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Springer Reference

  1. 1. Jennifer KempWouter van der Velde
  2. 2. 2Springer References are heavily used! Average Chapter Downloads 2010 by Title and Book Type MRW (N=118) 5,969 Textbook (N=1,681) 2,191 Reference Work (N=844) 2,071 Proceedings (N=4,842) 1,523 Professional book (N=1,801) 1,318 Average (N=22,026) 1,292 Monograph/Contributed volume 973 (N=11,598) (Only major categories are shown; Reference Works include Encyclopedia, Handbooks, and Reference Works; data adjusted for abnormal usage spikes due to massive downloading)
  3. 3. 3What is…SpringerReference?• Database consisting of all Springer Reference Works• Reference works that are ‘in production’ – article-by-article publishing – Most up to date content – constantly updated by authors – Quality controlled by editors (peer-reviewed)
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  5. 5. 5 STM Publishing Paradigm Traditional STM SpringerReference.com Pure Wikipedia publishing model hybrid model publishing modelSpringer SpringerSpringer Editorial 1 author Springer Editorial n pre-selected authors Any n authorsappoints Board writes appoints Board write/edit write/editEditorial hand-picks 1 manuscript Editorial hand-picks m manuscripts any m manuscriptsBoard n authors Board n authors Continuous spectrum
  6. 6. 6SpringerReference.com: Figures  136 eReferences  ~ 185,000 entries / articles  ~ 169 volumes  ~ 220,000 pages  ~ 36,000 figures ~ 50,000 new entries / articles per year
  7. 7. 7The Benefits• A World-Class Collection of Living eReferences• Top Quality, Constantly Updated and Peer Reviewed• All of the Latest & Forthcoming eReferences on one Platform• All copyright years• All subject areas• No access boundaries for licensees – No DRM, no limited concurrent users• Annual subscription based on institution size
  8. 8. 8The Platform
  9. 9. 9 Home Page Leads to contact information and FAQ. Based on most downloadedLeads to individual titles. Automated, and changes with every site visit. Featured articles are available for free. Periodically updated and if needed adjusted to trends/hypes.
  10. 10. 10Browse
  11. 11. 11Article Level Here all previous versionsTurn the automatically Only registered peoplethe of can article leave comments. generated links off or on are stored for citations. Based on article connectivity Author(s) to the article. Automatically generated Inserted by the author(s) Editors of the entire Live Reference.
  12. 12. 12Search results Level of relation to the search query indicated by the following symbols:
  13. 13. 13What you see when you have no access
  14. 14. 14Who is who
  15. 15. 15Thank you! – Questions?Jennifer Kemp eProduct Manager eBooksJennifer.kemp@springer.comWouter van der Velde eProduct Manager eBookswouter.vandervelde@springer.com

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