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Best practices for presentation of e journals part 2
Best practices for presentation of e journals part 2
Best practices for presentation of e journals part 2
Best practices for presentation of e journals part 2
Best practices for presentation of e journals part 2
Best practices for presentation of e journals part 2
Best practices for presentation of e journals part 2
Best practices for presentation of e journals part 2
Best practices for presentation of e journals part 2
Best practices for presentation of e journals part 2
Best practices for presentation of e journals part 2
Best practices for presentation of e journals part 2
Best practices for presentation of e journals part 2
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Best practices for presentation of e journals part 2

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  • 1. HARRASSOWITZ Booksellers & Subscription AgentsKatharina Klemperer (kklemperer@harrassowitz.de) Charleston, Nov. 4, 2011 1
  • 2. What are the recommended best practices?Overview and scopeRecommendationsExamplesNext stepsHow to become involved?Resources 2
  • 3. Overview and scope Guidance to e-journal publishers and providers to ensure that e-journal content can be reliably discovered, cited, and accessed by users over time Short and simple Minimize library jargon Benefits to all parties involved in scholarly pursuits: researchers, authors, librarians, online providers, publishers, and other intermediaries 3
  • 4. But the following are not includedContinuously updated resources(databases, looseleaf services,many reference works)Website design (except as relatedto presentation and identification)Overall publishing guidelines 4
  • 5. The recommendations Journal Title and Citation Information Title Changes and Title History ISSN Enumeration and Chronology Systems Publication Information Access to Content Preservation of Content Digitized from Print 5
  • 6. Appendices – supporting andenlightening the recommendationsGlossaryISSNDetermining titleDOI and Cross-refReferences (recommended reading)Examples of good practice 6
  • 7. Examples of good practice 7
  • 8. Use title under which content was originally published 8
  • 9. Provide complete title history, with dates, enum. and ISSN’s 9
  • 10. Provide “journal information” page with vital facts 10
  • 11. Next steps (NISO procedures) Completion of documentation 45 day public review period Resolution of comments (by working group) Approval of revisions by working group Approval of best practices document by NISO business information topic committee Publication on NISO website Formation of standing committee to encourage adoption in the community, also to review after 1.5 or 2 years 11
  • 12. How to get involved? Publishers and online providers: adopt the best practices! Libraries: encourage your online providers to adopt! Anyone: participate in the public review of the best practices Anyone: volunteer to join the standing committee and spread the word. 12
  • 13. Resources PIE-J workroom:http://www.niso.org/workrooms/piejFurther information about the best practices. PIE-J information mailing list:http://www.niso.org/lists/piejinfoFor notifications about progress through theapproval process. 13

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