LETTER FROM HEADQUARTERS Preserving AMS Journal Content for Future Generations am very happy t o report here that the AMS has th e source of this content for the general user if, for joined Portico (www.portico.org), an independent some reason, the AMS is no longer able t o provide archival solution for scholarly journals. This repre- the journals online. So, this really is an insurance policy, sents another step in the evolution of the journals o f sorts—additional security that the scholarly work towar d a day when the Society has th e freedom to w e publish will not be lost. choose t o retain print or drop it based on the best Portico is not the only archive system wit h which service to the community, without external con- th e AMS has partnered, however. The AMS is also a straints on the decision process. membe r of another archival initiative that takes quite Whe n we have discussed th e future of print in this a different approach t o the archive solution: LOCKSS space in the past, dropping print (or even allowing (which is a wonderfu l acronym derived fro m "Lots of the print
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Feb 1, 2008
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