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CrossRef Overview and Initiatives, Copenhagen, June 2013

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CrossRef Overview and Initiatives, Copenhagen, June 2013

  1. 1. CrossRef Overview and InitiativesRachael LammeyProduct ManagerDenmark on the Road to Best Practice in Scholarly PublishingJune 2013
  2. 2. • Association of scholarly publishers– 1500 Members– Representing 4000 publishers• 1700 Library Affiliates who can query system for DOIs and metadata• DOI Registration Agency for Scholarly Publications (mostly in Englishlanguage)• Over 60 million DOIs assigned
  3. 3. • Provides services publisherscannot accomplish alone - theyrequire collaboration• 16-member international boardof directors from membership• Many types of publishers:Commercial, societies, non-profits, university presses, OpenAccess publishers -66% non-profit• All subjects: STM, humanities,social science, professionalMore about CrossRef
  4. 4. ?Why do publishers join? To get persistent identifiers for their content To drive more traffic to their content To turn references into hyperlinks To pull in cited-by links (who cites this?) Participate in other collaborative services(CrossCheck, CrossMark)
  5. 5. Photo: `R4cH3L on Flickr
  6. 6. User clicks onCrossRef DOIreference link inJournal AGuo W, Wang ZY, Wang YL, Zhang ZP, Gui JF. Isolation andcharacterization of six microsatellite markers in the large yellow croaker(Pseucosciaena crocea Richardson). Mol Ecol Notes, 2005, 5(2): 369–371.[CrossRef]DOIdirectoryreturns URLUser accessescited article inJournal B
  7. 7. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14041040500504392=
  8. 8. "CrossRefs goal is to be a trustedcollaborative organization with broadcommunity connections; authoritative andinnovative in support of a persistent,sustainable infrastructure for scholarlycommunication."
  9. 9. Services• Cross-publisherreference linking• Cross-publisherCited-by linking• Cross-publishermetadata feeds toCMS Affiliates• Cross-publisherplagiarism screening• Cross-publisherupdate service• Cross-publisherfunder identificationPowered byiThenticate
  10. 10. http://dx.doi.org/ + DOI = persistent URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/727539
  11. 11. 60,666,704 content items with DOIsJournalsBooksConference proceedings
  12. 12. 90,000,000
  13. 13. Prefix: Assigned to members Format is 10.XXXX (or 10.XXXXX) Identifies who initially created theDOI Prefix does not identify thecurrent owner of the DOISuffix: Unique within a prefix –a DOI can only beassigned to one item Consistent Logical Easily documented Readily implementedAssigning DOIs to your content
  14. 14. Response page must include: bibliographic information about the item means to access full text the DOIDOI Display guidelines!http://www.crossref.org/02publishers/doi_display_guidelines.htmlCrossRef DOIs should always be displayed as permanent URLs in theonline environment.YES: http://dx.doi.org/10.5555/imadoiNO: doi: 10.5555/imadoiPublish
  15. 15. DOIs are required on the response page, recommended on other pages: Tables of contents Abstracts Full text HTML and PDF articles and other scholarly documents Citation downloads to reference management systems Metadata feeds to third parties “How to Cite This” instructions on content pages Social networking links Anywhere users are directed to a permanent, stable, or persistentlink to content.
  16. 16. #1 Send us your depositDeposit Processxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxdoisubmissionsubmissionxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxdoisubmissionsubmission<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>…<timestamp>200706181120</timestamp>…<journal><journal_metadata><full_title>American Journal of Meetings</full_title><abbrev_title>Am J Meet</abbrev_title><issn media_type=print>4445-6767</issn></journal_metadata><journal_issue><publication_date media_type=print><month>5</month><day>5</day><year>2001</year></publication_date><journal_volume><volume>33</volume></journal_volume><issue>1</issue></journal_issue><journal_article publication_type=full_text><titles> <title>Lets have a meeting</title></titles><contributors><person_name sequence=first contributor_role=author><given_name>Bob</given_name><surname>Surname</surname></person_name><publication_date media_type=print><month>5</month> <day>9</day> <year>2001</year></publication_date><pages><first_page>100</first_page><last_page>200</last_page></pages><doi_data><doi>10.50505/test_200704082300</doi><resource>http://www.crossref.org/sampleurl</resource></doi_data>…
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  19. 19. DepositinterfacesThe vast majority oftransactions are made via amachine interfacePublic interface:Web deposit form:http://www.crossref.org/webDeposit/System interface:http://doi.crossref.orgHTTP
  20. 20. Web deposit
  21. 21. PDF ReferenceExtraction
  22. 22. CrossRef MetadataSearch
  23. 23. CrossRef Cited-By LinkingWho’s Citing You?Discover how yourpublications are beingcited and incorporateDOI links to the citingcontent into your onlinepublication.
  24. 24. • 283 Members• 305,917,275 Cited-By Links• 23,243,270 DOIs with Cited-By Links• 18,116,258 Documents withReferencesWho’s Citing You?
  25. 25. Plagiarism Detection
  26. 26. 473 publishersOver 37 million content items indexed86,760 titles80,000+ manuscripts checked each month
  27. 27. A logo that identifies a publisher-maintained copyof a piece of contentClicking the logo tells youWhether there have been any updatesIf this instance is being maintained by thepublisherWhere the publisher-maintained version isOther important publication record informationWhat is CrossMark?
  28. 28. • 60,000 CrossMark records450+ corrections• 6000 “hits” on 1500 uniquerecordsStatistics
  29. 29. Where to find help: Help documentation: http://help.crossref.org CrossRef support: email support@crossref.org or visithttp://support.crossref.org Webinars: http://www.crossref.org/01company/webinars.htmlStaying up to date: Announcements forum:http://support.crossref.org/forums/147622-announcementssubscribe via RSS or email CrossRef Quarterly: CrossRef newsletter CrossRef Blog CrossTech Blog Fees:
  30. 30. Photo by Joi Ito
  31. 31. 38membership• Represents 70+ countries• Linking five centuries ofcontent
  32. 32. 49•Links deliver theuser to thepublisher’s frontdoor.is a “business-model neutral”Photo: Tawheed Manzoor
  33. 33. Rachael Lammeyrlammey@crossref.orghttp://www.crossref.org

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