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2013 CrossRef Workshops Boot Camp Introduction Carol Anne Meyer

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2013 CrossRef Workshops Boot Camp Introduction presentation by Carol Anne Meyer.

2013 CrossRef Workshops Boot Camp Introduction presentation by Carol Anne Meyer.

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  • What’s a DOI?
  • The first example is from DLIB
    The second is from Wiley
    The third is from JST
    The fourth is made up, but it shows that as of this year, the DOI prefix (we’ll get to that in a minute) can now be either 4 or 5 characters
  • The prefix is assigned to the member. While it may represent a publisher to start, the prefix will remain even if the content changes owners.
    The suffix is assigned by the member.
    Again, the prefix can now be a 10.5-digit number.
  • What’s the difference between CrossRef and the International DOI Federation?
  • What’s the difference between CrossRef and the International DOI Federation?
  • CR 63 million, ISTIC 19 million, DC, 2 million, EIDR, 465K, all other 2 million
  • In other words, traffic generated to publishers by DOIs.
  • Microsoft uses CrossRef metadata to improve the performance and accuracy of its scholarly search engine Academic Search
  • Fees haven’t changed in years
  • It’s all about data now.
  • Transcript

    • 1. Carol Anne Meyer Patricia Feeney Anna Tolwinska Susan Collins Lisa Hart CrossRef Workshops 12 November 2013 Cambridge, MA, USA Boot Camp An Introduction to
    • 2. This Morning • • • • • Business Overview Carol Anne Meyer Finance & Billing, Lisa Hart – – Technical Overview Patricia Feeney – Tools for Small Publishers Anna Tolwinska – CrossCheck Susan Collins – Finance & Operations Lisa Hart –
    • 3. Business Overview • Why publishers join CrossRef • What is a DOI? 3
    • 4. ? Why do publishers join CrossRef?  To get persistent identifiers for their content  To drive more traffic to their content  To turn references into hyperlinks  To pull in cited-by links (who cites this?) to get more traffic  Participate in other collaborative services (CrossCheck, CrossMark, FundRef)
    • 5. Broken links are a problem 5
    • 6. What is a DOI? Digital Object Identifier 7
    • 7. It is alphanumeric a DOI? 8
    • 8. It uniquely identifies content 9
    • 9. It serves as a stable link to that content’s digital location
    • 10. It looks like this: http://dx.doi.org/10.1045/june2001.ianella http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/smj.376 http://dx.doi.org/10.1265/ehpm.8.184 http://dx.doi.org/10.12345/abc 11
    • 11. DOI-enabled linking 12
    • 12. DOI syntax 13
    • 13. Now let’s make it actionable in a browser… 14
    • 14. http://dx.doi.org/10.1006/jmpi.1995.0238
    • 15. DOI suffixes must be Unique within a prefix
    • 16. DOI suffixes should be • Consistent • Logical • Easily documented • Readily implemented • Short 18
    • 17. DOI suffixes may be • Opaque • Meaningful 19
    • 18. New display guidelines http://dx.doi.org/10.nnnnn/DOIsuffixgoeshere replaces doi:10.nnnnn/DOIsuffixgoeshere DOI:10.nnnnn/DOIsuffixgoeshere Doi: 10.nnnnn/DOIsuffixgoeshere and other variations. More Information: http://www.crossref.org/02publishers/doi_display_guidelines.html 20
    • 19. 21
    • 20. International DOI Foundation • Oversees central DOI System • Promotes DOI as a standard • Provides organizational infrastructure that ensures persistence and interoperability 22
    • 21. IDF Registration Agencies (RAs) • Airiti • Knowledge • China National(CNKI) Infrastructure • DataCite • Entertainment Identifier Registry (EIDR) • The Institute of Scientific and Technical Information of • • • China (ISTIC) Japan Link Center (JaLC) mEDRA OPOCE (Office des publications EU) CrossRef
    • 22. is the largest Registration Agency
    • 23. What Does CrossRef Do? Provides •linking technology infrastructure for Registers DOIs with the Handle System Provides discoverability services for those DOIs Provides •linking business infrastructure for One agreement with CrossRef is a linking agreement with all CrossRef publishers
    • 24. Services Powered by iThenticate •Reference linking •Cited-by linking Metadata feeds •third parties to •Plagiarism screening •Update identification Funding •identification
    • 25. Cross-publisher means… • No need for bilateral negotiations between publishers, or between a third-party and individual publishers 27 Photo: Alexandra Lee
    • 26. 63 million CrossRef DOIs!
    • 27. Content beyond journals…
    • 28. Data is the fastest growing nd content, books the 2 fastest
    • 29. More than 1 million data items/figures/components have CrossRef DOIs • Protein Data Bank • Standards in Genomic Science • Organization for Economic Development (OECD) • Public Library of Science • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) • International Union of Crystallography (IUCR)
    • 30. 32 32
    • 31. Linking 5 centuries of content 1665
    • 32. membership • STM • Humanities • Social science • Professional 34
    • 33. is “business-model neutral” • Links deliver the user to the publisher’s front door. Access control is up to the publisher. Photo: Tawheed Manzoor 35
    • 34. membership • Represents 76 countries 36
    • 35. Traffic to publishers’ sites # of DOI resolutions or “clicks” each year (000)
    • 36. Where do people discover CrossRef DOIs? • Scholarly References • Abstracting & Indexing services • Reference management tools • Search engines • Aggregated reference products • Online library catalogs (i.e. WorldCat)
    • 37. Microsoft Academic Search uses CrossRef Metadata
    • 38. membership • Commercial publishers • Academic societies • Other non-profits • University presses • Open access publishers • Institutional repositories 41
    • 39. Is a membership organization Participation welcome! 42 Photo: James Duncan Davidson
    • 40. Stay informed: get involved • CrossRef Annual Meeting • CrossRef Board and Committees • CrossRef Books Interest Group • CrossRef Support Forum • CrossRef and CrossTech blogs • CrossRef Quarterly • www.facebook.com/crossref • Twitter: @CrossRefNews 43
    • 41. Fees: Annual Membership Annual Publishing Revenue Annual Fee < $1 million $275 $1 million-$5 million $550 $5 million-$10 million $1,650 $10 million-$25 million $3,900 $25 million-$50 million $8,300 $50 million-$100 million $14,000 $100 million-$200 million $22,000 $200 million-$500 million $33,000 >$500 million $50,000 44
    • 42. One-Time Deposit Fees Deposit Type Per-DOI Fee Current records (20082010) $1.00 Book chapters and reference entries ≤ 250 per title $0.25 Book chapters and reference entries > 250 per title $0.15 Backfiles $0.15 Components, data records $.06 Journal Titles free 45
    • 43. Member Obligations • Display CrossRef DOIs on response pages • Deposit all current journal articles • Link out from current journal references • Resolve CrossRef DOI conflicts • Update metadata and especially URLs • Do not publicize CrossRef DOIs until links are live • Pay bills on time • Update contact information • Make plans for long term archiving 46
    • 44. Options for Archiving CLOCKSS: http://clockss.org Portico: http://www.portico.org Koninklijke Bibliotheek / National Library of the Netherlands: http://www.kb.nl/
    • 45. Best Practices for CrossRef Members • Display DOIs as URLs • Provide “how to cite” guidance, including DOIs • Include DOIs in citation downloads • Include DOIs in metadata feeds to third parties, ie PubMed in additional services: • Participate Metadata Service, Cited-by Linking, CrossCheck, CrossRef – CrossMark, FundRef • Make your DOI suffixes short 48
    • 46. http://shortdoi.org 49
    • 47. Thank you! cmeyer@crossref.org 51

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