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Change to the RSC Publishing authentication system

On the week commencing 14th February 2011, we are pleased to announce that we will be replacing the internal technology that authenticates our customers and their users to access RSC Publishing content to a more advanced system. 

During this time you should not be affected by this upgrade however, if you do experience any technical issues, please contact us and we will happily help:
EMAIL technicalsupport@rsc.org

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Announcing launch of Release 6.1.2 of RSC Publishing Platform

This update includes further performance improvements and improved functionality for the RSC Publishing Platform:  

Article Landing Page 

  1. A new Compounds tab now displays the key chemical compounds from a journal article when it has been semantically enriched via RSC’s Project Prospect. Each compound links back to ChemSpider to access its 400 chemical data sources for compounds and users can also find related RSC journal articles containing the same compound. Try it now by clicking on the ‘Compounds’ tab in the article – Total synthesis of (±)-Vertine with Z-selective RCM as a key step, Laetitia Chausset-Boissarie, Roman Àrvai, Graham R. Cumming, Céline Besnard and E. Peter Kündig, Chem. Commun., 2010, 46, 6264.
  2. Our Rich HTML (Project Prospect view) has been greatly simplified and visually improved. Try now for Chem. Commun., 2010, 46, 6264 by following the Rich HTML link. Compounds highlighted in the Rich HTML also link through to ChemSpider.
  3. We fixed a bug where it was not possible to access RSC free content using an institutional username or federated access (Athens/Shibboleth) from the  article landing page.
  4. For older articles, where we do not have author abstracts (for a variety of reasons), we now display an image of the first page of the article, so that you can now use this as an abstract.  Try now for this historic article, On some analyses of modern “dry” champagne, Otto Rosenheim and Philip Schidrowitz, Analyst, 1900, 25, 6.
  5. To accommodate the new first-page abstracts, the login box for any users not recognised through IP authentication now appears above the PDF download link. This is a more logical placement.

Journal Landing Page / Home Page 

  1. We have created an issue tab for archive journals to provide consistency in the interface with the current titles.
  2. We’ve made the article finder more prominent on the journal page as users were not finding it below the page fold. We may consider moving the Article Finder higher up the page, depending on your feedback.
  3. Following your feedback, we’re in the process of removing the expanding ‘tree’ navigation in ‘Browse Journal’ on the journal homepages in favour of a drop-down menu system.  The tree navigation was complex for some titles (such as Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry) as it displayed the previous names for each journal, providing a ‘journal family’ history. This journal family history has been removed following your feedback and for the moment we are displaying navigation only for the single journal being viewed. This is the same level of functionality that will be available when we launch the drop-down menu navigation in the next release.

 Mobile Site 

  1. Mobile versions of the journal home pages are now available and give quick access for our mobile users. We do not display graphical abstracts for speed considerations. This is particularly important when accessing content over 2G and 3G networks. Graphical abstracts are available on the mobile pages for individual articles.

 

Site Homepage
  1. Added a link to watch the demo video of the RSC Publishing Platform.

Librarians Portal 

  1. The IP addresses registered for your institution can now be viewed. [21 Dec 2010, Updated – this functionality will now be released in Jan or Feb 2011.]
  2. If an institutional branding logo is smaller than the 150×30 pixels template, white space is now added to the image rather than stretching it to fit.
  3. Improvements were made to the profile management for librarians to allow name changes.
  4. The registration process for a librarian account has been simplified.
  5. A new form has been created to enable new customers to register their IPs.

Bug Fixes 

  1. We have fixed the broken navigation when navigating between issues where there was a change of journal name / ISSN.
  2. PDFs were downloading with file names such as “1996-01-01.pdf”, and are now correctly named by article ID, which is unique.
  3. We fixed a navigation error when the expanding tree navigation redirected users to the wrong  issue.
  4. Front and back matter for older content (pages starting X) was breaking the page range description on the issue home page. 

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Announcing launch of Release 5.2.0 of RSC Publishing Platform

This update includes further performance improvements and improved functionality for the RSC Publishing Platform:    

Book landing page    

  1. Design change have been made to show which chapters you have access to through colour coding. Colours are green for full access and white for no access. This will be changed to white for ‘pay per view access’ in the future. A future category of ‘not available’ may also be added in the future for books or chapters that we do not have the rights to distribute online, but wish to list on the book pages. This will allow us to have a single book shop online (and remove our old online catalogue of print titles). View an example book page.

