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Jim Oliver

FEDLINK Vendor Services

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Sent: Tuesday, October 18, 2016 7:23 PM
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Subject: 400+ publishers on Portico and counting...






400+ publishers and counting...

Preservation is fast becoming a priority for publishers worldwide, which means our list of Portico participants keeps on growing and reaching across the globe. The following publishers from Africa, the Middle East, and Asia, have recently begun securing their e-journals in the Portico archive:

As a testament to the importance of preservation, Rosalind Hattingh, managing director of Sabinet, stated: "This significant partnership addresses the long term sustainability and accessibility of vital resources for our future generations."

To learn more about what participants are saying about Portico, visit our
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tackling the long tail: small publishers new to Portico

Portico is not just preserving and protecting content at large publishers across the globe; we've also turned our attention to smaller publishers. We're tackling the long tail by focusing on publishers with ten or fewer journals.

Below are just a few of the latest small publishers from places like Singapore, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Canada, and more, that have joined Portico:

Click to see the full list of small publishers who have become Portico participants since January of this year.


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