We have now gone live with our latest RSC Publishing Platform release, which contains several new features to improve your experience:
- Open Science articles are now available without the need to login to your RSC Publishing personal account or authenticating through your institution/organisation
- Clearer links to allow you to subscribe to our journal Twitter feeds or TOC e-alerts
- Next and Previous buttons for articles added to the full text HTML page
- Google +1 and Twitter shortcuts added allowing you to share articles
- Easier Browse by functionality with the first two fields prepopulated with the current decade and volume
- When typing a search term into the search box that is an existing journal name, this used to take you straight to the journal. Users have fed back that they use generic terms like green chemistry and want to see article results and not be taken to the journal home page. This has now been changed and if relevant, the journal is highlighted above the search results. We are working to improve this functionality further
- Chemistry Education Research in Practice (CERP) from 2005 to 2007 is now available on the Platform.
We have also continued to work closely with our technical team to ensure we maintain maximum availability and fast performance. We are also expanding the infrastructure behind the Platform to host the increasing number of articles we have available.
We hope you enjoy the additional features and please do let us know your views on the RSC Publishing Platform by adding your comments to the Feedback link available on the top right of every page on the RSC Publishing Platform
For any technical queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org