    Book chapters now show whether you have access to each chapter.

  2. Related Book Chapters and Related Journal Articles sections added, to showcase similar content available from the site.

Book chapter landing page   

  1. Each chapter landing page now displays the first paragraph from the chapter if an abstract of the chapter is not available, which is the case for books up to 2010. View an example chapter page.
  2. Related Chapters and Related Articles section has been improved,  to showcase similar content available from the site.

Find an Issue   

The ‘Find an Issue’ service now copes better with invalid combinations of Journal Names,  Issue Numbers or Years and attempts to display suggestions to help  you find the content you are searching for.  

Journal Landing Page   

The  issue navigation section for journal issues was simplified and tided up.    

New design for the heading of journal issue listings

 Citation Download for BibTeX   

 Download citation in BibTeX format now correctly delivers a BibTeX file, where previously a generic  .RIS format was downloaded. 

Personal User Profiles    

  1. Usability improvements were made to the Favorites section. This function allows you to store favourite articles (at the moment by DOI) in your personal user profile. This function will developed to interface with mobile access at a future date. 
  2. Improvements were made to the account activation email messages. 

Improvements to Simple Search   

Entering a journal name on its own in the simple search box on each page will now direct you to the journals homepage, rather than search all content for that search text. Try now for Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry (http://pubs.rsc.org/en/Results?SearchText=obc)   

Mobile Browser and Non-Javascript pages   

New pages are now available for viewing the platform on mobile browsers, such as iPhone. Mobile views are available for article landing pages and login pages at the moment, allowing you to follow links directly to a page designed for the mobile view.  The following pages have been implemented:  

  1. Article landing page
  2. Personal User Profile login page
  3. Subscriber login page 

 

Mobile Article Landing Page      Cited Article on Mobile site  

 

You can view full-text of any free content available to you via your personal user account on a mobile device, and also have full access if you are within your institution’s registered IP range. Register for a personal user account

Implemented OpenURL for Non-RSC Content     

Links to ‘Non-RSC Content’ are links to articles outside of the RSC Publishing Platform. These links come from RSC abstract and indexing databases and help direct you to other content of interest. Subscribers to the RSC abstracts and indexing databases can view additional details of the records.  You can now link to the source records via OpenURL if this has been implemented by your institution. Try this example to see whether OpenURL has been set up for your institution. To set up OpenURL linking your librarian should register the following in our Librarians Portal: base URL of your OpenURL  server,  Open URL image file. 

Bug fixes: 

  1. Fixed: Some users with Google Toolbar installed were directed to the Google Robots page, instead of the human interface.
  2. Article abstracts with multiple paragraphs now display correctly.
  3. Fixed: .RIS export was broken for multiple exports that contained both book chapters and journal articles.
  4. Some special characters were breaking the site search, such as ‘&’.
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Publishing Platform Maintenance, Tuesday 12th October

Our next upgrade of the RSC Publishing Platform is scheduled for Tuesday 12th October  from 08:00 – 09:00 UTC (convert this to your local time).  During this period the platform will continue to be available, however,  there may be some interruption to service.

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RSC Publishing Platform Update

RSC Publishing Platform Update*

* * Please forward this email to your library and information colleagues * * *

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RSC Publishing Platform Migration
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After successfully launching the new RSC Publishing Platform, we are continuing to develop the new platform with feedback received. We very much appreciate your valued comments during this time – please continue to use the ‘Feedback’ link on the top right of the RSC Publishing Platform and for any technical queries, please
EMAIL technicalsupport@rsc.org

We have now added the eBook URLs document to www.rsc.org/urls as well as updated the Journals URLs list.

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RSC Publishing Platform Timescales
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Date Notes
September – December 2010
• We will be providing webcast training during this time – register for a Librarians Portal account to receive more information
By the end of 2010*
• Set up at least one Librarians Portal account for institution/organisation
GO TO www.rsc.org/librarians
• Make sure all your IP addresses are registered on Librarians Portal
• Check you have the correct Journals and eBooks URLs format set up in your systems
GO TO www.rsc.org/urls
• Our COUNTER statistics customers will continue to access statistics from MPS however you will access from the Librarians Portal
• We will remove access to content via the old website once there are minimal redirects measured. We anticipate this to be several months after launch
• Please make sure you add this new link to your EZProxy – http://pubs.rsc.org

*Dates subject to change

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Register for RSC Publishing Platform Updates
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To keep up-to-date with platform updates, register for a Librarians Portal account as well as access additional administration tools
GO TO www.rsc.org/librarians

Send your email to myself and I will add you to the RSC Publishing Platform Update newsletter (this email) EMAIL peckl@rsc.org

Subscribe to the RSC Publishing Innovation Blog RSS feed – appears in the Librarians Portal
GO TO http://blogs.rsc.org/technical/feed/

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Migration Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
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Here are some common FAQs during the initial stage of migration:

• Who can we contact about any technical questions?

