Some Cambridge journals are encouraging readers to respond online to individual articles.
If a journal is accepting comments in this way, a link to 'Comments' will be displayed to the right of the article details in the table of contents or search results listing. (Note: this feature is not available for First View articles). The number of comments already made about the article is shown in brackets next to the 'Comments' link.
Note: to have access to this feature you need to be a registered user and have logged in and have access to the full text of the article via either a library, society or personal subscription.
Clicking on 'Comments' brings up a number of text boxes. These allow you to submit a comment and set up an email alert to let you know when any new comments are posted online.
The text boxes will display the name, email address and institutional details we hold for you as a registered user. Fill in any missing information and, if you would like to receive email alerts when new comments are posted, tick the check box before adding your comment to the 'Comment' box. Finally, click the 'Post Comments' button. All comments submitted will be moderated by the journal's editors before appearing online.