Anywhere Article Arrives
Wiley is proud to announce the launch of our new Enhanced HTML Article
What is Anywhere Article?
For years, readers have relied on PDFs as the primary means of reading journal research articles, despite the fact that HTML offers so much more interaction and discoverability
Why? One contributor to the social network Quora explained:
'There is one primary reason that I prefer PDF versions of scientific documents. PDFs have less clutter... What can publishers do?'
It turned out to be simple.
Why did we create the Anywhere Article?
What are the features of an Anywhere Article?
We focused on making the Anywhere Article reading experience a better, more productive experience for readers in the following ways:
- Readability - superfluous information and clutter has been removed so that readers can focus on the article.
- Functionality - the new layout and sidebar trays allows readers easy access to important information, such as references, at any point in the reading experience, without losing their place on the page.
- Figure browser - as well as viewing a figure in context, readers can browse through all other figures in the article at the same time, and quickly navigate to each figure's context in the article
- Mobility - the responsive HTML article will adapt to any device - desktop, tablet, or mobile - to give the optimal reading experience
See the Anywhere Article in action.
When Can I Start Using Anywhere Article?
Look out for the new links you'll see at the bottom of each article, which read 'Enhanced Article (HTML)'.
Where ever you see this link:
You can bring up the new 'Anywhere Article' version of that content, allowing you to view it easily on the device of your choice, at your convenience.
The Anywhere Article becomes the standard version for 120 Journals
We are pleased to announce that on September 16th 2015 the enhanced HTML (AA) version of the article will become the default version on Wiley Online Library, for nearly 120 journals. This means search results and links will go to Anywhere Article in the first instance for these journals. The older HTML version will remain available to readers as a link at the top of the article (the same as it does currently).
To comply with a US federal agency mandate, to ensure federally funded research is made available to the public, we are taking part in the CHORUS initiative. One year after initial publication in the journal, a link to a PDF of the originally submitted manuscript will be made available through a link on the Anywhere Article page. These 120 journals all have articles affected by this mandate, which is why they will be the first to move to the Anywhere Article as default.
Please take a look at the list of journals in the linked document, to see the journals involved.
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