EMAIL technicalsupport@rsc.org

• Where can I find migration information?

GO TO www.rsc.org/migration

• Where can I find Journals and eBooks URLs to update my system?

GO TO www.rsc.org/urls

• The page says ‘Loading failed’ or ‘Page load error’

We are working hard on the current speed of the new RSC Publishing platform. We are receiving more traffic on our new platform than the old website and we have identified some key areas where we can make improvements. These will be implemented this week and so you should see a significant difference.

If you do experience this issue in the meantime, please click ‘Back’ on your browser and repeat the action. This can help solve the issue.

• How do I access my usage statistics?

Continue to use your registered MPS username and Password
GO TO www.mpsinsight.com/rsc

We will continue to use MPS for usage statistics, but at the end of the year we will change ‘how’ you will access these. Please ensure you have your email address set up on MPS and not a retired colleague or someone no longer with your institution/organisation as their email will receive the notification and not yours.

• How can I set up a usage statistics account?

If you do not have a MPS usage statistic account set up – please request one from the Ejournals Team
EMAIL ejournals@rsc.org

• I am trying to login to the new RSC Librarians Portal with my MPS usage statistics username and password but it is not working?

The RSC Librarians Portal and MPS are two different systems and so your MPS usage statistics username and password will not work on the Librarians Portal. We are asking all our customers to create at least one Librarians Portal account per institution for additional administration tools.

This is a double registration process and you will receive three confirmation emails once the process is complete.

To set up a Librarians Portal account and register as a Librarian
GO TO www.rsc.org/librarians

• Where can I find a list of FAQs?

Either from the Librarians Portal home page – www.rsc.org/librarians  or directly
GO TO http://www.rsc.org/Publishing/librarians/LibrarianFAQ.asp
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Customer Support
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• Userguide will be available in PDF form after launch
• Migration guidelines, text to send to academics, students and researchers and screen shots that can be used for presentations and internal end user training –
GO TO www.rsc.org/migration 
• Presentation training will be taking place from September to December through webcasts or by the Sales team on visits
• Technical Support – technicalsupport@rsc.org
• Customer Support and Sales – sales@rsc.org

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Communications
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  • Migration updates will be
    • sent to Librarians Portal subscribers, to register your account – GO TO www.rsc.org/librarians
    • posted on the RSC Publishing Innovation blog, to register for an RSS feed – GO TO http://blogs.rsc.org/technical/feed/
    • listed in the news section of the Librarians Portal
    • included on listservs where relevant (e.g. LIS-E-RESOURCES, CHMINF-L, SERIALST and LIS-SCITECH) – if you would like messaging adding to any other Librarian/Information Specialist listserv, please forward listserv name and email to peckl@rsc.org
  • Reporting any new developments, known issues and downtime will be posted on the RSC Publishing Innovation blog, fed into the news section on the Librarians Portal, and through RSC Publishing Platform Update (this email), to register send your name, institution and email address to peckl@rsc.org
    • Any planned downtime will be communicated within a two week notice period
  • Standard Table of Contents email alerts for journals, databases and the RSC eBook Collection will continue with no change

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More Information
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Migration www.rsc.org/migration
Librarians’ Portal www.rsc.org/librarians
RSC Publishing Platform http://pubs.rsc.org

If you would like further customer or technical support
EMAIL sales@rsc.org
EMAIL technicalsupport@rsc.org

Thank you for your time.

