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.
HIRMEOS in a nutshell
Upgrade 5 open access books publishing platforms to
5 added value services :
1. Identification services : DOI, ORCID, Fundref
2. Entities recognition services : persons, places,
3. Certification Service : connection with DOAB
4. Open Annotation Service : Hypothes.is
5. Metrics : Open Access metrics, alternative metrics
• Ubiquity will offer a CDN to deliver html, pdf,
• Inclusion of DOIs in HTML page header for
• Annotation as one of the metrics in the next
OA Metrics : based on DOIs : aggregate usage
metrics from several platforms
Alternative metrics : based on DOIs. Modular
structure based on drivers. Planned :
EventData, Twitter, Facebook, Hypothes.is,
Delivered as a single service through an API