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CrossMark for Affiliates

  1. 1. CrossMarkforAffiliates March 15th 2011
  2. 2. CrossMark
  3. 3. CrossMark Content changes
  4. 4. CrossMark Content changesWhen it does, readers need to know
  5. 5. Content changes
  6. 6. erratum corrigendum updates enhancements withdrawals retractions new editions protocol updatesnotices of concern, etc.
  7. 7. http://retractionwatch.wordpress.com
  8. 8. erratum corrigendum updates enhancements withdrawals retractions new editions protocol updatesnotices of concern, etc.
  9. 9. When content changes, readers need to know
  10. 10. Does this article have corrections?
  11. 11. Does this article have corrections?
  12. 12. What is CrossMark?
  13. 13. What is CrossMark? A logo that identi es a publisher- maintained copy of a piece of content
  14. 14. What is CrossMark? A logo that identi es a publisher- maintained copy of a piece of content Clicking the logo tells you
  15. 15. What is CrossMark? A logo that identi es a publisher- maintained copy of a piece of content Clicking the logo tells you Whether there have been any updates
  16. 16. What is CrossMark? A logo that identi es a publisher- maintained copy of a piece of content Clicking the logo tells you Whether there have been any updates If this copy is being maintained by the publisher
  17. 17. What is CrossMark? A logo that identi es a publisher- maintained copy of a piece of content Clicking the logo tells you Whether there have been any updates If this copy is being maintained by the publisher Where the publisher-maintained version is
  18. 18. What is CrossMark? A logo that identi es a publisher- maintained copy of a piece of content Clicking the logo tells you Whether there have been any updates If this copy is being maintained by the publisher Where the publisher-maintained version is Other important publication record information
  19. 19. What kind of Publication Recordinformation could be available?
  20. 20. What kind of Publication Recordinformation could be available? Funding disclosures Con ict of interest statements Publication history (submission, revision and accepted dates) Location of data deposits or registries Peer review process used CrossCheck plagiarism screening License types
  21. 21. Participation is optional
  22. 22. Participation is optionalParticipants maintain their content
  23. 23. Participation is optionalParticipants maintain their contentParticipants agree to keep CrossMark metadataup to date!
  24. 24. Participation is optionalParticipants maintain their contentParticipants agree to keep CrossMark metadataup to date!Participants adhere to logo display guidelines
  25. 25. Participation is optionalParticipants maintain their contentParticipants agree to keep CrossMark metadataup to date!Participants adhere to logo display guidelinesParticipants have an explanatory “policy” page
  26. 26. Participation is optionalParticipants maintain their contentParticipants agree to keep CrossMark metadataup to date!Participants adhere to logo display guidelinesParticipants have an explanatory “policy” pageAnything with a CrossRef DOI can have aCrossMark
  27. 27. What Does it Cost?
  28. 28. What Does it Cost? Cu rre Bac nt kfil con e c ten on t: 2 ten 0¢ t: 2 ¢
  29. 29. What Does it Cost? Cu rre Bac nt kfil con e c ten on t: 2 ten 0¢ t: 2 ¢Current Content: published in the past two years.
  30. 30. CrossMark What do publishers (or their hosts) have to do?
  31. 31. Create a CrossMark Policy Page Assign it a DOI for persistent linking Explain CrossMark, commitment to maintain the content Explain publisher policies on corrections, retractions, etc. De ne any custom metadata elds for the Record Tab Link to any other policies as appropriate Template page will be available
  32. 32. Deposit CrossMark Metadata DOI of the content the CrossMark is being applied to DOI for the publisher’s CrossMark Policy Page Whether content is “domain exclusive” CrossMark domain(s) of the web site(s) where the publisher-maintained version(s) of Record is/are hosted DOI of any piece of content that is being updated
  33. 33. http://crossmarksupport.labs.crossref.org
  34. 34. Update CrossMark Metadata!
  35. 35. Record DOIs in HTML page metadata
  36. 36. Add CrossMark metadata to PDFs Minimum = DOI, domain(s)
  37. 37. Display and Linkthe CrossMark Logo
  38. 38. Display and Link the CrossMark LogoOn HTML article landing pages
  39. 39. Display and Link the CrossMark LogoOn HTML article landing pages In PDF articles
  40. 40. Display and Link the CrossMark LogoOn HTML article landing pages In PDF articles
  41. 41. Decide on and collect additional metadata
  42. 42. Four publishers starting pilot now
  43. 43. Four publishers starting pilot now OUP, Royal Society, Wiley, Elsevier
  44. 44. Four publishers starting pilot now OUP, Royal Society, Wiley, ElsevierPilot Phase 2: call for participation
  45. 45. Four publishers starting pilot now OUP, Royal Society, Wiley, ElsevierPilot Phase 2: call for participationLaunch scheduled for mid-2011
  46. 46. Any Questions?http://crossmarksupport.labs.crossref.org kmeddings@crossref.org

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