HighWire partners with influential societies, university presses, and other independent publishers, sharing ideas, innovations and insights, and producing the definitive online versions of high-impact, peer-reviewed journals, books, reference works, and other scholarly content. Since its inception in 1995, HighWire has committed to helping facilitate the research communication process from within the scholarly community, in order to meet the ever-changing needs of today's online and mobile readers. highwire.stanford.edu Twitter: @highwirepress