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Introduction to CrossRef for Researchers was held on March 25, 2014. It covers CrossRef services for readers, researchers and authors.

Introduction to CrossRef for Researchers was held on March 25, 2014. It covers CrossRef services for readers, researchers and authors.

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  • I checked this again yesterday (December 7)--Science is up to 2.7% failure rate.
  • 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.
  • Sample DOI suffixes
  • 2927 participating publishers
  • What’s the difference between CrossRef and the International DOI Federation?
  • The formatted and linked citation is inserted at the cursor position.
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    • 1. CrossRef Services for Readers, Researchers and Authors
    • 2. Not-for-profit membership association of global scholarly publishers
    • 3. From roadblock…to Easy, reliable navigation
    • 4. Broken links are a problem
    • 5. Digital Object Identifier What is a DOI?
    • 6. It is alphanumeric a DOI?
    • 7. It uniquely identifies content
    • 8. It serves as a stable link to that content’s digital location
    • 9. What’s in a name? http://dx.doi.org/10.1045/june2001.ia nella http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/smj.376 http://dx.doi.org/10.1265/ehpm.8.18 4 http://dx.doi.org/10.12345/abc
    • 10. DOI-enabled linking
    • 11. 13 DOI syntax
    • 12. 14 Now let’s make it actionable in a browser…
    • 13. http://dx.doi.org/10.1006/jmpi.1995.0238
    • 14. 17
    • 15. 18 International DOI Foundation •Oversees central DOI System •Promotes DOI as a standard •Provides organizational infrastructure that ensures persistence and interoperability
    • 16. Current IDF Registration Agencies
    • 17. is the largest Registration Agency
    • 18. Why CrossRef DOIs are Different from Other DOIs
    • 19. • Applications for scholarly communications • Develops and maintains the DOI standard • Develops and maintains the Handle system upon which the DOI executes CrossRef/DOI Community
    • 20. Services •CrossRef Reference Linking •CrossRef Cited-By Linking •CrossRef CrossMark Update Identification •CrossRef CrossRef FundRef Funding Information •CrossRef Metadata Search •CrossRef Labs Tools •CrossRef CrossCheck Plagiarism Screening •CrossRef Metadata Services Bibliographic data to help you discover content Powered by iThenticate
    • 21. CrossRef has 1900 members, representing 4627 publishers
    • 22. We have two offices: Lynnfield, MA and Oxford, UK
    • 23. We have 24 employees (22.5 FTE)
    • 24. 5 Members from 100 countries
    • 25. 66 million CrossRef DOIs!
    • 26. Not just journals!
    • 27. 8.2 mil 6.4 mil Books growing rapidly
    • 28. But Data is growing faster
    • 29. Almost 1.5 million data items/figures/components have CrossRef DOIs •Protein Data Bank •Standards in Genomic Science •Organization for Economic Development (OECD) •Public Library of Science •International Union of Crystallography (IUCR)
    • 30. 33
    • 31. 34
    • 32. Linking 5 centuries of content Century # of DOIs deposited 17th 1,686 18th 4,200 19th 651,584 20th 20,804,031 21st 13,703,134 166 5
    • 33. 113,553,926
    • 34. • 389 CrossRef Member Publishers participate • 386 million CrossRef Cited-By links • 27 million documents have CrossRef Cited-By links • 21 million CrossRef records have references
    • 35. We provide CrossRef Cited-By Links for Publishers to Display
    • 36. CrossR ef DOIs in Blogs
    • 37. CrossRef Metadata Services Affiliates •ACADEMIC ANALYTICS, LLC •ACADEMIC MEDICAL CENTER •ALTMETRIC •BIOINFOBANK INSTITUTE •CAMBIA •COPYRIGHT CLEARANCE CENTER (CCC) •DIALOG •DEEPDYVE •EASYBIB.COM •EPISTEMIO, LTD. •EUROPEAN BIOINFORMATICS INSTITUTE (EMBL) •EX LIBRIS LTD. •HINDAWI •INFORMASCOPE •KISTI •LABTIVA •MENDELEY •MESUR •NASA ADS •OCLC •ONTARIO COUNCIL OF UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES (OCUL) •PLUM ANALYTICS See more at: http://www.crossref.org/01company/08affiliates.html#cms_affiliates
    • 38. Additional Metadata Available •ORCIDs •CrossRef FundRef Funder Data •Article Level Open Access Indicators (planned) •CrossRef CrossMark Update Information •CrossRef CrossMark Publication Record Metadata –Peer Review Information –Publication History –Threaded Publications –License Information –CrossCheck Screening Status
