Remarq, the community engagement and researcher collaboration tool from RedLink, is now available for  journals published by The American Mathematical Society (AMS).

May 10, 2018, Westborough MA – RedLink is pleased to announce that The American Mathematical Society (AMS) has joined the growing number of publishers offering Remarq, adding Remarq’s robust interaction layer to six of its journals, including Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, and Mathematics of Computation.

Remarq is a tool for the research and education communities offering collaboration, annotation, commenting, article sharing, and editorial tools, all on the publisher’s site and utilizing the version of record.

“The American Mathematical Society has been undergoing a thoughtful transformation, and we’re proud that Remarq was selected to help move their journals forward,” said Kent Anderson, CEO of RedLink. “AMS will bring the proven engagement features of Remarq to another new community.”

“We’re pleased to bring Remarq’s annotation and collaboration tools to our members and readers,” said Robert Harington, Associate Executive Director for Publications at the AMS.


About RedLink®

RedLink helps libraries, publishers, and users see what they’ve been missing. RedLink’s products include powerful, intuitive dashboards for libraries and publishers (Library Dashboard and Publisher Dashboard), unique sales prospecting engines for publishers (SiteLeads™), and editorial engagement tools for editors, authors, and readers (Remarq®). RedLink also offers RedLink Network, a free service libraries and publishers can use to collaborate on synchronizing access credentials and service needs.

About the American Mathematical Society

The American Mathematical Society is dedicated to advancing research and connecting the diverse global mathematical community through our publications, meetings and conferences, MathSciNet, professional services, advocacy, and awareness programs.