La migration d’Oxford University Press a commencé et se poursuivra en janvier.
« Dear Customer,
As you know, Oxford University Press is currently undertaking a migration to the new Oxford Academic platform, powered by Silverchair. We are getting in touch at this point to provide an update on progress. There is no additional action our customers need to take at this time and we appreciate your patience during this major transition.
Journals are dual running for a period of time as we begin to migrate in batches, meaning that journal sites and content are accessible across both the oxfordjournals.org and Oxford Academic platforms. This approach means that users benefit from uninterrupted access to subscription content with article-level content loaded to both platforms during this period. Users navigating links via DOIs, search engines, and many abstracting services will continue to be taken to the oxfordjournals.org platform while direct links will lead to the new platform.
We are now beginning the next phase of the migration process and will be migrating our journals completely to the new Oxford Academic platform in batches over the coming weeks. Once each batch migrates, these journals will no longer be dual running and will only be available on the Oxford Academic platform. However, please note, we will not be migrating any further batches from today (20 December) until early January to allow for the holiday period.
Again, you do not need to take any further action during this transition period but do please ensure that you’ve completed the required actions from the Migration Information Pack we sent out earlier this year. This has been updated to reflect the current dual running situation. We will be in touch with you when the migration of all journals is complete, which we anticipate will be by January 2017.
If you have any questions, please consult the updated materials on the Migration Information page on our website or reply to this email to contact our Journals Customer services team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your patience in this period of transition.
Journals Customer Service
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