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Or, Name That Funder!FundRef
The ChallengesPublishing industryFunders2
Publishers FundersBroad view of research producingpublications and sponsoringorganizations worldwideKnowledge of agency-fu...
Pilot Report issuedhttp://www.crossref.org/fundref/FundRef_Pilot_Project_Report.pdfMarch 2012March 2013Approved by CrossRe...
The FundRef workflow
11Industry-wide methodology for connecting scholarlypublications to research funders demonstratedFunder name and grant num...
FundRefdataFundref Search
Funders in data now
http://doi.crossref.org/fundref
CrossRefCoordinate and manage FundRefMaintain Funder RegistryInclude FundRef data in metadataCharter advisory group
Modify systems to collect and display controlled funderinformation metadata;Work with manuscript tracking systemsWork with...
• Funders:• Educate grant recipients• Explore ways to use FundRef data and DOIs• Authors:• Supply accurate funder name(s) ...
21Researchers Evaluate scholarly content based on standardfunding information across publishersResearchInstitutionsTrack p...
To Do• Arrange to maintain Funder Registry(taxonomy of 4000+ funder names)• Finalize Terms & Conditions for publishers• Sp...
FundRef IntegrationPrototype Implementation
Autocomplete InteractiveData EntryCandidate list updates as each letter is“Starts with”as well asembeddedmatching
AutocompleteInteractive Data EntryCandidate list narrows as morecharacters are typed
Grant Identity and Multiple Funders
Downstream Accessto CapturedFunding DataGrant information transmitted onwards topublisher production systems, accordingto ...
Submission FormQuestion28eJournalPress Confidential
Auto-Completion29eJournalPress Confidential
Hieratical Data / ParentOrganizations30eJournalPress ConfidentialParent Organizations “Short Name” pre-pendedCan be search...
ConfigurationScreens31eJournalPress Confidential
Want to know MoreAbout FundRef? Handout available The FundRef Factsheet with Workflow Sign up for Webinar: May 9 See F...
I Can Name thatFunder in 3 LettersNameThatFunder!
Shameless Plug
cmeyer@crossref.org@meyercarol
FundRef, or Name That Funder!
FundRef, or Name That Funder!
FundRef, or Name That Funder!
FundRef, or Name That Funder!
FundRef, or Name That Funder!
FundRef, or Name That Funder!
FundRef, or Name That Funder!
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    1. 1. Or, Name That Funder!FundRef
    2. 2. The ChallengesPublishing industryFunders2
    3. 3. Publishers FundersBroad view of research producingpublications and sponsoringorganizations worldwideKnowledge of agency-fundedresearch, government programs andpolicies, and guidance granteesreceiveWell-defined publishing systemsand peer-review processWell-defined award systems andresearch management processRelationship with authors ofmanuscripts submitted forpublicationRelationship with researchers fundedby agency
    4. 4. Pilot Report issuedhttp://www.crossref.org/fundref/FundRef_Pilot_Project_Report.pdfMarch 2012March 2013Approved by CrossRef• Publishers, Manuscript Tracking Systems captured funderinformation on submission• 40+ staff from all organizations.• The proof of concept was deemed successful.Finish
    5. 5. The FundRef workflow
    6. 6. 11Industry-wide methodology for connecting scholarlypublications to research funders demonstratedFunder name and grant number metadata depositedto CrossRefScival funder taxonomy (contributed by Elsevier) usedRequirements for ongoing Funder Registry definedCrossRef to run Funder RegistryFundRef Search created
    7. 7. FundRefdataFundref Search
    8. 8. Funders in data now
    9. 9. http://doi.crossref.org/fundref
    10. 10. CrossRefCoordinate and manage FundRefMaintain Funder RegistryInclude FundRef data in metadataCharter advisory group
    11. 11. Modify systems to collect and display controlled funderinformation metadata;Work with manuscript tracking systemsWork with production vendorsDeposit funder and grant info to CrossRef with or afterbibliographic metadata deposits
    12. 12. • Funders:• Educate grant recipients• Explore ways to use FundRef data and DOIs• Authors:• Supply accurate funder name(s) and awardnumber(s)
    13. 13. 21Researchers Evaluate scholarly content based on standardfunding information across publishersResearchInstitutionsTrack productivity of researchers and funderssupporting themPublishers Track funders supporting journal contentFundersDemonstrate scholarly outcome fromexpendituresPublic Monitor research spending and outcomes
    14. 14. To Do• Arrange to maintain Funder Registry(taxonomy of 4000+ funder names)• Finalize Terms & Conditions for publishers• Spread the wordCrossRef• Plan implementation• Coordinate with vendors (manuscript tracking,production, online)Publishers• Assess access paths for FundRef data• Define access and search requirements• Investigate assigning DOIs to grants, proposals,reportsFunders
    15. 15. FundRef IntegrationPrototype Implementation
    16. 16. Autocomplete InteractiveData EntryCandidate list updates as each letter is“Starts with”as well asembeddedmatching
    17. 17. AutocompleteInteractive Data EntryCandidate list narrows as morecharacters are typed
    18. 18. Grant Identity and Multiple Funders
    19. 19. Downstream Accessto CapturedFunding DataGrant information transmitted onwards topublisher production systems, accordingto agreed XML schemae
    20. 20. Submission FormQuestion28eJournalPress Confidential
    21. 21. Auto-Completion29eJournalPress Confidential
    22. 22. Hieratical Data / ParentOrganizations30eJournalPress ConfidentialParent Organizations “Short Name” pre-pendedCan be search string
    23. 23. ConfigurationScreens31eJournalPress Confidential
    24. 24. Want to know MoreAbout FundRef? Handout available The FundRef Factsheet with Workflow Sign up for Webinar: May 9 See FundRef page at:www.crossref.org/fundref Talk to us32
    25. 25. I Can Name thatFunder in 3 LettersNameThatFunder!
    26. 26. Shameless Plug
    27. 27. cmeyer@crossref.org@meyercarol
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