    • 39. (http://tiny.cc/ALM1) CrossRef DOIs support article-level metrics
    • 40. Microsoft Academic Search displays CrossMark logo
    • 41. Open Access Indicators • Article level OA indicators will support discovery of OA content in hybrid journals. • They can be displayed in CrossRef’s CrossMark
    • 42. What CrossRef services help researchers/scientists/engineers/readers/j ournalists? •CrossRef Metadata Search search.crossref.org •FundRef Search search.crossref.org/fundref •ORCID Integration orcid.org •DOI Shortener shortdoi.org •CrossRef Citation Formatter http://crosscite.org/citeproc/ •CrossRef Simple Text Query www.crossref.org/SimpleTextQuery/ •CrossMark http://crossref.org/crossmark 48 http://www.crossref.org/08downloads/handouts/library_researcher.pdf
    • 43. http://search.crossref.org
    • 44. What CrossRef services help researchers/scientists/engineers/readers/j ournalists? •CrossRef Metadata Search search.crossref.org •FundRef Search search.crossref.org/fundref •ORCID Integration orcid.org •DOI Shortener shortdoi.org •CrossRef Citation Formatter http://crosscite.org/citeproc/ •CrossRef Simple Text Query www.crossref.org/SimpleTextQuery/ •CrossMark http://crossref.org/crossmark 54 http://www.crossref.org/08downloads/handouts/library_researcher.pdf
    • 45. http://search.crossref.org/fundref
    • 46. What CrossRef services help researchers/scientists/engineers/readers/j ournalists? •CrossRef Metadata Search search.crossref.org •FundRef Search search.crossref.org/fundref •ORCID Integration orcid.org •DOI Shortener shortdoi.org •CrossRef Citation Formatter http://crosscite.org/citeproc/ •CrossRef Simple Text Query www.crossref.org/SimpleTextQuery/ •CrossMark http://crossref.org/crossmark 58 http://www.crossref.org/08downloads/handouts/library_researcher.pdf
    • 47. http://shortdoi.org 59
    • 48. What CrossRef services help researchers/scientists/engineers/readers/j ournalists? •CrossRef Metadata Search search.crossref.org •FundRef Search search.crossref.org/fundref •ORCID Integration orcid.org •DOI Shortener shortdoi.org •CrossRef Citation Formatter http://crosscite.org/citeproc/ •CrossRef Simple Text Query www.crossref.org/SimpleTextQuery/ •CrossMark http://crossref.org/crossmark 60 http://www.crossref.org/08downloads/handouts/library_researcher.pdf
    • 49. Integratio n http://orcid.org/
    • 50. What CrossRef services help researchers/scientists/engineers/readers/j ournalists? •CrossRef Metadata Search search.crossref.org •FundRef Search search.crossref.org/fundref •ORCID Integration orcid.org •DOI Shortener shortdoi.org •CrossRef Citation Formatter http://crosscite.org/citeproc/ •CrossRef Simple Text Query www.crossref.org/SimpleTextQuery/ •CrossMark http://crossref.org/crossmark 63 http://www.crossref.org/08downloads/handouts/library_researcher.pdf
    • 51. http://labs.crossref.org/  Citation formatter for different style guides http://crosscite.org/citeproc/
    • 52. What CrossRef services help researchers/scientists/engineers/readers/j ournalists? •CrossRef Metadata Search search.crossref.org •FundRef Search search.crossref.org/fundref •ORCID Integration orcid.org •DOI Shortener shortdoi.org •CrossRef Citation Formatter http://crosscite.org/citeproc/ •CrossRef Simple Text Query www.crossref.org/SimpleTextQuery/ •CrossMark http://crossref.org/crossmark 65 http://www.crossref.org/08downloads/handouts/library_researcher.pdf
    • 53. Simple Text Query http://www.crossref.org/SimpleTextQuery/
    • 54. What CrossRef services help researchers/scientists/engineers/readers/j ournalists? •CrossRef Metadata Search search.crossref.org •FundRef Search search.crossref.org/fundref •ORCID Integration orcid.org •DOI Shortener shortdoi.org •CrossRef Citation Formatter http://crosscite.org/citeproc/ •CrossRef Simple Text Query www.crossref.org/SimpleTextQuery/ •CrossMark http://crossref.org/crossmark 67 http://www.crossref.org/08downloads/handouts/library_researcher.pdf
    • 55. And,
    • 56. Content changes
    • 57. “The Web is by nature an interactive environment, yet online journals are mostly static, befitting their traditional role as a never-changing scholarly record.”
