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OUP and continuous online publication model

:: Back in August we posted about OUP's move towards experimenting with new online publishing model. A few more details have been released.

Oxford University Press is pleased to announce that Nucleic Acids Research (NAR) is adopting a continuous online publication model. The key aim of this new model is to ensure the fastest possible online publication time for accepted papers. The online version of the journal will be the definitive and final version, but a print version will continue to be available to print subscribers.

If your institution subscribes to NAR, you may be interested to know about the various implications for users of the journal. If so, please visit http://www3.oup.co.uk/nar/special/15/default.html for details. [via OUP Journals Library E-Mail Lis]

Yours faithfully

Claire Saxby
Journals Editorial Department
Oxford University Press

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