Remarq Lets Publishers Keep User Comments in CLOCKSS

Mar 26, 2019

RedLink and CLOCKSS are pleased to announce the ability for publishers to preserve curated user comments submitted and managed via Remarq. Remarq is RedLink’s tool for the research and education communities offering collaboration, annotation, commenting, article sharing, and editorial tools, all on the publisher’s site and utilizing the version of record. Remarq launched in 2017 and has seen rapid adoption by journal publishers and end-users.

Through this arrangement with Remarq, CLOCKSS expands the web-based scholarly content it preserves, which will now include user comments created and curated using Remarq tools and administrative systems. Remarq comments can contain images, videos, figures, and tables, and can be co-authored to support academic collaboration. Comments can be generated by authors, editors, invited experts, and readers on the article page.

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