Wiley Online Library – Anywhere Article
The Anywhere Article has now launched on Wiley Online Library!
To view the new functionality for RS, please go to the journal’s homepage on Wiley Online Library and select ‘Enhanced Article (HTML)’ option for any of your published articles. For a quick view, please follow this link to a recent RS article: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/enhanced/doi/10.1111/ruso.12032/.
The initial release focuses on improving the reading experience of RS articles in several important ways:
Better readability – We prioritized how the content is viewed in every detail, from font choice, to page layout. Superfluous information has been removed. Customers requested a reading experience that was similar to a PDF in terms of simplicity, with clean, uncluttered design, but with the extra features and information available that HTML can provide.
Better presentation of information – A key design principle was to make sure that the article can be scanned for the scholarly and scientific information that is important to the reader, and then, if they choose, they can access that information without losing their place in the article. DOI, publication history, funding information and keywords, are all available – simply click on the relevant link under the article title.
Sidebar – the sidebar tray allows readers easy access to important information, such as references, at any point in the reading experience, without losing their place on the page. The references also contain links for cross-referencing. The sidebar provides links to:
- The PDF version of the article
- Information about the article (publication history etc.)
Figure browser – as well as viewing a figure in context, the reader can browse through all other figures in the article at the same time, and quickly navigate to each figure’s corresponding context in the article. They can clear space to focus on the figures, pan and zoom, and download the image as a Powerpoint to insert into a presentation or lecture.
Mobility – the responsive HTML that underlies the article will adapt to any device – desktop, tablet, or mobile – to give the optimal reading experience.
Article Header – The Article header includes Journal & Council branding, journal cover and issue details/link.
Article Section Navigation – A navigation tool for jumping to article sections and additional data, is always available on the screen for quick navigation.
We have a schedule of development releases for the Anywhere Article, and I’ve appended at the bottom of my email the list of features you can expect to see being added over the next 12 months.
Export citation/Cite this article Citation download and export functionality for existing RIS-based formats (EndNote, Reference Manager, ProCite) and the most common citation styles (e.g. APA, Harvard, MLA, etc). Includes support for web-based citation managers such as ReadCube, EndNote Web, Mendeley, etc.
Article Tools The suite of article-level tools will include: Print, Email, Share (AddThis), Save to favorites, Font size adjustment, Request permissions (RightsLink), and Recommend to Librarian.
Article Level Metrics Display of article level metrics (graphs and tables) as currently found on Wiley Open Access titles.
Embedded video Provide the capability for streaming embedded videos, as part of Supporting Information or integrated within the article context.
Simple and Advanced Search Provide search capabilities from within the article page.