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In 2018, the SciELO Program will celebrate 20 years of operation, in full alignment with the advances of open science.

The SciELO 20 Years Conference will address and debate – during its three-day program – the main political, methodological and technological issues that define today’s state of the art in scholarly communication and the trends and innovations that is shaping the future of the universal openness of scholarly publishing and its relationship with today’s Open Access journals, in particular those of the SciELO Network.

The program of the conference is organized around the alignment of SciELO journals and operations with the best practices on communication of open science, such as publishing research data, expediting editorial processes and communication through the continuous publication of articles and the adoption of preprints, maximizing the transparency of research evaluation and the flow of scholarly communication, and searching for more comprehensive systems for assessing research, articles and journals.

A two-day meeting of the coordinators of the national collections of the SciELO Network will take place prior to the Conference with focus on the evaluation of SciELO journals and the SciELO Program and their improvement following the lines of action that will guide their development in the forthcoming five years.

The celebration of SciELO’s 20-year anniversary constitutes an important landmark in SciELO’s evolution, and an exceptional moment to promote the advancement of an inclusive, global approach to scholarly communication and to the open access movement while respecting the diversities of thematic and geographic areas, as well as of languages of scientific research.

In 2018, the SciELO Program will celebrate 20 years of operation, in full alignment with the advances of open science.

The SciELO 20 Years Conference will address and debate – during its three-day program – the main political, methodological and technological issues that define today’s state of the art in scholarly communication and the trends and innovations that is shaping the future of the universal openness of scholarly publishing and its relationship with today’s Open Access journals, in particular those of the SciELO Network.

The program of the conference is organized around the alignment of SciELO journals and operations with the best practices on communication of open science, such as publishing research data, expediting editorial processes and communication through the continuous publication of articles and the adoption of preprints, maximizing the transparency of research evaluation and the flow of scholarly communication, and searching for more comprehensive systems for assessing research, articles and journals.

A two-day meeting of the coordinators of the national collections of the SciELO Network will take place prior to the Conference with focus on the evaluation of SciELO journals and the SciELO Program and their improvement following the lines of action that will guide their development in the forthcoming five years.

The celebration of SciELO’s 20-year anniversary constitutes an important landmark in SciELO’s evolution, and an exceptional moment to promote the advancement of an inclusive, global approach to scholarly communication and to the open access movement while respecting the diversities of thematic and geographic areas, as well as of languages of scientific research.

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Geoffrey Bilder - Interoperability, visibility, credibility

  1. 1. @gbilder https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1315-5960
  2. 2. Interoperability, visibility, credibility. SciELO 2018, São Paulo Geoffrey Bilder Director of Strategic Initiatives @gbilder
  3. 3. Interoperability Visibility Credibility
  4. 4. Interoperability Visibility Credibility
  5. 5. gbilder@crossref.org Thank You @gbilder
  6. 6. Just kidding....
  7. 7. Interoperability
  8. 8. Let’s play a game...
  9. 9. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bjm.2018.01.001 https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1315-5960
  10. 10. Visibility
  11. 11. disseminate |dɪˈsɛmɪneɪt| verb [ with obj. ] spread (something, especially information) widely
  12. 12. communicate |kəˈmjuːnɪkeɪt| verb [ no obj. ] 1 share or exchange information, news, or ideas
  13. 13. API
  14. 14. ~238,000,000
  15. 15. Does this matter?
  16. 16. Publisher A Crossref Publisher B Publisher C Publisher D 3rd party 1 3rd party 33rd party 2 3rd party 4 Publisher A
  17. 17. Credibility
  18. 18. Trust
  19. 19. “...a firm belief in the veracity, good faith, and honesty of another party, with respect to a transaction that involves some risk.” Phil Windley, “Digital Identity”
  20. 20. Version Translat ion VersionVersion
  21. 21. Identifiers content contributor organization funder grant license
  22. 22. Version of record
  23. 23. Record of versions
  24. 24. Version with record
  25. 25. Version with record Record of versions +
  26. 26. ovenance Infrastructu
  27. 27. Data about the research process itself deserves exactly the same level of respect and care as data that is the product of research.
  28. 28. gbilder@crossref.org Thank You @gbilder

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    What is not being talked about? Oscar Wilde.


    Move beyond cropping about Impact Factor- focus on fact that citation is being undermigned.
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  • Geoffrey Bilder Director of Strategic Initiatives Crossref
    With the steady increase in research outputs, and the increasing number of active researchers from both academia and industry, research stakeholders find they need to be able to automate workflows in order to scale their systems efficiently. Funders want to be able to track the outputs that arise from research they have funded. As a result, institutions find themselves having to regularly analyze and summarize the research their faculty produce. Faculty, in turn, are facing increasing accounting bureaucracy in order to meet all the reporting requirements that are cascading through the system. And finally, publishers are seeking to make the manuscript submission and evaluation process more efficient as well as to increase the discoverability and richness of their publications. The key to scaling these activities is to take advantage of the open identifier and metadata infrastructures that have been developed by the industry. This talk will explore existing and emerging industry initiatives to develop open, robust, international and interdisciplinary identifier systems to help manage the increasing reporting requirements of the academia.
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    • to assist publishers and their authors in their activities in disseminating the results of research in the fields of science, technology and medicine;
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