The Karger eJournal Archive Collection has been revised and expanded to include improved functionality and quality as well as 12 additional journals.
The entire Karger eJournal Archive Collection has recently been re-digitized using semantic technology to provide the best possible user experience. The improved quality and functionality allow for efficient searching on both the Karger website and Google Scholar.
The Collection now also includes 12 journals that have ceased publication or were merged into other titles before 1998. These prestigious Karger journals cover scientific ground still relevant today, making it possible to link significant discoveries from the past to today’s research.
“Karger is proud of its heritage and long history of medical publishing, which is kept alive through our eJournal Archive collection,” says Gabriella Karger, Vice Chairwoman and fourth-generation Publisher. “This venture also reflects our continuing dedication to all our authors and their contributions.”
The eJournal Archive Collection comprises all digitized Karger journal issues from 1997 back to each title’s first year of publication, i.e. 76 titles with a total of more than 200,000 articles and 2,432 publication years. First published in 1893, Dermatology was Karger’s first journal and is still active today.