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Crossref Community Webinar - Asia Pacific 12-14-2016

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Hello, we recently asked our members in Asia Pacific which subjects they’d most like to hear about, and you chose:

* DOI Display guidelines: Ed Pentz, Executive Director, will talk through our new recommendations and show examples of both good and not-so-good practices.

* New metadata deposit tool: Jennifer Lin, Product Director, will share details (and a sneak preview) of the new Crossref tool for publishers to manually register and update content

* How to distribute your references: Ed Pentz, Executive Director, will describe why and how publishers might share references using Crossref.

We look forward to talking.

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Crossref Community Webinar - Asia Pacific 12-14-2016

  1. 1. Introduction to Crossref History Mission Members
  2. 2. Our truths • Smart alone, brilliant together • If you publish, you’re a publisher • One member, one vote • Love metadata, love technology • Politic, not political • Here today, here tomorrow
  3. 3. About us • Founded in 2000 with 12 publishers • Not for profit membership organization • 30 staff based in Oxford, UK and Boston, USA • outreach, tech, development, product, operations • Publishers, libraries, sponsors, affiliated organizations, researchers, all use our services.
  4. 4. Governance and Committees • 16 member board, cross section of international publishers • one member, one vote, including publishers represented by a sponsor - each of you has a vote • Board elections each November • Advisory Groups and Committees
  5. 5. Board members Chair - Bernard Rous, ACM Treasurer - Gerry Grenier, IEEE Jason Wilde, AIP Publishing Jasper Simons, APA Helen King, BMJ Mark Patterson, eLIFE Chris Shillum, Elsevier Paul Peters, Hindawi Ian Banerman, Informa UK James Walker, IOP Publishing John Shaw, SAGE Wim van der Stelt, Springer Nature Eleonora Dagiene, VGTU Press Eric Merkel-Sobotta, Walter de Gruyter Peter Marney, John Wiley & Sons Helen Zhang, Zhejiang University Press
  6. 6. Crossref overview • 5500 publisher members • Metadata store of over 85 million scholarly content items • Persistent citation linking • Funder identifiers • Report and display corrections & retractions • Check manuscripts for similarities • Data about content activity e.g. social, dataset links • Open Metadata API & Search
  7. 7. Crossref isn’t the only DOI Registration Agency
  8. 8. Who uses Crossref? • Publishing vendors • Peer review systems • Reference manager systems • Lab & diagnostics suppliers • Info management systems • Educational tools • Data analytics systems • Literature discovery services • Registration Agencies • Funders • Institutions • Archives & repositories • Research councils • Data centres • Professional networks • Patent offices • Indexing services
  9. 9. Crossref Members and Affiliates by Year 0 400 800 1200 1600 2000 - 2016 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1538 1457 1172 774 712 598 428 370359351332326 376 201 123 4254
  10. 10. New Members YTD 2016 0 200 400 600 800 Sponsors Affiliates Libs Sponsored Pubs Pubs Rep Members 684 714 6562 74
  11. 11. Crossref Membership excluding US and Europe Turkey 513 Japan 853 India 252 So. Korea 1467 Russia 327 Indonesia 176 Brazil 578
  12. 12. 85,000,000 content items
  13. 13. • Journals • Books • Conference proceedings • Standards • Technical reports • Working Papers • Theses and dissertations • Components (figures, tables) • Datasets (supplementary data) • Preprints - newest!
  14. 14. What are we up to? • We rebranded • More in-person events • Strengthening links with broader community • Accelerating development • Building new website • Launched new help website • Outreach & marketing teams established
  15. 15. New Linked Clinical Trials CrossMark redesign ORCID Auto-Update Posted content
  16. 16. Soon Early Content Registration Event Data New website Participation reports
  17. 17. Questions?
  18. 18. Crossref DOI display guidelines • Crossref will be updating its DOI Display Guidelines. This is a big deal. We last made a change in 2011 so it’s not something that happens often or that we take lightly. • Old format was http://dx.doi.org/ • In short, the changes are to drop “dx” from DOI links and to use “https:” rather than “http:”. An example of the new best practice in displaying a Crossref DOI link is: https://doi.org/10.1629/22161
  19. 19. Crossref DOIs appear in references on the web page
  20. 20. New DOI display guidelines • Always make the DOI a full link – https://doi.org/ 10.1006/jmbi.1995.0238 – even when it’s on the abstract or full text page of the content that the DOI identifies – and use “https://doi.org/”. • http://blog.crossref.org/2016/09/new-crossref-doi- display-guidelines.html
  21. 21. New DOI display guidelines • Effective March 2017 • For content going forward - you do not need to change already published content • http://dx.doi.org/ will continue to work and will be supported forever
  22. 22. Questions?
  23. 23. • Search, filter, facet, sample Crossref metadata • Free to use • Do whatever you want with the data • Code publicly available: http://github.com/CrossRef
  24. 24. Titles, authors, ISSNs, ISBNs Basic metadata Journal articles, conference proceedings, data, standards Funding Information Funder identifiers, award numbers License Information License URIs (NISO ALI) Full-text locations URIs direct to full-text articles (used in TDM) ORCIDs Significant updates Retractions, corrections Publishers Crossref
  25. 25. What are people doing with it? • Search services (including Crossref’s funding and metadata searches) • Bibliography / PDF library management tools • Reporting on funding activities, publishing • activities, author activities • Ingest of scholarly metadata (OAI-PMH replacement) and metadata lookup • Locating full-texts for content mining
  26. 26. api.crossref.org
  27. 27. What’s in store for 2017? • Save the date: Crossref LIVE17, Singapore, 14-15th November 2017 • Specific webinars: Crossmark, Similarity Check, Preprints
  28. 28. Presenter Name Presenter Title @twittername Metadata Deposit Tool A new web-based member application for manual deposits & updates to metadata records: ● streamlined, end-to-end deposit workflow ● flexibly supports single & multiple deposits ● informative inline help to facilitate successful deposits ● easy corrections to non-successful deposits Planned launch of Q2. Contact us (feedback@crossref.org) to participate in beta (Q1 end).

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