On your marks!
The OAPEN - CrossMark pilot
Rachael Lammey, CrossRef
Michiel Thijssen, BRILL
July 2nd 2013, London (UK)
JIS...
CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen
CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen
CrossMark
Content changes
When it does, readers need to know
this
CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen
CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen
CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen
For publishers…
• Monographs, as the carriers of knowledge in
H&SS, are too precious not to protect: secure
investment
• O...
Inform readers explicitly
• Perceived value is influenced by free access to the
content
=> What publication history & is i...
CrossMark should…
• Provide a stamp of approval, creating confidence
• Support, not harm OA publishing activities
• Be eas...
CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen
CrossMark additional data
• Article DOI - persistent
• Authors’ ORCID
• Copyright and License
• Publication history: recei...
Implement
CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen
PDFs with CrossMark logo
• ‘Joost van den Vondel’
• ‘Coping with the Gods’
CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen
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  • CrossMark is a service launched by CrossRef in April 2012. My part of today’s presentation will explain what CrossMark is and it’s two main functions: providing assurance of the current status of the work you are looking at, and providing important extra metadata for readers, no matter where they are accessing the book.
  • To speak about the first aspect of CrossMark, many things can happen to content after it has been published. It can be corrected, enhanced, retracted or even withdrawn, and of course it’s the publisher’s responsibility to apply these corrections and updates to the literature that they publish – they have a role in providing ongoing maintenance and stewardship of content and also the dissemination of these updates. Problem of multiple versions of a book existing and how to disseminate updates to PDFs.
  • Simple examples from AUP and Palgrave. Here’s an example on a test paper we’ve created. If a reader clicks on the CrossMark logo they see: Current Status. And if they click on the Record tab they can see useful extra metadata on the publication (funding info through FundRef). This stays with the article wherever it is located and can be updated centrally by publishers just by updating their CrossRef DOI deposit. Had over 100,000 CrossMark deposits.
  • Strand 2: On your marks! The OAPEN and CrossMark Pilot by Rachael Lammey, CrossRef and Michiel Thijssen, Brill

    1. 1. On your marks! The OAPEN - CrossMark pilot Rachael Lammey, CrossRef Michiel Thijssen, BRILL July 2nd 2013, London (UK) JISC Collections / OAPEN Conference Open Access Monographs in the Humanities and Social Sciences CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen
    2. 2. CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen
    3. 3. CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen CrossMark Content changes When it does, readers need to know
    4. 4. this
    5. 5. CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen
    6. 6. CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen
    7. 7. CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen
    8. 8. For publishers… • Monographs, as the carriers of knowledge in H&SS, are too precious not to protect: secure investment • OA e-books come alongside for-sale printed version AND: • Version of Record is the one at the publisher’s site which is the one that should be referred to • Driving usage to own content platform is key, also for additional sales, e.g. PoD paperback CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen
    9. 9. Inform readers explicitly • Perceived value is influenced by free access to the content => What publication history & is it peer reviewed? • OA promotes re-use beyond the publisher’s control while the version of record may alter: erratum, updates, enhancements, new editions, … Is this the publisher’s approved and latest version? • OA requires clear information about user rights CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen
    10. 10. CrossMark should… • Provide a stamp of approval, creating confidence • Support, not harm OA publishing activities • Be easy to implement • … And it is! CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen
    11. 11. CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen
    12. 12. CrossMark additional data • Article DOI - persistent • Authors’ ORCID • Copyright and License • Publication history: received, accepted, published • Peer review process • Research grants • Links to research information • OA publication fee (?) CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen
    13. 13. Implement CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen
    14. 14. PDFs with CrossMark logo • ‘Joost van den Vondel’ • ‘Coping with the Gods’ CC-BY / © Michiel Thijssen

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