RoMEO and JULIET Updates for February

RoMEO

Added new publishers:
•    Academic Journals, New York [Blue] [9/2/11]
•    American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists [White] [3/2/11]
•    ARRB Group [Blue] [18/2/11]
•    Asian Network for Scientific Information (ANSINET) [Blue] [9/2/11]
•    Canadian Institute of Forestry [Yellow] [10/2/11]
•    Canadian Society for Pharmaceutical Sciences [Green] [9/2/11]
•    Chulalongkorn University, Faculty of Engineering [Blue] [18/2/11]
•    Crustacean Society – {blue} [16/2/11]
•    Editrice Kurtis [White] [14/2/11]
•    Geographical Association [White] [14/2/11]
•    Heldermann Verlag [White] [9/2/11]
•    JD Sauerlaender’s Verlag – [Blue] [16/2/11]
•    Journal of Medical Internet Research [Blue] [18/2/11]
•    Knowledgia Review [Blue] [9/2/11]
•    Linnean Society of London [Yellow] [18/2/11]
•    Open House International Association [Blue] [10/2/11]
•    Ottawa Field Naturalists Club [Blue] [16/2/11]
•    Society of Wood Science and Technology [White] [8/2/11]
•    SpringerOpen {Blue} [9/2/11]
•    Transportøkonomisk institutt  (Institute of Transport Economics) [Blue] [18/2/11]
•    University of British Columbia, Okanagan – [Blue] [14/2/11]

Total publishers: 923 [18/2/11]
Total added in February: 21
From Norsk RoMEO: 1

Updated entries:
•    Acoustical Society of America – policy URLS [11/2/11]
•    American Chemical Society – clarified PDF use, and added institutional waiver requirement if mandated for deposit prior to 12 months after publication [18/2/11]
•    American Heart Association – policy URL [7/2/11]
•    Company of Biologists – DMM Creative Commons status added [16/2/11]
•    Norsk Polarinstitutt – updated policy URLs, main URL and text regarding titles now published by Co-Action Publishing [11/2/11]
•    OECD – Policy URL added [2/2/11]
•    University of Minnesota, Management Information Systems Research Center – Post-print now allowed, 5 year embargo [15/2/11]

JULIET
•    Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung (FWF) – updated [8/2/11]

Jane

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