Love and Metadata:
CrossRef at the Hub of
Scholarly
Communications
Everything is interesting for
5 minutes. After that, th...
The Hub of Scholarly Communications
Publishers
Researchers
Institutions Discovery
ServicesFunders
Libraries
Repositories
A...
♥ Bibliographic
♥ Publication Record
♥ Author
♥ Funders
♥ References
♥ Licensing
♥ Abstracts
Other License Data
FundRef
FundRef
CrossRef APIs
for machines
and integration
FundRef
CrossRef Metadata Search
Examples of CrossRef MetadataSearch by grant number
Search by CrossRef DOI
PDF
HTML
CrossMark
CrossRef Cited-by Linking
CrossCheck Plagiarism
Screening
♥ Duplicate detection
♥ Helps publishers improve
quality
♥ Made possible by, yep,
CrossRef...
FundRef
CrossRef Metadata Services provides
all metadata to third parties like…
♥ EasyBib
♥ Ex Libris
♥ Microsoft Academic...
The Hub of Scholarly Communication
Publishers
Researchers
Institutions Discovery
ServicesFunders
Libraries
Repositories
Au...
Love is a warm puppy?
<metadata>
<feeling>love
<name>Spot
<temperature>warm
<age>puppy
<color>brown
<breed>lab
<gender>neu...
Time’s Up!
About your speaker:
Name: Carol Anne Meyer
Company: CrossRef
Tel: +1 781 295 0072
Email: carolm@crossref.org
So...
Love and Metadata: CrossRef at the Hub of Scholarly Communications by Carol Anne Meyer at STM Spring Conference
Love and Metadata: CrossRef at the Hub of Scholarly Communications by Carol Anne Meyer at STM Spring Conference
Love and Metadata: CrossRef at the Hub of Scholarly Communications by Carol Anne Meyer at STM Spring Conference
Love and Metadata: CrossRef at the Hub of Scholarly Communications by Carol Anne Meyer at STM Spring Conference
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  • “because everything is interesting for 5 minutes. After that, things can get dicey.” - Bert Crenka, AS220
  • CrossRef aspires to be the hub of scholarly communication, providing services in collaboration and for the benefit of publishers, researchers,, libraries, repositories, funders, discovery services, institutions, and the public.
  • CrossRef text and datamining services are an example of license data collected from publishers and made available to researchers. This collaboration reduces the transaction costs of text and data mining. If the publisher doesn’t require additional license terms for this type of activity, it provides a single interface to access the data. If a publisher does require additional license terms, we provide a switchboard for researchers to access the click-through licenses.
  • CrossRef is involved with NISO’s working group on Open Access Metadata and Indicators, which aims to provide an article level tag indicating if and when an article will be openly available. While the guidelines have not yet been issued, many publishers are already depositing this data with CrossRef as part of their CrossMark metadata. More on that later.
  • The FundRef funder identification service from CrossRef brings together publishers, with the help of their manuscript tracking vendors, and funding agencies to associate funding bodies with the scholarly output of their expenditures. This information benefits researchers, the public, the funding bodies, and publishers. Funder names can be chosen from a standardized 6100 international funding bodies, including, but not limited to US government agencies. This is called the FundRef registry. It was donated by Elsevier, and is available to anyone for any purpose under a CC0 license waiver.
  • But you don’t have to use our web tools. You can build your own with the CrossRef APIs
  • Third parties like CHORUS, which many of you know about and are very involved in. And Share, the Shared Access Research Ecosytem. From the academic institutions and library communities.
    . (There really is no such thing as a CHORUS API, there may well be one in the future.)
  • And like ORCID. CrossRef is totally supportive of ORCID and now has? ORCIDs in our metadata. They get their because publishers collect and deposit them with us, just as they are doing for funding data. And our API allows researchers to query the CrossRef metadata database using CrossRef Metadata Search to populate their ORCID profiles. If you haven’t signed up for your own ORCID yet, I bet you can do it before my time is up. Go to ORCID.org.