Kind regards

Louise Peck Signature

Louise Peck, Library Marketing Specialist
Royal Society of Chemistry, Thomas Graham House,
Science Park, Cambridge, CB4 0WF, UK
technicalsupport@rsc.org

RSC Publishing

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Speed Improvement Patch: Release 4.3.4 and 4.3.5 of RSC Publishing Platform

Versions 4.3.4 and 4.3.5 of the RSC Publishing Platform were implemented today as patch releases. The following issues that were reported by users have been resolved or improved:

  1. Speed Improvements have been made by separating the calls to our authentication service into a new system queue. Separating the service in this way has removed the slower authentication tasks from the services delivering content. The number of calls to our authentication service from the article delivery pages have also been halved, significantly reducing some bottlenecks with authentication. Some speed issues are still under investigation, notably with the pages that list journals and issues.
    We are very grateful to all our users who reported the problems and helped us investigate the issues.  We apologise for the poor performance of our platform over the past few weeks. We have spent these past weeks investigating the bottlenecks discussed above. We are continuing to monitor performance and will be optimising the system further over the coming days and weeks.  Thank you again to everyone who logged the slow platform speed as a performance issue.
  2. The last two Advance Articles no longer repeat when you view the next page of Advance Articles.
  3. Special characters (e.g. ü and ö) in any search terms, including compound synonyms from ChemSpider, were breaking the search and returning too many records. This has been fixed.
  4. Author Name(s) that contain subscript and superscript (as well as other mark up) should now display correctly (e.g. McGinitie). Also fixed that the affected author names appear correctly in citation manager RIS formats.
  5. Fixed cover images on page that delivers Accepted Manuscripts for Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry.
  6. Fixed cover images for newer journals which have not yet published any issues. (Catalysis Science & Technology, Food & Function).
  7. The eAlerts subscription links now direct to our old site as users that had previously registered on the old site were not able to manage their subscriptions correctly when this was migrated to the new platform.
  8. Fixed authentication issues that stopped some users accessing some eBooks that are part of a book series.
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Announcing launch of Release 4.3.3 of RSC Publishing Platform

Version 4.3.3 of the Publishing Platform has been implemented as patch release to resolve the following issues reported by users.

  1. ‘Find an issue’ now works for journals that contain an ‘&’ in the title, e.g. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry.
  2. New user registrations for personal accounts were suspended last week. The new accounts were registered on the database but were not correctly activated,  meaning that users had a fully registered but inactive account, with no way to activate the account. This system failure has been fixed and the affected accounts made activeRegistration for personal accounts has now been reactivated. Apologies to our users for the frustration that this issue caused.
  3. Fixed broken linking from the journal name in the issue listing to the journal homepage.
  4. Access via Shibboleth is now implemented,  enabling us to redirect dx.doi.org links to the new platform in the near future.
  5. Graphical Abstracts will now start to load on the first screen, not only when you start to scroll.
  6. Mail sent will contain a full list of the IP address changes requested by a librarian.
  7. Users are now reminded of their user name when they request a forgotten password.
  8. URL for ‘More About This Journal’  that appears on journal hompages now points to the correct URL.
  9. Changed link name from ‘Catalogues’ to ‘Products and Pricing’ in Librarians Portal.
  10. Character mapping issues reported for Advance Article c0sm00377h (Soft Matter) were fixed.
  11. Disabled the pay-per-view option for Advance articles when a PDF was not available for purchase.
  12. Current journals listing now delivered as one web page, rather than two (Soft Matter had been pushed to Page 2).
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RSC Publishing Platform Launched Today!

RSC PUBLISHING PLATFORM LAUNCHED TODAY!

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RSC Publishing platform enables searches across all RSC-hosted journal, database and book content published from 1841 to the present day, through one simple search.

In 2010, we launched the RSC Publishing beta site to help direct our development of the platform, before we released our final version today. We continually enhanced the beta version of our platform to improve usability and included three releases with many of your requested enhancements. Now we have launched the new RSC Publishing platform. After launch, we will continue to release updated versions dependent on functionality requested and development.

Our new platform, RSC Publishing, is more user experience driven. The existing Librarians Portal has been developed to offer more functionality and tools specifically for librarians and information specialists. We have chosen the end of July to launch RSC Publishing to allow minimal disruption to our international academic community

For more information on

Migration www.rsc.org/migration
Librarians Portal www.rsc.org/librarians
RSC Publishing Platform  www.rsc.org/publishing

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RSC PUBLISHING PLATFORM TIMESCALES

July 27th 2010

* RSC Publishing platform launched
* All dynamic linking to content will be set to resolve to the new platform
* The RSC Publishing platform and the old website will run in parallel alongside each other to give our customers time to highlight any broken links for several months
* Where possible, website redirects will be put in place to reduce errors for customers
* Please check that the links you currently use for journals and books are correct in your knowledgebase. For the list of URLS
GO TO www.rsc.org/urls
* Set up an individual Librarians Portal account for each relevant librarian/information specialist at your institution/organisation
GO TO www.rsc.org/librarians

