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Crossref webinar: Laura Wilkinson - Where does publisher metadata go and how is it used? 9-11-18

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Online discovery portals are providing information about your content to researchers and linking to your site via Crossref. A richer record can result in significantly more traffic from places you weren’t expecting.

Learn about where publisher metadata goes, how it is used, and the importance of depositing rich metadata in making the most of these downstream services.

Our speakers include Stephanie Dawson of ScienceOpen; Pierre Mounier of OPERAS, OpenEdition, and the HIRMEOS project; and Laura J. Wilkinson and Anna Tolwinska of Crossref.

Webinar held on: September 11, 2018

Published in: Technology
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Crossref webinar: Laura Wilkinson - Where does publisher metadata go and how is it used? 9-11-18

  1. 1. Where does publisher metadata go and how is it used?
  2. 2. Presenters ●  Stephanie Dawson - Managing Director, ScienceOpen ●  Pierre Mounier - Coordinator, OPERAS; Associate Director for international development, OpenEdition; Scientific coordinator of H2020 HIRMEOS project ●  Laura J. Wilkinson - Education Manager, Crossref ●  Anna Tolwinska - Member Experience Manager, Crossref ●  Shayn Smulyan - Product Support Associate, Crossref
  3. 3. Where does publisher metadata go and how is it used? ●  Welcome ●  Look what you can do with metadata! ●  Richer records lead to more traffic, and from places you weren’t expecting ●  How to make this happen? Content registration ●  Participation Reports show you how you’re getting on ●  How to improve your metadata richness (summary)
  4. 4. Ways to deposit metadata (content registration) ●  Manual web deposit form https://apps.crossref.org/webdeposit ●  NEW: Metadata Manager - beta now live! https://www.crossref.org/metadatamanager/ ●  OJS Crossref plugin ●  Upload XML file manually https://doi.crossref.org ●  Using HTTPS to POST XML via API
  5. 5. Deposit, add, and update ●  Basic citation metadata: titles, author names, author affiliations, ORCID iDs, publication dates, issue numbers, page numbers, ISSNs, ISBNs... ●  Non-bibliographic metadata: reference lists, funding data, license data, clinical trial information, abstracts, relationships... ●  Crossmark: errata, retractions, updates and more ●  Accurate, clean, complete ●  Love your backfiles
  6. 6. Summary ●  Look what you can do with metadata! ●  Richer records lead to... ●  Content registration - 5 ways ●  Participation Reports ●  How to improve your metadata richness
  7. 7. Verify records are valid & accurate Fill metadata gaps Match & link citations Collect related research objects Aggregate & integrate content Search & discover Measure, report & apply metrics Manuscript tracking Hosting
 content Bibliographic
 management Library
 discovery Author
 profiling Metrics and
 analytics Collaborative authoring
 and reading Annotation Recommendations Specialist subject
 databases Scholarly sharing
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