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WP6 Overview: From prototypes to industry standards: Markup, semantic enhancements and automated dissemination of content from the viewpoint of a biodiversity publisher
WP6 Overview: From prototypes to industry standards: Markup, semantic enhancements and automated dissemination of content from the viewpoint of a biodiversity publisher
WP6 Overview: From prototypes to industry standards: Markup, semantic enhancements and automated dissemination of content from the viewpoint of a biodiversity publisher
WP6 Overview: From prototypes to industry standards: Markup, semantic enhancements and automated dissemination of content from the viewpoint of a biodiversity publisher
WP6 Overview: From prototypes to industry standards: Markup, semantic enhancements and automated dissemination of content from the viewpoint of a biodiversity publisher
WP6 Overview: From prototypes to industry standards: Markup, semantic enhancements and automated dissemination of content from the viewpoint of a biodiversity publisher
WP6 Overview: From prototypes to industry standards: Markup, semantic enhancements and automated dissemination of content from the viewpoint of a biodiversity publisher
WP6 Overview: From prototypes to industry standards: Markup, semantic enhancements and automated dissemination of content from the viewpoint of a biodiversity publisher
WP6 Overview: From prototypes to industry standards: Markup, semantic enhancements and automated dissemination of content from the viewpoint of a biodiversity publisher
WP6 Overview: From prototypes to industry standards: Markup, semantic enhancements and automated dissemination of content from the viewpoint of a biodiversity publisher
WP6 Overview: From prototypes to industry standards: Markup, semantic enhancements and automated dissemination of content from the viewpoint of a biodiversity publisher
WP6 Overview: From prototypes to industry standards: Markup, semantic enhancements and automated dissemination of content from the viewpoint of a biodiversity publisher
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WP6 Overview: From prototypes to industry standards: Markup, semantic enhancements and automated dissemination of content from the viewpoint of a biodiversity publisher

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  • “ To set up the means, tools and infrastructure to produce a more rational and a more effective framework for European Biodiversity research”
  • “ To set up the means, tools and infrastructure to produce a more rational and a more effective framework for European Biodiversity research”
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    • 1. From prototypes to industry standards: Markup, semantic enhancements and automated dissemination of content from the viewpoint of a biodiversity publisher Lyubomir Penev Pensoft Publishers info @ pensoft.net Workpackage 6 Scholarly publishing ViBRANT Virtual Biodiversity
    • 2. Who we are & what we do (and why we are in ViBRANT?)
      • Pensoft Publishers is a private independent enterprise (SME)
      • Launched in 1992: more than 650 books published, 85 % in English, mostly in biodiversity science and natural history, for authors from all around the world
      • Operates from two offices, in Sofia and Moscow, 12 employes
      • Launched its first open access journal ZooKeys (in zoological taxonomy) in July 2008; untill now, ZooKeys published 75 issues and more than 15,000 pages; with 42 issues published in 2010 ZooKeys became a weekly journal!
      • CrossRef member, ISI and Scopus covered , indexed in Zoological Record, DOAJ, CABI Abstracts, Google Scholar; the first taxonomy journal approved for archiving in PubMedCentral ; Impact Factor 1.133 in the 3rd year of existence
      • TRIADA – Pensoft’s digital publishing platform launched in November 2010 ( www.pensoft.net )
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    • 5. Semantic enhancements to published texts
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    • 8. So, we have already that... of 5 But need to this......
    • 9. Persistent Identifiers Open Journal System Submission Acceptance Revision Peer Review Publication DoI Distributed Metadata Catalogues Metadata Authors GBIF Metadata Repository Biodiversity Data Journal The GBIF perspective Registry GBRDS
    • 10. What we will do in ViBRANT
      • Establish an automated publication workflow (“ push-button submission ”) of taxon descriptions from Scratchpads to ZooKeys and PhytoKeys ;
      • Establish a similar automated publication workflow of data paper manuscripts from GBIF
      • Develop and implement a platform for online open peer review and editorial process
      • Implement the workflows through the a newly established, open-access , next-generation journal - Biodiversity Data Journal
      • Review and implement various semantic Web enhancements to taxonomic papers (e. g., data publication, cross-linking, data integration between papers, facilitated automated discovery, indexing and aggregation, online mapping, and others).
      • Develope tools for automated dissemination of the published information automatically to biodiversity indexers and aggregators (EOL, FBIF, Plazi, ZooBank, IPNI, and many others)
      • Work with other publishers (especially society and museum journals) to promote and implement innovative publishing methods and tools
      • Last but not least, explore and implement the Wiki environment as publishing and dissemination tool
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    • 11. Interdependencies with other WPs and partners
      • Testing and development of a published version of the TaxPub XML Schema – the basis for the XML-based publication workflow; ensure compliance of TaxPub with Scratchpads and GBIF inputs and with dissemination outputs; ensure compliance with TaxonX and TaXMLit to provide standard outputs for end users (e.g., taxon treatments) (YEAR 1st) (NHM, GBIF, OU, KIT, JKI, WP4, WP8, ext.: Plazi)
      • Creating and implementing tools to provide a complete XML-based workflow , from submission, through online open peer review and editorial process, to publishing and automated dissemination (YEAR 2nd) (NHM, GBIF, KIT, OU; ext.: EOL, Plazi, Zoobank, Zoological Record, IPNI, Mycobank, Wikispecies, Wikimedia Commons, etc.)
      • Application of the workflow in the Biodiversity Data Journal and make it compliant to other journals (YEAR 3rd) (NHM, GBIF, WP5 (API design), WP8, etc.)
      • Promotion and outreach of what we do (WP3)
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    • 12. Who are our users & how will they engage?
      • Taxonomists as authors of mansucripts submitted via the Scratchpads , GBIF or other networks
      • Ecologists, conservationists, decision makers, all interested readers and end users of the published information
      • Bibliographic databases and archives (BHL, PubMedCentral and other)
      • Content management platform for indexing and aggregating biodiversity information (GBIF, EOL, Plazi, Wiki-environment, etc.)
      • Electronic registers of nomenclatural acts (IPNI, Mycobank, ZooBank)
      • End users of unforeseen range and scope – conservationosts, ecologists, NGOs, policy makers, governmental organisations)
      • Small-scale taxonomy publishers (e.g., society or museum journals)
      of 5 Usage e ngag e ment m etrics Website visits, & downloads Number of mansucripts submitted and published Number of datasets submitted and published Creating new jobs after ViBRANT and market progress

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