Charlottesville, VA– April 16, 2015–The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association, the organization’s flagship scientific publication, is now presented on the Silverchair SCM6 platform.
The journal features a new user-centric interface built with Responsive Web Design (RWD) to deliver the optimal reading experience across all devices. The full content of the JAOA has been semantically enriched to enable greater discoverability of related content within search and on article pages. In addition, the new site features twenty-seven specific topic areas with sixteen sub-topics that create a more efficient browsing experience within specific areas of osteopathic medicine.
“Reinventing the journal and moving to the Silverchair platform strongly reinforces our commitment to deliver high-value information for the nation’s more than 110,000 osteopathic medical students and DOs,” said Robert Orenstein, DO, editor of The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association. “Journals, like all media, need to evolve and offer content when and how readers want to consume it. Silverchair’s technology helps us fulfill that promise.”
“The JAOA is an excellent example of product evolution on the SCM6 platform,” said Thane Kerner, Silverchair CEO. “Through collaboration with Silverchair, the AOA has upgraded the JAOA to provide a more discoverable, usable, and efficient digital experience for their readers.”
Visit the new site at www.jaoa.org.
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