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    Strand 2: Onix for OA Books by Graham Bell, Editeur Strand 2: Onix for OA Books by Graham Bell, Editeur Presentation Transcript

    • ONIX for OA Books Open Access Books and the Supply Chain Graham Bell EDItEUR London, 1st–2nd July 2013
    • About EDItEUR • not-for-profit membership organisation • develops, supports and promotes metadata and identification standards for the book, e-book and serials supply chains • based in London, with a global membership of publishers, distributors, wholesalers, subscription agents, retailers, libraries, system vendors, rights organizations and trade associations • acknowledged centre of expertise on standards and metadata for the industry
    • About ONIX • the key international metadata standard for the commercial book supply chain • widely used throughout North America, Europe, Japan, Russia, with early implementations in China, India and parts of the Arabic world • developed originally by the AAP, but the standard is now managed by EDItEUR • EDItEUR membership supports development
    • About ONIX • an open standard – documentation and XML tools free of charge, no fees payable for use, covered by highly-permissive licence and a transparent governance process • supports the business needs of a wide range of stakeholders through entire supply chain • two versions in current use – ONIX 2.1 and ONIX 3.0 • 2.1 is more widely deployed in UK and US • 3.0 enables richer description of e-books
    • <Contributor> <SequenceNumber>1</SequenceNumber> <ContributorRole>A01</ContributorRole> <NameIdentifier> <NameIDType>16</NameIDType> <IDValue>0000000116216947</IDValue> </NameIdentifier> <PersonNameInverted>Peach, Ceri ￿￿￿￿￿￿￿￿</PersonNameInverted> <ProfessionalAffiliation> <Affiliation>University of Oxford</Affiliation> ￿￿￿￿</ProfessionalAffiliation> </Contributor> 3.0
    • Issues for OA monographs • product identification and reporting • crediting funders • treat funders like publishers, not like authors • links to licences • could be CC, or might be a bespoke licence • free of charge products • links between e-book and print versions
    • <ProductIdentifier> <ProductIDType>15</ProductIDType> <IDValue>9780007120765</IDValue> </ProductIdentifier>
    • <Publisher> <PublishingRole>01</PublishingRole> <PublisherName>Springer</PublisherName> </Publisher> <Publisher> <PublishingRole>16</PublishingRole> <PublisherName>Wellcome Trust</PublisherName> </Publisher>
    • <SupportingResource> <ResourceContentType>99</ResourceContentType> <ContentAudience>00</ContentAudience> <ResourceMode>04</ResourceMode> <ResourceVersion> <ResourceForm>01</ResourceForm> <ResourceLink> licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en_GB</ResourceLink> </ResourceVersion> </SupportingResource> 3.0
    • <UnpricedItemType>01</UnpricedItemType>
    • <RelatedProduct> <ProductRelationCode>27</ProductRelationCode> <ProductIdentifier> <ProductIDType>15</ProductIDType> <IDValue>9780007120765</IDValue> </ProductIdentifier> </RelatedProduct>
    • Status of these changes • the small number of necessary additions described are currently ‘proposals’ • should be ratified by ONIX national groups, added to next revision of the codelists and the Implementation and Best Practice Guide • discussing potential for simple ‘OA flag’ for marketing purposes • licence link is workable, but a better option is to include with <UsageConstraints> • may be added to ONIX 3.0.2 (~January 2014)