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eBooks and DOIs at Springer (2011 CrossRef Workshops) eBooks and DOIs at Springer (2011 CrossRef Workshops) Presentation Transcript

  • eBooks and DOIs at Springer2011 CrossRef WorkshopMike Waters, Production/Quality AssuranceNovember 14, 2011
  • eBooks and DOIs at Springer — 2011 CrossRef Workshop 2Overview• Some background notes• Rationale for assigning DOIs to both titles and chapters• Algorithms for constructing DOIs• High-level workflow for registering DOIs• Display of DOIs• DOI registration, reference linking, and cited-by linking• Who gets Springer DOIs?• Troubleshooting/corrections• Error detection/prevention via various checking tools• Summary
  • eBooks and DOIs at Springer — 2011 CrossRef Workshop 3Some Background Notes• eBook Totals – 1,500 book series – 71,000 book DOIs (includes reference works and some ―Archive‖ titles) – 1,500,000 chapter DOIs (includes reference works and some ―Archive‖ titles) – Springer Book Archives will add about 65,000 more titles (back to the 1840s)• eBook “Renditions” vs. DOIs for the “Work” – Abstract HTML, Fulltext HTML, Fulltext PDF, ePub (forthcoming)• Platform Targets for DOI Linking – SpringerLink (most eBook DOIs) – SpringerProtocols, SpringerMaterials, SpringerReference (selected book series)
  • eBooks and DOIs at Springer — 2011 CrossRef Workshop 4Rationale for Assigning DOIs to Both Titles and Chapters• Chapter-wise production is more efficient in an XML workflow• Decrease in production time, especially for contributed volumes• Individual chapters are displayable AND searchable AND citable AND saleable• Chapters can have outbound (from references) and inbound (cited-by) links• ePub versions of books depend on chapter-wise content
  • eBooks and DOIs at Springer — 2011 CrossRef Workshop 5Algorithms for Constructing DOIs• Book Workflow DOIs – Book DOI: Springer prefix 10.1007 + ―/‖ + 13-digit ISBN – Book DOI: Springer prefix 10.1007 + ―/‖ + 10-digit ISBN (for older titles) – Chapter DOI: book DOI + ―_‖ + chapter sequence number – Examples: Book DOIs: 10.1007/978-94-007-2783-0 10.1007/3-540-54303-1 Chapter DOIs: 10.1007/978-94-007-2783-0_1 10.1007/3-540-54303-1_121• Legacy DOIs – Springer prefix 10.1007 + ―/‖ + ―BF‖ + ―b‖ + unique counter – Examples: Book DOI: 10.1007/BFb0105392 DOIs are just identifiers Chapter DOI: 10.1007/BFb0105393
  • eBooks and DOIs at Springer — 2011 CrossRef Workshop 6High-Level Workflow for Registering DOIs Product database (core MD, contract info) Producton Production (CrossRef Production Production Production DOIs, (proofing, (book (split book) (typesetting) MARC corrections) building) records, ePub) Distribution (printer, Data repository SpringerLink, eBook partners)
  • eBooks and DOIs at Springer — 2011 CrossRef Workshop 7Display of DOIs: Book DOI on SpringerLink
  • eBooks and DOIs at Springer — 2011 CrossRef Workshop 8Display of DOIs: Chapter DOI on SpringerLink
  • eBooks and DOIs at Springer — 2011 CrossRef Workshop 9Display of DOIs: Chapter DOI in ePub
  • eBooks and DOIs at Springer — 2011 CrossRef Workshop 10Display of DOIs: Chapter DOI on SpringerProtocols
  • eBooks and DOIs at Springer — 2011 CrossRef Workshop 11Display of DOIs: Chapter DOI on SpringerImages
  • eBooks and DOIs at Springer — 2011 CrossRef Workshop 12Display of DOIs: Chapter DOI on SpringerReference
  • eBooks and DOIs at Springer — 2011 CrossRef Workshop 13DOI Registration, Reference Linking, and Cited-By Linking• DOI Registration – Automatic Springer processing of bibliographic metadata – Enables inbound linking from off-site to response pages on Springer sites• Reference Linking – Automatic Springer processing of citation metadata – Enables outbound linking from references to response pages on other sites• Cited-By Linking – Automatic MetaPress processing of cited-by data from CrossRef – Enables ―dynamic‖ outbound linking from summary pages on SpringerLink
  • eBooks and DOIs at Springer — 2011 CrossRef Workshop 14Reference Linking at the Chapter Level
  • eBooks and DOIs at Springer — 2011 CrossRef Workshop 15Cited-By Linking at the Chapter (or Article) Level
  • eBooks and DOIs at Springer — 2011 CrossRef Workshop 16Who Gets Springer DOIs?• SpringerLink and other Springer platforms• Amazon, Google, Apple• Ebrary, NetLibrary, and other eBook vendors• MARC records for OCLC• CrossRef
  • eBooks and DOIs at Springer — 2011 CrossRef Workshop 17Troubleshooting/Corrections• Use the CrossRef Admin interface for troubleshooting – Retrieve DOIs, metadata, and submission data – DOI history data – DOI conflict data• CrossRef log-file analysis• Errata handling – Automated process enables links between original and erratum• Withdrawals and retractions – Manual process – Electronic rights and copyright violations – Plagiarism detection
  • eBooks and DOIs at Springer — 2011 CrossRef Workshop 18Error Detection/Prevention via Various Checking Tools• Submission Checker – structural and system checks of eBook packages – File and directory naming – important for logging and conversions – Completeness of eBook package, e.g., number of chapters – Consistency of DOI vs. ISBN in XML• Content Checker – various checks of incoming XML content – Book and chapter DOIs use ―valid‖ (known) prefixes – Book print and electronic ISBNs are different – Chapter last page is greater than or equal to first page – Copyright year is required and ―valid‖ (greater than ―1800‖)• DIPChecker – system checks against CrossRef and Springer databases – DOI queries return metadata for comparison – Metadata queries return DOIs for comparison
  • eBooks and DOIs at Springer — 2011 CrossRef Workshop 19Summary• Know your content and automate whenever possible, preferably with XML• DOIs point to the ―work‖, not to various renditions (PDF, HTML, ePub)• Standardize production processes, whenever possible• Chapter-wise processing has many benefits and few disadvantages• DOIs can have meaning (internally), but REALLY they do not• Use the new guidelines for displaying book AND chapter DOIs• Reference linking and cited-by linking are extremely important and helpful• An ounce of prevention (via checking routines) is worth a pound of cure
  • eBooks and DOIs at Springer — 2011 CrossRef Workshop 20 Thanks!