Posts Tagged ‘Publishing Technology’

AIP Publishing and Publishing Technology Go-Live with Next Generation Scitation

Publishing Technology

Feb 05, 2014–AIP Publishing LLC and Publishing Technology have launched the next generation of AIP’s Scitation site, serving hundreds of thousands of scientists around the world.


Launched on a new custom platform developed using Publishing Technology’s pub2web hosting solution, AIP Publishing and seven AIP Member Societies are now housing nearly a million articles from 47 journals, as well as conference proceedings, standards and blogs. The site also hosts Physics Today, AIP’s flagship magazine. Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Publishing Technology

Publishing Technology is looking for a Web Developer in Boston, MA. The post states, “We have a tremendous opportunity to join an exciting environment and be part of a growing and ambitious company as a Web Developer.  As part of our new UX team the Web Developer would work with and support the US Online Division to create exceptional experiences for the users of our online publishing solutions. You will be responsible for turning polished design concepts into elegant interfaces that visually and functionally convey the aesthetics, interactivity and utility as intended by our designers and UX Architect. If you have Web Developer experience, are a creative thinker, well organized with team experience and a good understanding of modern web usability criteria, processes and standards we would love to hear from you!” Read more

Publishing Technology Chosen for United Nations eCollection

Publishing Technology’s digital publishing platform pub2web has been selected to build the United Nations eCollection. COO Louise Tutton stated, “With 40 new agreements so far this year, we are continuing to build on the success of our state-of-the-art solutions to the unique challenges of digital publishing. The new United Nations eCollection will take full advantage of the powerful combination of semantic web technologies and sophisticated information commerce capabilities available within the pub2web platform as standard. This combination allows for ease of breaking down content silos and moving away from the traditional containers of journals, books and reference works while allowing publishers to experiment with new business models (such as Patron-Driven Acquisition) and to deliver an enriched user experience.” Read more

Publishing Technology PLC Picked to Design Academic Publishing Platform

Semantic technology firm Publishing Technology has been chosen to design GSE Research’s academic publishing platform. The article states, “The new online platform for research into governance, sustainability, and the environment will be built using Publishing Technology’s semantic web-based publishing software, pub2web. The new platform will be among the first of its kind offering the option of an open peer-review model alongside the traditional peer-review system. This new publishing model aims to speed up the submission process and encourage heightened engagement and collaboration among users.” Read more

Video: Intro to Semantic Web for the Publishing Industry

Publishing Technology has released a new video that provides an introduction to the semantic web and explains why it is important to the publishing industry. The description accompanying the video states, “At its most basic, the semantic web is all about improving search results, but the question we’re asked most often by people in the publishing industry is how does it work, and why is it relevant to them.” Read more

Making the Semantic Web User Friendly

In a new article from Publishing Technology, Richard Ridge discusses a significant challenge for the semantic web, the challenge of creating a streamlined user interface: “Semantic web is an essential tool for finding and gathering information. However, with so much information available via the semantic web, sometimes it can be hard for users to navigate. Here, I explore the benefits, pitfalls and challenges of semantic web, and explain some of the techniques we’re employing to help users.” Read more