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XML markup in prospective publishing, or how to be at the same time innovative and cost efficient?
XML markup in prospective publishing, or how to be at the same time innovative and cost efficient?
XML markup in prospective publishing, or how to be at the same time innovative and cost efficient?
XML markup in prospective publishing, or how to be at the same time innovative and cost efficient?
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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”
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    1. XML markup in prospective publishing Teodor Georgiev & Lyubomir Penev Pensoft Publishers info @ pensoft.net Workpackage 6 Scholarly publishing ViBRANT Virtual Biodiversity
    2. Who we are & what we do of 5
    3. What we will do in ViBRANT ( how to extract more value from the source ?) <ul><li>The four stages of the XML-based editorial workflow and the ViBRANT Challenges: </li></ul><ul><li>S UBMISSION – tagged or non-tagged manuscripts? – we have a tool to mark up untagged manuscripts; we have to create authoring tools that will facilitate creating and submission of manuscripts in XML </li></ul><ul><li>PEER-REVIEW AND EDITORIAL PROCESS – we shall develop a system that will provide online open peer-review ; all stages, from submission, to publication and dissemination wil l be XML-based </li></ul><ul><li>PUBLICATION – the publication will follow the “article-of-the future” model and will be enriched with increasing number of semantic enhancements, external and internal linking, ontologies </li></ul><ul><li>DISSEMINATION and USE – l ink yourself or perish! Dissemination becomes at least as important as publication; professional and efficient dissemination is possible nowadays only though (1) XML and RDF-based technologies , and (2) the open access model </li></ul> of 5
    4. Four stages of an XML-based publication and dissemination workflow bn Manuscripts generated from Scratchpads & other databases GBIF IPT-generated manuscripts from metadata descriptions PENSOFT MARK UP TOOL (PMT), InDesign layout Manuscripts generated through HTMLonline forms Marked up final publication in PDF, HTML and XML formats Post-publication mark up of legacy literature Manuscripts marked up with MS Word & Open Office plugins Upfront pre-submission mark up (tagged manuscripts) Non-tagged manuscripts Legacy publications PDF, HTML, OCR Scans PLAZI’s GOLDEN GATE (GG) Marked up publication and treatments in HTML and XML formats Mark up integrated simultaneously with the peer-review, editorial and publication process ISI, Zoological Record Indexing (GBIF, GNA, etc.) Aggregators (EOL, WIKI, etc.) Dissemination, archiving, indexing, harvesting PubMedCentral & other archives
    5. How we are doing it <ul><li>In a close cooperation with ViBRANT partners and Plazi test and improve a published version of TaxPub, that will serve as interoperability format and also link to TaxonX and TaXMLit </li></ul><ul><li>Elaborate a clear conceptual model of the open peer-review editorial workflow </li></ul><ul><li>Develop, test and implement the workflow as a routine process in the Biodiversity Data Journal and make it applicable to other journals </li></ul><ul><li>Promote the idea and concept through the biodiversity community and publishers </li></ul> of 5
    6. Who are our users & how will they engage? Usage Engag e ment Metrics <ul><li>Answered in the previous presentations of WP6 </li></ul> of 5

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