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When collaboration is more than a nice idea

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Muitas vezes, a escolha de colaborar é impulsionada por um desejo de atingir a eficiência que ajudam uma organização a alcançar sua missão. Mas às vezes um objetivo só pode ser alcançado por um esforço colaborativo ou nada. A missão do CrossRef é fornecer um ponto focal para a colaboração essencial para o avanço da comunicação científica.

Often the choice to collaborate is driven by a desire to achieve efficiencies that help an organization achieve its mission. But sometimes a goal can only be reached by a collaborative effort or not at all. CrossRef’s mission is to provide a focal point for collaboration essential to the advancement of scholarly communication.

A menudo, la decisión de colaborar es impulsada por el deseo de lograr eficiencias que ayudan a una organización a lograr su misión. Pero a veces un objetivo sólo se puede alcanzar mediante un esfuerzo de colaboración o no se alcanza en absoluto. La misión de CrossRef es proporcionar un punto focal para la colaboración esencial para el avance de la comunicación científica.

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When collaboration is more than a nice idea

  1. 1. When collaboration is more than a nice idea Chuck Koscher Director of Technology Sci ELO Conference São Paulo, Brazil October 22-25 2013
  2. 2. In 1999 a small group of publishers met at the Frankfort Book Fair. They had a problem. Reference linking was an expanding challenge
  3. 3. Bilateral agreements
  4. 4. • Provides services publishers cannot accomplish alone - they require collaboration • 16-member international board of directors from membership • • Commercial, societies, nonprofits, university presses, Open Access publishers 66% non-profit – 1777 Members – 4400 publishers – 1700 Libraries All subjects: STM, humanities, social science, professional
  5. 5. Who is ? • Members from 76 Countries 20 Countries with the Largest # of CrossRef Members 500 400 300 200 100 0 133
  6. 6. User accesses cited article in Journal B User clicks on CrossRef DOI reference link in Journal A Guo W, Wang ZY, Wang YL, Zhang ZP, Gui JF. Isolation and characterization of six microsatellite markers in the large yellow croaker (Pseucosciaenacrocea Richardson). Mol Ecol Notes, 2005, 5(2): 369– 371. [CrossRef] DOI directory returns URL
  7. 7. <query key="key"> <author>Clow</author> <issue>1</issue> <year>1988</year> <first_page>715</first_page> <journal_title>Journal of Climate</journal_title> </query> Clow GD, McKay CP, Simmons Jr. GM, and Wharton RA, Jr. 1988. Climatological observations and predicted sublimation rates at Lake Hoare, Antarctica. Journal of Climate 1:715728 Anyone can use CrossRef to turn these Into these http://doi.org/10.1175/1520-0442(1988)001<0715:COAPSR>2.0.CO;2
  8. 8. DOI Clicks
  9. 9. Metadata Services Built on
  10. 10. Another example of essential collaboration
  11. 11. a standard way to report funding sources for scholarly research
  12. 12. The Registry is the cornerstone of FundRef The FundRef Registry provides a common taxonomy of over 5000 funding body names that FundRef participants should use to normalize Funder Names and IDs for deposit. Hierarchy Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs parent to: Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency
  13. 13. Query to identify funded articles (& data) Taxonomy of funder names http://dx.doi.org/10.13039/fundref_registry Funder Name Registry Metadata identifies funding source members authors Use pick-list to identify funders
  14. 14. Powered by iThenticate • Cross-publisher reference linking • Cross-publisher Cited-by linking • Cross-publisher metadata feeds to CMS Affiliates • Cross-publisher originality screening • Cross-publisher update service • Cross-publisher funder identification • Cross-publisher text and data-mining
  15. 15. Cited-by information is available from multiple sources CrossRef’s service is an essential complement
  16. 16. doi.crossref.org/servlet/getForwardLinks?usr=***&pwd=***&doi=10.5132/jbse.2007.01.011
  17. 17. 365,176,670
  18. 18. Powered by iThenticate • Cross-publisher reference linking • Cross-publisher Cited-by linking • Cross-publisher metadata feeds to CMS Affiliates • Cross-publisher originality screening • Cross-publisher update service • Cross-publisher funder identification • Cross-publisher text and data-mining
  19. 19. # of Documents Uploaded to iThenticate by CrossCheck Publishers 110,000 100,000 90,000 80,000 70,000 60,000 50,000
  20. 20. Powered by iThenticate • Cross-publisher reference linking • Cross-publisher Cited-by linking • Cross-publisher metadata feeds to CMS Affiliates • Cross-publisher originality screening • Cross-publisher update service • Cross-publisher funder identification • Cross-publisher text and data-mining
  21. 21. Powered by iThenticate • Cross-publisher reference linking • Cross-publisher Cited-by linking • Cross-publisher metadata feeds to CMS Affiliates • Cross-publisher originality screening • Cross-publisher update service • Cross-publisher funder identification • Cross-publisher text and data-mining
  22. 22. http://help.crossref.org support@crossref.org http://support.crossref.org http://www.crossref.org info@crossref.org http://labs.crossref.org

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