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NISO’s	
  Open	
  Access	
  Metadata	
  
and	
  Indicators	
  Working	
  Group	
  
Ne#e	
  Lagace	
  (@abugseye)	
  
CNI	
...
Working	
  Group’s	
  Objec;ves	
  
1.  A	
  specified	
  format	
  for	
  bibliographic	
  metadata	
  and	
  
possibly,	
...
Working	
  Group	
  Membership	
  
Co-­‐chairs:	
  
•  Cameron	
  Neylon,	
  PLoS	
  
•  Ed	
  Pentz,	
  CrossRef	
  
•  G...
“open	
  access”	
  poli;cally	
  fraught	
  
•  Won’t	
  use	
  this	
  label	
  
Factual	
  informa5on:	
  
–  Is	
  a	
...
Two	
  tags	
  
•  <free_to_read>
<free_to_read start_date=“2013-02-03” end_date=“2013-10-03”>
<free_to_read start_date=“2...
Distribu;ng	
  Metadata	
  
•  Who?	
  Publishers,	
  aggregators,	
  content	
  
providers	
  
•  Include	
  the	
  metad...
What’s	
  Next?	
  
•  Public	
  Review	
  and	
  Comment	
  period	
  
•  Working	
  Group	
  will	
  address	
  and	
  p...
Thank	
  you!	
  Ques5ons?	
  
nlagace@niso.org	
  
@abugseye	
  
	
  
Lagace Presentation on the NISO Open Access Metadata and Indicators Project at the CNI Fall meeting in Washington, DC
Lagace Presentation on the NISO Open Access Metadata and Indicators Project at the CNI Fall meeting in Washington, DC
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Nettie Lagace Presentation on the NISO Open Access Metadata and Indicators Project at the CNI Fall meeting in Washington, DC. December 9, 2013.

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  1. 1. NISO’s  Open  Access  Metadata   and  Indicators  Working  Group   Ne#e  Lagace  (@abugseye)   CNI  Fall  Mee5ng   Washington  DC   December  9,  2013  
  2. 2. Working  Group’s  Objec;ves   1.  A  specified  format  for  bibliographic  metadata  and   possibly,  a  set  of  visual  signals,  describing  the   readership  rights  associated  with  a  single  scholarly   work   2.  Recommended  mechanisms  for  publishing  and   distribu5ng  this  metadata   3.  A  report  on  the  feasibility  of  including  clear   informa5on  on  downstream  re-­‐use  rights  within  the   current  project  and,  if  judged  feasible,  inclusion  of   these  elements  in  outputs  1  and  2   4.  A  report  sta5ng  how  the  adop5on  of  these  outputs   would  answer  (or  not)  specific  use  cases  to  be   developed  by  the  Working  Group  
  3. 3. Working  Group  Membership   Co-­‐chairs:   •  Cameron  Neylon,  PLoS   •  Ed  Pentz,  CrossRef   •  Greg  Tananbaum,  Consultant   (SPARC)   Members:     •  Tim  Devenport,  EDItEUR   •  Gregg  Gordon,  Social  Science   Research  Network  (SSRN)   •  Julie  Hardesty,  Indiana   University  Library   •  Paul  Keller,  Europeana   Licensing  Framework   •  Cecy  Marden,  The   Wellcome  Library   •  Jack  Ochs,  American   Chemical  Society   •  Heather  Reid,  Copyright   Clearance  Center   •  Jill  Russell,  University  of   Birmingham   •  Chris  Shillum,  Elsevier   •  Ben  Showers,  JISC   •  Ee_e  Smit,  STM   Associa5on   •  Chris5ne  Stohn,  Ex  Libris   •  Timothy  Vollmer,  Crea5ve   Commons  
  4. 4. “open  access”  poli;cally  fraught   •  Won’t  use  this  label   Factual  informa5on:   –  Is  a  specified  work  free  to  read  –  can  it  be   accessed  by  anyone  who  has  access  to  the  Web?   –  What  re-­‐use  rights  are  granted  to  this  reader?   •  Minimal  set  of  metadata  needed   •  Decided  not  to  create/recommend  a  logo  
  5. 5. Two  tags   •  <free_to_read> <free_to_read start_date=“2013-02-03” end_date=“2013-10-03”> <free_to_read start_date=“2015-02-03”> •  <license_ref> <license_ref start_date=“2014-02-03”>http:// www.psychoceramics.org/license_v1.html</license_ref> <license_ref start_date=“2014-02-03”>http://creativecommons.org/ licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US</license_ref>
  6. 6. Distribu;ng  Metadata   •  Who?  Publishers,  aggregators,  content   providers   •  Include  the  metadata  in  all  standard  metadata   sets   –  Intended  that  this  popula5on/distribu5on  will   become  part  of  standard  editorial  and  produc5on   workflows   •  Could  also  include  in  alerts  such  as  e-­‐TOCs  and   RSS  feeds  and  A&I  feeds    
  7. 7. What’s  Next?   •  Public  Review  and  Comment  period   •  Working  Group  will  address  and  poten5ally   incorporate  Comments   •  NISO  Approval   •  NISO  Publica5on  as  a  Recommended  Prac5ce  
  8. 8. Thank  you!  Ques5ons?   nlagace@niso.org   @abugseye    
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