  • The folks at ORCID tell us that though the CrossRef integration was one of if not THE first, it isn’t used very much. Publishers can help by encouraging authors to sign up for ORCIDs and by suggesting they use the CrossRef integration to find their publications.
  • Of course, while we’re looking at CrossRef Metadata Search, I can show you that you can search by grant number. And of course, I know you would all be disappointed if we didn’t allow you to search by CrossRef DOI. By the way, both of these records have funding data that the publisher has deposited. That’s why we are able to display the funding agency in the results lists. Of course these examples are to show you the data, but all of it is also accessible through our standard query interfaces, through our data distribution channels (CrossRef Metadata Services), and through our APIs as I mentioned.
  • As you may recall, CrossRef’s CrossMark the update identification service allows researchers to see whether an article or other scholarly document has been updated since they downloaded the PDF or saved the link.
  • All of these pieces of metadata come together on CrossMark Publication Record tab, After all, what’s the good of metadata, if you can’t show it off to your friends.
  • In order for publishers to display CrossRef Cited-by Links, they have to send us their reference metadata.
  • While not strickly speaking a metadata element, CrossCheck, our plagiarism screening service that allows publishers to detect whether submitted manuscripts are duplicates of published literature, that favorite metadata element of all, the CrossRef DOI, is what makes it possible for iThenticate to crawl the full text of our participating members content. And of course, as you have seen, CrossMark can include a metadata element about the CrossCheck status of a document.
  • All means all, bibliographic, license, funding, author, publication record, CrossCheck status, and sometimes even references and abstracts.
  • While not strickly speaking a metadata element, CrossCheck, our plagiarism screening service that allows publishers to detect whether submitted manuscripts are duplicates of published literature, that favorite metadata element of all, the CrossRef DOI, is what makes it possible for iThenticate to crawl the full text of our participating members content. And of course, as you have seen, CrossMark can include a metadata element about the CrossCheck status of a document.
  • And remember, on the internet, everyone knows exactly what kind of a dog you are.
  • Love and Metadata: CrossRef at the Hub of Scholarly Communications by Carol Anne Meyer at STM Spring Conference

    1. 1. Love and Metadata: CrossRef at the Hub of Scholarly Communications Everything is interesting for 5 minutes. After that, things can get dicey. —Bert Crenka, AS220 Carol Anne Meyer, CrossRef STM Spring Conference Flash Session 1 May 2014
    2. 2. The Hub of Scholarly Communications Publishers Researchers Institutions Discovery ServicesFunders Libraries Repositories Authors
    3. 3. ♥ Bibliographic ♥ Publication Record ♥ Author ♥ Funders ♥ References ♥ Licensing ♥ Abstracts
    4. 4. Other License Data
    5. 5. FundRef
    6. 6. FundRef CrossRef APIs for machines and integration
    7. 7. FundRef
    8. 8. CrossRef Metadata Search
    9. 9. Examples of CrossRef MetadataSearch by grant number Search by CrossRef DOI
    10. 10. PDF HTML
    11. 11. CrossMark
    12. 12. CrossRef Cited-by Linking
    13. 13. CrossCheck Plagiarism Screening ♥ Duplicate detection ♥ Helps publishers improve quality ♥ Made possible by, yep, CrossRef DOIs. Powered by iThenticate
    14. 14. FundRef CrossRef Metadata Services provides all metadata to third parties like… ♥ EasyBib ♥ Ex Libris ♥ Microsoft Academic Search ♥ Mendeley ♥ PubGet ♥ Proquest ♥ WorldCat ♥ and many more
    15. 15. The Hub of Scholarly Communication Publishers Researchers Institutions Discovery ServicesFunders Libraries Repositories Authors
    16. 16. Love is a warm puppy? <metadata> <feeling>love <name>Spot <temperature>warm <age>puppy <color>brown <breed>lab <gender>neutered female <funded_by>Carol & Alan <related_to> Black and White Spotted Beagle <AKC number> <DNA registry>
    17. 17. Time’s Up! About your speaker: Name: Carol Anne Meyer Company: CrossRef Tel: +1 781 295 0072 Email: carolm@crossref.org Social Media: @meyercarol

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