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5. Your Crossref questions answered

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5. Your Crossref questions answered

  1. 1. #hashtag @CrossrefOrg Crossref, your questions answered (well, some of ‘em anyway) Crossref LIVE Oakland @CrossrefOrg #CRLIVEOakland
  2. 2. Question: So, uh, what’s new?
  3. 3. Participation Reports
  4. 4. https://www.crossref.org/members/prep/
  5. 5. Where is the full text? What can I do with it? Is it in the iThenticate database?
  6. 6. Metadata Manager
  7. 7. Relationships Between Items
  8. 8. Grant IDs
  9. 9. Question: What are the Pain Points for publishers working with Crossref
  10. 10. Small Publishers ● What is a DOI? Can I buy a batch of DOIs? How do I make a DOI suffix? ● XML?! ● Manual metadata deposits via our helper tools ● Self-hosting OJS and implementing the DOI registration plugin ● Switching between self-publishing and contracting with a larger publisher to register content on their behalf, or vice versa
  11. 11. Mid-sized Publishers ● What metadata is my Vendor sending in for me? ● Workflow for initial registration is fine, but updating metadata over time is complicated ● Core bibliographic metadata is easy, but ancillary metadata (references, funding, licenses, etc.) is harder ● Negotiating title transfers, especially determining who will be responsible to maintain the backfile ● Workflow for journal content is well established; not always obvious how to register books, conference papers, etc.
  12. 12. Large Publishers ● Fixing problems is much harder at scale ● Some of our processes (title transfers, multiple resolution, co-access) require that publishers coordinate with one another. This can be difficult for very large organizations. ● The limits of the DOI Handle system and Crossref inspire some “creative” workarounds ● Communications lag between editorial and production teams can make for metadata errors or unregistered content ● Non-registered DOIs for recently transferred/acquired titles
  13. 13. Question: What are metadata users asking for?
  14. 14. Accurate Metadata ● Authors often catch name misspellings and other typos ● Mixups between print publication date and online publication date ● Inaccurate first page numbers ● Affiliations deposited incorrectly as group-authors ● Titles, Suffixes, or Credentials in author name tags ● Cited-by counts don’t quite meet expectations
  15. 15. Thorough Metadata ● Both publication dates (online and print) when both are available ● Page numbers, especially first page number ● Volume and Issue Numbers ● All co-authors, not just first author ● Updated resolution URLs, no broken links!
  16. 16. Even More Metadata ● Abstracts! [This is the #1 thing we get asked for] ● References ● ORCIDs ● Licenses, especially embargo dates and <free_to_read> tag when applicable
  17. 17. Question: What’s next for Crossref?
  18. 18. ● API Stability Enhancements ● Building out Metadata Manager ● Conference Proceedings and Books ● Bulk .csv updates for funding metadata, license URLs, and Similarity Check URLs ● Title Transfer Permissions ● Collaboration with OJS to improve Crossref integration plugin
  19. 19. #hashtag @CrossrefOrg Thanks Shayn Smulyan Technical Support Specialist support@crossref.org @CrossrefSupport

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