By the end of 2010**

* Set up at least one Librarians Portal account for institution/organisation
GO TO www.rsc.org/librarians
* Make sure all your IP addresses are registered on Librarians Portal
* When pointing to other pages on our website (journal homepages etc) please use the recommended shortcuts (e.g., rsc.org/chemcomm) rather than the full URL (e.g. rsc.org/Publishing/Journals/cc/index.asp)
GO TO www.rsc.org/urls
* Our COUNTER statistics customers will access statistics through the Librarians Portal once we shut off access to the old site
* We will remove access to content via the old website once there are minimal redirects measured. We anticipate this to be in several months
* Change any links not covered by Xlink on www.rsc.org/urls
* Please make sure you add this new link to your EZProxy – pubs.rsc.org

**Dates subject to change

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CUSTOMER SUPPORT

* Userguide will be available in PDF form after launch
* Migration guidelines GO TO www.rsc.org/migration
* We will give access to screen shots that can be used for presentations and internal end user training
* Presentation training will be taking place from August to October through webcasts or by the Sales team on visits

Technical Support  – technicalsupport@rsc.org
Customer Support and Sales – sales@rsc.org

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COMMUNICATIONS

* We will provide text for you to send out to faculty and colleagues of the new platform
* Migration updates will be sent to RSC Publishing Platform Update email subscribers, to register send your name, institution and email address to peckl@rsc.org
* Listed in the news section of the Librarians Portal
* Included on listservs where relevant (e.g. LIS-E-RESOURCES, CHMINF-L, SERIALST and LIS-SCITECH)
* If you would like messaging adding to any other Librarian/Information Specialist listserv, please forward listserv name and email to peckl@rsc.org
* Reporting any new developments, known issues and downtime will be done via the news section on the Librarians Portal and messaging through RSC Publishing Platform Update, to register send your name, institution and email address to peckl@rsc.org
* Any planned downtime will be communicated within a two week notice period
* Standard Table of Contents email alerts for journals, databases and the eBook Collection will continue with no change

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For more information on

Migration www.rsc.org/migration
Librarians Portal www.rsc.org/librarians
RSC Publishing Platform www.rsc.org/publishing

If you would like further customer or technical support

EMAIL sales@rsc.org
EMAIL technicalsupport@rsc.org

Thank you for your time.

Kind regards

Louise

Louise Peck, Library Marketing Specialist
Royal Society of Chemistry, Thomas Graham House,
Science Park, Cambridge, CB4 0WF, UK

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Announcing launch of Release 4.3.0 of RSC Publishing Platform

New release in preparation for migration on 27th July.

  • Change URLs for journal homepages from Journals/Journal to Journals/JournalIssues to enable browse navigation on journal homepages to remember there suers had navigated to.
  • RSC Publishing Platform Migration” added to Librarian portal.
  • Food & Function added to  eAlerts page.
  • For journals with no issues journal cover image was not displayed.
  • Reverted SSL changes made in release 4.2 (not implemented).
  • On journal landing page all graphical abstracts were getting loaded at page load. The expected behaviour was that  images should load when user scrolls. This has been fixed.
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Announcing launch of Release 4.1.0 of RSC Publishing Platform

New functionality:


Home Page:

  • New simplified design, featuring books and journals tab.
  • A new menu option named “More” is added to give access to other content types.
  • Compound search (redirected to ChemSpider).
  • News feeds from improved blog site based on improved blogging service.

Journal Landing page:

  • New issue navigation.
New browse navigation for issues

Search Results:

  • New tab named “Non-RSC Articles” is added to display A&I content from RSC databases
  • Search term is retained in URL, e.g. http://pubs.rsc.org/en/Results?SearchText=supercritical%20fluids
  • Book and Chapter landing pages:

    • Related Articles section improved.

    Librarian portal:

    • Design Change.
    • Open URL configuration.

    Article landing page:

    • Design Change.
    • Open URL links implemented for Books and Journals (Non-RSC content to follow).
    • Related Articles section improved

    User Profile:

    • Page to edit librarian details.

    Article collection landing page:

    • Design change.

    New pages:

    • Page for federated access.

    Issues Resolved:

    • In IE6 some pages such as Chapter landing page, edit librarian details right hand side navigation region was broken.
    • Author Character Mapping broken in RIS Format.
    • User was not able to submit the form due to wrong country field validation.
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