Most photos throughout are of art rooms and artworks of Hartwick College students, including many items by Laura Boissy.
PIE-J will be a NISO Recommended Practice: Estimated Release Date January 2012
This is one of the main points of the whole effort. When you have e-journals that have changed title over time, the title under which content was originally published must be retained. It is confusing, and therefore not recommended, to publish all content under the most current form of the title.
Industry Project Briefings: PIE-J (2011 CrossRef Workshops)
26 recommendations, ~ 2.5 Pages Journal title and citation information (5) Title changes and title history (4) ISSN (3) Enumeration and chronology systems (3) Publication information (4) Access to content (5) Preservation of content digitized from print (2)
Information Standards Quarterly (ISQ) 5Spring 2009 issue
NISO Recommended Practices “Best practice,” guidelines; Can be leading edge, exceptional model, or proven industry practice;Discretionary: can be used whole or partially; Modifiable to suit user needs. Faster to produce and update.
Final document due January 2012 Large preliminary review base Approaching final review Have sought out publisher comments
Citations 12 The primary way researchers become aware of articles
Title Changes: Do› Consult appropriate ISSN center Title changes may require a new ISSN› Implement at start of volume or year
Users appreciate as full ajournal title history aspossible to show clearrelationships such asprevious or later titles.
› Each title over time needs a separate ISSN› Each format (e.g., print, online) needs a separate ISSN› Apply for any needed ISSN to the appropriate ISSN Center (an ISSN appendix is provided)› Display all appropriate ISSN on each format› Further information in the ISSN appendix
Numbering, publication informationEnumeration system › Use one, even if only year › Keep it simple › Parallel across formatsPublication information › Include “about” information including editors and boards › Link to title history › Include distinctive issue-level information
Access to Content› Provide means to display and access both current and former content› Ensure former titles are in browse lists and searchable› Retain all published content
Preservation of content digitized from print› Digitize all content, even blank and nearly blank pages› Digitize front and back covers› Digitize advertisements (part of the historical record)› Digitize all available content even if some is missing› Indicate any missing content
Next Steps › Finish getting feedback › Finalize and publish document › Distribute and publicize content Print + online versions NISO U.S. ISSN Center? Subscription agencies? Enlist help from KBART? › Ask publishers to “sign-on” like KBART? › Develop symbol: “PIE-J Compliant”?
Who’s Involved in PIE-J? 27Co-Chairs: Cindy Hepfer, University at Buffalo (SUNY) Bob Boissy, SpringerWorking GroupInterest Group (email reactors)NISO: infrastructure support
PIE-J Working Group Representation 28 Taylor & Francis Library of Congress Harrassowitz (CONSER, ISSN) Serials Solutions National Library of IEEE Medicine University of Chicago JSTOR/Ithaka (ref) Sage UCLA (ref) EBSCO Cranfield U. Press Hein (UK) Publishing APA Technology
Resources 29“In Search of Best Practices for the Presentation of E-journals,” ISQ, spring 2009“Journal Title Display and Citation Practices,” Serials Librarian, Jan. 2009NISO workroom page http://www.niso.org/workrooms/piej
Contact InformationPIE-J Co-chair Cindy Hepfer firstname.lastname@example.org Co-chair Bob Boissy email@example.com m Group member Regina Reynolds firstname.lastname@example.org “Don’t contact me.” – Laura Boissy