News from Ingenta…


Ingenta Connect is delighted to announce the integration of Google’s CASA service into Ingenta Connect.

CASA is a new service developed by Google which lets researchers access full text PDFs from journals to which their institution has subscribed, even when they are working at home and not using a university IP address. How does it work?

Ingenta Connect already functions with Google’s Subscriber Links service so institutional users can link directly from Google Scholar search results to subscribed content – but only if they are on campus. CASA extends this feature so Google Scholar users can access the same subscribed content off-campus as they do on-campus, so no additional off-campus login is necessary. Result: an easier, smoother way for legitimate users – wherever they are – to access our publishers’ content!


We’ll be at UKSG again this year! The UKSG Annual Conference and Exhibition UKSG 41st Annual Conference and Exhibition (9th to 11th April) is a major event in the scholarly communications calendar which each year attracts over 900 delegates from around the world – librarians, publishers, content providers, consultants and intermediaries.  The conference combines high-quality plenary presentations, lightning talks and breakout sessions with a major trade exhibition and entertaining social events. This year it’s being held in Glasgow, Scotland – a fine city to visit. If you would like to see us, please email to arrange an appointment.

New Publishers on Ingenta Connect and Ingenta Open

Pluto Journals

IC_Newsletter_Cuban_studiesSoon to be available on Ingenta Connect is a selection of the top titles from Pluto Journals, which was launched in 2009, as an independent, scholarly, and international journal publisher in the field of Social Sciences. Their journals include the fields of politics, current affairs, international studies, law, political economy, work, and Arab and Islamic studies.

PJ is international in terms of subject matter, with editors from the four corners of the world, and they sell globally.

IC_Newsletter_Paths_InternationalPaths International

This new journal provides unique and diverse perspectives from China on the ‘Belt and Road Initiative’. The BRI principle of “wide consultation, joint construction, mutual benefit” embodies a brand-new, non- confrontational cooperation concept based on traditional Chinese culture. This journal researches the BRI objectives of “policy coordination, facilities connectivity, unimpeded trade, financial integration and people-to-people bonds”. The goal of this journal is to be comprehensive in content, rigorous in structure and meticulous in form. See

Peter Lang

All bar one of Peter Lang’s journals publications are going full Open Access this year and will be transferred to our new Ingenta Open site. Peter Lang specializes in the Social Sciences and Humanities and covers the complete spectrum from monographs to student textbooks. Content will remain indexed on Ingenta Connect – see

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