Cambridge University Press’ low bandwidth mobile access point – CJOm
This case study looks at the development of Cambridge Journals Online mobile (CJOm). CJOm offers a streamlined version of the Cambridge Journals Online platform (CJO) – home to over 250 internationally influential academic journals. This allows users to search for journal content, read articles, save favourites and register for content alerts on their hand-held devices. Anything saved through a mobile can be picked up again when back at a desktop/laptop, and vice versa.
This is a practical and important method of improving researchers’ access to resources in developing countries.