New TDM service: Instant Publication
17 March 2006
We hereby want to introduce you to a new TDM service: Instant Publication
"Instant Publication" is the name given to material that is published on the TDM website ahead of its appearance in a regular structured issue of our TDM Journal. After we have successfully introduced this for our OGEL Journal, we have made this service available for our TDM service as well.
TDM Subscribers will receive update alerts via e-mail of articles published as soon as they have been added to the website. A short list of recent material will also be available from the TDM website at www.transnational-dispute-management.com
After you have received a TDM Update Alert, just click on the links in the e-mail to visit our website. If you want to download the article you will be asked to login first. After a successful login you can download the article in Acrobat Reader PDF Format.
Using "instant publication" we will attempt to make relevant "content" available, for our subscribers, instantly the moment they are endorsed for publication. In this way, we intend to offer another quality service to our subscribers which exploits the unique potential of an internet-based publication process not available in normal, paper-based journals where readers often have to wait for a longer period until they receive the paper copy of the journal.
Our plan is to continue publication of distinct "issues" in 2006, but these will be a periodic structured "view" or "window" of publications that have appeared in our continuous process of instant publication.
Non-subscribers E-mail Alerting Service
To keep non-subscribers informed of new issues and recently published material, we are also introducing a free E-mail Alerting Service. This service will allow everybody to signup for regular (once every 2-4 weeks) e-mail messages with a short list of titles. TDM Subscribers will receive these updates automatically, so there is no need to signup for this service if you are aready a subscriber.
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