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  • What’s a DOI?
  • 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.
  • What’s the difference between CrossRef and the International DOI Federation?
  • What’s the difference between CrossRef and the International DOI Federation?
  • CR 47.4 million, Wang Fang 1.5 million, DC, 1 million, EIDR, 200K, all other 2 million
  • 200K books, 3.9 million book DOIs.

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  • Basics for New Members and Individuals New to CrossRef
    • 9:00-10:00 Boot Camp: An Introduction to CrossRef
    • 10:00-10:20 Cited-by Linking
    • 10:20-10:40 CrossCheck
  • Boot Camp An Introduction to Carol Anne Meyer Patricia Feeney Anna Tolwinska CrossRef Workshops 15 November 2011 Cambridge, MA
  • This Morning
    • Business Overview
      • Carol Meyer
    • Technical Overview
      • Patricia Feeney
    • Resources for Small Publishers
      • Anna Tolwinska
  • Business Overview
    • Why publishers join CrossRef
    • What is a DOI?
  • Why publishers join CrossRef
    • To get persistent IDs for their content
    • To drive more traffic to their content
    • To turn their references into hyperlinks
    • To pull in cited-by links (what cites this?)
    • To participate in new collaborative services
  • From roadblock…to Easy, reliable navigation
  • Broken links are a problem
  •  
    • D igital
    • O bject
    • I dentifier
    What is a DOI? Source: pasukaru76 from Flickr
  • It is alphanumeric a DOI?
  • It uniquely identifies content
    • It serves as a stable link to that content’s digital location
  • It looks like this:
  • DOI-enabled linking
  • DOI syntax
  • Now let’s make it actionable in a browser…
  • http://dx.doi.org/10.1006/jmpi.1995.0238
  •  
  • DOI suffixes must be
    • Unique within a prefix
  • DOI suffixes should be
    • Consistent
    • Logical
    • Easily documented
    • Readily implemented
  • DOI suffixes may be
    • Opaque
    • Meaningful
  • New display guidelines http://dx.doi.org/10.xxxx/DOIsuffixgoeshere replaces doi:10.xxxx/DOIsuffixgoeshere More Information: http://www.crossref.org/02publishers/doi_display_guidelines.html
  • International DOI Foundation
    • Oversees central DOI System
    • Promotes DOI as a standard
    • Provides organizational infrastructure that ensures persistence and interoperability
  • IDF Registration Agencies (RAs)
    • Airiti
    • DataCite
    • Entertainment Identifier Registry (EDIR)
      • mEDRA
    • OPOCE (Office des publications EU)
    • R. R. Bowker
      • Wanfang Data
      • CrossRef
  • What Does CrossRef Do?
    • Provides technology infrastructure for linking
      • Registers DOIs with the Handle System
      • Provides discoverability services for those DOIs
    • Provides business infrastructure for linking
      • One agreement with CrossRef is a linking agreement with all CrossRef publishers
  • is the largest Registration Agency
  • Handle-DOI-CrossRef relationship
    • Handle
    • general-purpose naming service
    • Requires customized solution
    • DOI
    • organizational structure for persistence
    • CrossRef
    • programmatic linking and discovery service
    • Easy for publisher to automate
  • CrossRef/DOI Community
    • DOIs for x-pub linking
    • Develops and maintains
    • the DOI standard
    • Develops and maintains the
    • Handle system upon which
    • the DOI executes
  • Services
    • Cross-publisher reference linking
    • Cross-publisher Cited-by linking
    • Cross-publisher metadata feeds to CMS Affiliates
    • Cross-publisher plagiarism screening
    • Cross-publisher update service
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  • Cross-publisher means…
    • No need for bilateral negotiations between publishers, or between a third-party and individual publishers
    Photo: Alexandra Lee
  • Text PUBLISHERS AND SOCIETIES 3637 200,238 BOOKS JOURNAL TITLES 25,901 CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS 21,858
  • 50 million CrossRef DOIs!
  • Content beyond journals…
    • Books
    • Standards
    • Proceedings
    • Images
    • Figures
    • Datasets
    • Working papers
    • Dissertations
  • Linking 5 centuries of content 1665
  • membership
    • STM
    • Humanities
    • Social science
    • Professional
    • Links deliver the user to the publisher’s front door. Access control is up to the publisher.
    is “business-model neutral” Photo: Tawheed Manzoor
  • membership
    • Represents 67 countries
  • membership
    • Commercial publishers
    • Academic societies
    • Other non-profits
    • University presses
    • Open access publishers
    • Institutional repositories
    • Participation
    • welcome!
    Is a membership organization Photo: James Duncan Davidson
  • Stay informed: get involved
    • CrossRef Annual Meeting
    • CrossRef Board and Committees
    • CrossRef Support Forum
    • CrossRef and CrossTech blogs
    • CrossRef Quarterly
    • www.facebook.com/crossref
    • Twitter: @CrossRefNews
  • 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
  • One-Time Deposit Fees Deposit Type Per-DOI Fee Current records (2008-2010) $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
  • 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
    • Make plans for long term archiving
    • Pay bills on time
    • Update contact information
  • Thank you! [email_address]