Last week, ReadCube announced two new partnerships that join the ever-growing fleet of over 60 publishing partners they are working with.

EEFirstly, Readcube announced their partnership with Edward Elgar Publishing, a leading independent, international academic and professional publisher, to index and enhance their eBook and journal collection.

Over 40,000 eBook chapter and journal articles from Elgar’s’ collection have been indexed by ReadCube’s Discover service and are now easily discoverable via ReadCube’s search engine, related article feeds and personalized recommendations.

Tim Williams, Managing Director of Edward Elgar Publishing says:

“ReadCube’s innovative approach to discoverability and interactive reading align perfectly with our mission to bring our authors’ content to the widest possible readership.”

PMNext, ReadCube announced their partnership with Project MUSE, a leading scholarly provider of digital humanities and social science content, indexing their 626 scholarly journals with ReadCube’s Discover service.

The indexed collection is not only searchable across ReadCube’s web, desktop, and mobile reading portals but also included in ReadCube’s search engines, related article feeds and popular recommendation engine.

Wendy Queen, Director of Project MUSE adds:

“Our mission is to ensure that our collection is discoverable and easily available to readers worldwide.At the same time, we look to offer our readers the best possible reading experience. This exciting collaboration with ReadCube supports both these objectives.” 

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