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This presentation about the JournalTOCs project was given at the 2009 EUROCRIS is St Andrews in November 2009. JournalTOCs is a JISC funded rapid innovation project.

This presentation about the JournalTOCs project was given at the 2009 EUROCRIS is St Andrews in November 2009. JournalTOCs is a JISC funded rapid innovation project.

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    • JournalTOCs Lisa Rogers, Santy Chumbe & Roger Rist Institute for Computer Based Learning - Heriot-Watt University
    • Background
      • 6 months JISC Rapid Innovation Project
      • Allows searching of the latest Tables of Contents of over 12,000 journals from over 420 publishers.
      • Content in JournalTOCs collected using ticTOCs Data Set.
      • Developing a freely available API. http:// www.journaltocs.hw.ac.uk/api /
    • API Methods
      • Journal
      • http:// www.journaltocs.hw.ac.uk/api/journals
      • Articles
      • http:// www.journaltocs.hw.ac.uk/api/articles
      • MyTOCS
      • http:// www.journaltocs.hw.ac.uk/api/emailAddress
      • Registered Institution
      • http:// www.journaltocs.hw.ac.uk/api/applicationID
    • Journals Examples
      • List of Journals whose titles contain keywords i.e. learning technology
      • http:// www.journaltocs.hw.ac.uk/api /journals/learning technology
      • List of latest articles from a journal given the ISSN i.e. 0906-4710
      • http:// www.journaltocs.hw.ac.uk/api /journals/0906-4710
    • Articles Examples
      • Find recent articles published by an Institution i.e. Heriot-Watt University
      • http:// www.journaltocs.hw.ac.uk/api /articles/“Heriot Watt University”
      • Find recent articles published by an author i.e Dorothy Bishop
      • http:// www.journaltocs.hw.ac.uk/api /articles/ Dorothy+Bishop
    • MyTOCs Examples
      • List of Journals selected by a user i.e. Roddy MacLeod http:// www.journaltocs.hw.ac.uk/api / [email_address]
    • Institution Example
      • Searches across articles that Heriot-Watt University has a subscription to http:// www.journaltocs.hw.ac.uk/api / HeriotWatt /corrosion
    • Results Format
      • RSS 1.0 with:
        • Dublin Core Module
        • PRISM Module
        • Content Module
        • Based on RSS
        • Recommendations
        • from ticTOCs project
        • + <dc:contributor>
        • for affiliation
    • Monitoring Journals
    • Use Case 1
      • Identifying new content for IRs
        • Query by name of institution/author list
        • Returns a list of articles
      • What to do with the results?
        • Could use the list to find the authors and ask to manually deposit
        • Create a new (draft) entry in repository.
    • Use Case 2
      • Metadata Enhancement (i.e. to check/update published status)
        • Query by title/keywords/author etc.
        • Returns an article/list of possible matches
      • What to do with the results?
        • Manually check article to see if correct
        • Correct/update metadata manually
        • Automatically update entry?
    • Other Use Cases
      • Add RSS Feeds to your library catalogue.
      • Researcher Current awareness: Keep up-to-date with articles containing particular keywords.
      • Show others journals that you follow.
      • Embed localised search results into library website. (Demo) http:// www.icbl.hw.ac.uk /library/
    • Issues
      • We are reliant on publishers providing author affiliation.
      • Rely on publishers providing structured metadata in their RSS Feeds.
      • Discrimination: How to deal with authors with the same name.
    • Contact
      • Lisa Rogers
        • [email_address]
        • @lisajrogers on twitter
      • Santiago Chumbe
        • [email_address]
        • @santychumbe on twitter