Celebrating the Power of Community
Dear BioOne Community,
Strength in the aggregate is at the very core of BioOne’s model and mission. The recognition that more could be achieved together than apart was at the center of BioOne’s founding principles in 1999 – and remains just as true and relevant today.
Over the past two decades, BioOne has returned more than $63 million in royalty sharing back to its publishing partners. This has been achieved while keeping prices affordable for institutional subscribers, with a per title cost that is 94% less than the commercial average. We also continue to explore ways to offer sustainable open access pathways for our partners, guided by our mission to maximize access to critical scientific research.
This progress is made possible by the strength of the BioOne community – more than 150 society and independent presses; 3,500 accessing institutions; millions of researchers and readers; and the countless individuals and partnering organizations who have inspired, advised, and supported BioOne since its launch.
BioOne Complete publishing authors are also key contributors to BioOne’s impact. The BioOne Ambassador Award, now in its fifth year, recognizes five early-career researchers for their clarity and creativity in communicating specialized research. Read more about these exceptional individuals in the Publishing Highlights section and join me in celebrating their contributions to the BioOne community.
Connect With BioOne at SSP’s 44th Annual Meeting
We’re excited to connect with our community in person at the upcoming SSP 44th Annual Meeting.
- Luncheon/Annual Business Meeting. Thursday, June 2 at 12 p.m., Past President Lauren Kane will speak and present awards.
- “Membership and Mission: An Introduction to Society and Association Publishing.” Wednesday, June 1 at 8:30 a.m., Chelsea Tharp, North American Sales Manager
- “Yes, You Can Teach A Mature Product New Tricks: The BioOne Complete Archive.” Previews Session, Friday, June 3 at 9 a.m., Chelsea Tharp, North American Sales Manager
Additional members of the BioOne team are also looking forward to the conference. Are you attending SSP? Email us to schedule a meeting.
In This Issue:
Featured in BioOne Complete
Spotlight on Research for Biodiversity Day
In recognition of the United Nations’ Biodiversity Day on May 22, BioOne presents our May 2022 Edition of BioOne VISTA. Featuring articles from journals including Anthropozoologica, The Bryologist, Notulae odonatologicae, and Polish Journal of Ecology, this research reminds us that protecting and preserving the diversity of species, habitats and ecosystems are essential for the processes that sustain all life on Earth.
Celebrating Earth Day 2022
Earth Day is every day for the researchers whose work appears in BioOne Complete. In honor of Earth Day on April 22, BioOne is proud to present this compilation of environmental science research in support of the 2022 theme: “Invest In Our Planet.” This collection features research from the Journal of Ethnobiology, Journal of Resources and Ecology, Natural Areas Journal, Northwest Science, Tree-Ring Research, and more.
All articles in our April 2022 edition of BioOne VISTA are freely available through June 15, 2022, with thanks to our participating publishers.
Discover the latest Top & Trending Research
This quarterly collection showcases a broad cross-section of subjects, species, and regional interests. Our April installment includes articles from Journal of East African Natural History, Annales Zoologici, Journal of Ethnobiology, Ursus, and more.
Browse Our Article Collection Archive
Visit our Article Collection Archive page for more Top & Trending Research, BioOne Vista, and special compilations featuring recent articles in BioOne Complete.
2022 BioOne Ambassador Award Winners Announced
BioOne recently announced the winners of the 2022 BioOne Ambassador Award. Now in its fifth year, this prestigious award recognizes early-career authors who excel in the communication of their research to the general public. Authors are nominated by BioOne publishing partners, and submit a response to the prompt of “how does your research change the world?
“The BioOne Ambassador Award is so important because it recognizes communication as an integral part of science,” said Dr. Debra Bourne, Editor-in-Chief at the Journal of Wildlife Diseases. “By celebrating excellent science communication efforts among early career researchers, the Award is driving a sea change not just in how science is perceived by the public but how communication skill sets are viewed by scientists.”
BioOne congratulates the winners for their clarity and creativity in communicating their specialized research. We invite you to read their exemplary submissions in our award showcase.
Mountain Voices with the International Mountain Society
Sarah-Lan Mathez-Stiefel, Associate Editor of the interdisciplinary Mountain Research and Development, recently joined Carol Borrmann-Begg, BioOne’s Publisher Relations Associate, for a wide-ranging interview on the journal’s evolution. In this lively discussion, we hear about the journal’s upcoming focus issue on indigenous knowledge collaborations, and how the research community can find innovative solutions to the issues facing mountain areas when understood from a diverse set of perspectives.
Mathez-Stiefel also introduces “MRD Talks,” a new space within the journal for debates among researchers, policymakers, and practitioners. Finally, the pair discuss Mountain Research and Development’s experience in transitioning from a subscribed to fully Open Access model, with considerations for other publications exploring their OA options.
Library and Community Partners
Visit with BioOne at the UKSG Annual Conference and Exhibition, May 30 – June 1
We’re looking forward to connecting with attending community members at the UKSG 45th Annual Conference. Christine Orr, Director of Sales and Marketing, will be available at Stand 72-73 to discuss BioOne Complete, including exciting news about two new titles that joined our collection in 2022 and our new access option – the BioOne Complete Archive.
Attending the conference? Contact us to connect with BioOne, or visit us at Stand 72-73.
BioOne Welcomes Early Adopters of the BioOne Complete Archive
BioOne acknowledges the support of the following eight institutions which have added the BioOne Complete Archive to their holdings. These universities of various sizes and research foci all have chosen this new option to strategically expand their collections. Launched in Fall 2021, the BioOne Complete Archive provides continuing access to more than 135,000 articles from 172 BioOne Complete titles. For more information about how the Archive can complement your library’s collection, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- University of Pennsylvania
- Texas Tech University
- Antioch University of New England
- New York State Department of Health
- Gyeongsang National University
- University of Queensland
- Johns Hopkins University
- North Carolina State University
Want to learn more about the full BioOne Complete library community?
In the News: Exciting Discovery From Herpetological Monographs
A new study reveals six new species of tiny frog in Mexico, including Craugastor candelariensis – now Mexico’s smallest frog. “Miniaturization in Direct-Developing Frogs from Mexico with the Description of Six New Species” was co-authored by researchers at the University of Cambridge, London’s Natural History Museum, and the University of Texas at Arlington, and published by BioOne partner The Herpetologists’ League. Read the report from Smithsonian Magazine.
BioOne is an innovative nonprofit collaborative and the leading content aggregator in the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences. More than 150 global scientific societies and nonprofit publishing organizations include their journals in BioOne’s flagship product, BioOne Complete, for the benefit of 3,500 accessing institutions and millions of researchers worldwide. Since 2001, BioOne has returned more than $68 million in royalty sharing back to its participants, with a commitment to share research more broadly, equitably, and sustainably.