- Social bookmarking services, which allow users to save URL links of web pages they want to remember or share. Users can now bookmark links from journal homepages and article abstracts via such services as del.icio.us, Connotea., and Bibsonomy. CJO is also fully enabled for users of the CiteULike service.
- Enhanced search facilities, which include: Cite Search for titles matches the title of a journal as the user types; context-sensitive spelling correction suggests alternative spellings to words not matched in the initial search; automatic saved searches with re-run and edit facilities; and the ability to search throughout the CJO website using the ‘quick search’ option.
- Improved access: - users can now to log in directly from the abstract page of an article. Also, a Widget can be downloaded from the main CJO homepage and used to search the site.
- Sample and New issue links have been created for each journal to directly access the journal’s sample issue or new issues.
- Comments on articles - The second phase of development for this complex functionality includes such additions for CJO users as recognising comments by unique identifiers, the ability to set up comment alerts, and the option to publish comments anonymously.
You can access CJO through the link above, or by going via E-Knowledge on the Library homepage.