    • 58. When content changes, readers need to know
    • 59. Nature 478, 26-28 (2011) Science publishing: The trouble with retractions http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/478026a
    • 60. http://dx.doi.org/10.3163/2F1536- 5050.100.3.008
    • 61. errata corrigenda updates enhancements withdrawals retractions new editions protocol updates notices of concern, etc.
    • 62. Version of Record Enhanced VoR Corrected VoR http://www.niso.org/publications/rp/RP-8-2008.pdf
    • 63. How Does a Researcher Know What to Trust?
    • 64. A Little Quiz: Does this article have corrections?
    • 65. Does this article have corrections?
    • 66. Researcher Concerns “ ”
    • 67. Lack of awareness of corrections or updates particularly problematic in medicine and related fields.
    • 68. A logo that identifies a publisher-maintained copy of a piece of content Clicking the logo tells you • Whether there have been any updates • If this instance is being maintained by the publisher • Where the publisher-maintained version is • Other important publication record information What is CrossMark?
    • 69. What kind of Publication Record information could be available? Funding disclosures Conflict 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 and more...
    • 70. Amsterdam University Press F1000 Research* Scholar Science Journals AIP* The Rockefeller University Press Elsevier* World Bank Turkish Online Journal of Design, Art and Communication (TOJDAC) International Union of Crystallography (IUCr)* Bioscientifica Science Reviews 2000 Ltd Michael Joanna Publishers Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (VGTU)* M2 Communications* Philippine Association of Institutions for Research (PAIR) American Diabetes Association Cambridge University Press The Royal Society* Mednet Royal Society of Chemistry Philosophy Documentation Centre* International Engineering Journal John Wiley & Sons* BMJ Journals* Riga Technical University Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Medical University of Lublin The Korean Physical Society http://www.crossref.org/crossmark/AboutParticipatingPub s.htm
    • 71. http://crossref.org/crossm ark
    • 72. • Almost a half million CrossMark deposits with about 4500 updates • Working with over 35 publishers on CrossMark implementation
    • 73. What do Researchers have to do?
    • 74. Click ’
    • 75. 1. CrossMark Policy Page Explains CrossMark, commitment to maintain the content Explain publisher policies on corrections, retractions, etc. Define any fields for the Publication Record Tab Has a CrossRef DOI for persistent linking
    • 76. 5. Viewing the CrossMark Logo On HTML article landing pages In PDF articles
    • 77. How much does all this cost?
    • 78. Best Practices ’
    • 79. What is the recommended format for displaying CrossRef DOIs? http://dx.doi.org/10.5703/12882843l4959 f. More Information: http://www.crossref.org/02publishers/doi_display_guidelines.html
    • 80. What’s in it for publishers?
    • 81. Thank you! cmeyer@crossref.org
    • 82. cmeyer@crossref.org http://www.crossref.org/05researchers/index.html