Synonyms for metapress or Related words with metapress
Examples of "metapress"
Since 1991, Kostin worked in the Marketing Communications Agency
, associated with Mikhail Khodorkovsky’s Menatep. In 1991, Konstantin Kostin wrote about
in Kommersant magazine (Later – Vlast’):
is website that creates, manages, monetizes, and distributes published resources. Its customers and partners have included Princeton, Inderscience, UCLA's AASC Press, and North Carolina State University.
On April 14, 2014, Atypon acquired the underlying platform of the
business from EBSCO Information Services. Upon purchase, existing clients and content were migrated to Atypon's Literatum platform on May 21, 2015. The Literatum platform was integrated with the
platform to include website development tools, content targeting, rapid product creation, subscription modeling, eCommerce, and analytics.
In 2010, SAGE Publications began publishing the Institution's journals on behalf of the IMechE. The "IMechE Proceedings Archive 1847–1996" continues to be hosted on the
Atypon has grown both organically and through acquisitions. It acquired Extenza e-Publishing Services in 2005. The acquisition of eMeta in 2008 expanded Atypon’s product portfolio to include RightSuite, an enterprise access and commerce platform for the publishing and media industry. Atypon acquired the
business from EBSCO Online in 2014, with the
platform to be discontinued and customers moved to Atypon's Literatum platform.
In 2011 they launched Woodhead Publishing Online, a resource of scientific, technical and information trends, comprising over 800 e-books, containing 12,000 chapters. This resource was hosted by
, a division of EBSCO Industries Inc.
In 1992, Kostin became an executive director of this advertising agency responsible for public relations issues. In September of the same year he headed the executive bureau of the Russian Association of Advertisers (RAAs). While in
, he met Vladislav Surkov.
The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly is a peer-reviewed journal that examines ethical, philosophical, and theological questions generated by the continuing progress of modern medicine and technology. It is published by the National Catholic Bioethics Center to foster inquiry on moral issues. The journal is edited by Edward Furton. Online access to this journal is currently provided by
. Online access is forthcoming from the Philosophy Documentation Center.
was founded in 1998, as an online publication platform for content creators to produce and host their printed journal editions online. Initially formed as a subsidiary of EBSCO Information Services, The company became one of the world's largest and established scholarly publishers, hosting over 31,000 publications from over 180 publishers. Publishers have included the National Association for Music Education, Academy of Management, World Scientific, IOS Press, and others.
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