Duke University Press, an internationally recognized publisher of books and journals, and ReadCube, a publishing technology company, today announce their partnership bringing the Press’s journal content to the ReadCube platform. Through ReadCube’s Discover service, over 24,000 articles in the humanities and social sciences will be fully enhanced and discoverable across ReadCube’s web, desktop, and mobile reading portals; search engines; and personalized recommendation feeds.
“Accessibility to scholarly information is essential to the advancement of research. This collaboration with ReadCube helps us increase our content’s visibility, ensuring that readers remain up to date in their fields,” says Cason Lynley, Customer Relations, Sales, and Journals Marketing Manager for Duke University Press.
In addition to improved discoverability, any articles viewed within ReadCube are brought to life with ReadCube’s unique interactive article enhancements. Enhancements include annotation tools, hyperlinked in-line citations, instant access to supplemental materials and figures, related articles, clickable author names, social sharing, and Altmetrics.
“Duke University Press’s diverse title list is a welcome addition to the ReadCube ecosystem and we are thrilled to be able to expand the scope of research available to our growing community of readers,” said Robert McGrath, co-founder and CEO of ReadCube.
About Duke University Press
Duke University Press, internationally recognized as a prominent publisher of books and journals, publishes approximately 120 books annually and 50 journals, as well as offering five electronic collections. The Press publishes primarily in the humanities and social sciences and is known as a publisher willing to take chances with nontraditional and interdisciplinary publications. The Press seeks to pursue its objectives with vision and integrity and a commitment to the highest standards of both critical scholarly review and professional publishing judgment. dukeupress.ed