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  1. 1. The Institution Registry An Idea Whose Time Has Come SSP June 9,2006Atypon Delivers Audrey D.Melkin
  2. 2. About AtyponqAtypon is a developer of online content hosting systems § More than 70 publishers and 2,000 journals currently servedqDeveloper for current CrossRef systemqFocused since 1996 on the scholarly publishing community
  3. 3. The Atypon Institution Registry qA single place § to store all the authentication* information for institutions § for all service providers (publishers, agents and hosting vendors) to get the information they need --and only that § for library administrators to manage this information and control its distribution *Authentication = Official name, contacts, administrators, IPs, Athens, Shibboleth, Agent IDs etc
  4. 4. Why is it important for libraries? qIt provides a single place to manage all authentication information for § Publisher sites § Portals § Agents qCreate Once - Update Once § No need to register § No need to master different interfaces § No need to remember all the sites that need updating § No need to “activate” subscriptions
  5. 5. Why is it important for publishers? qProvide better customer experience § Hassle-free, immediate service sign-up § Continuity when changing service providers qKnow the licensee § Communicate accurate information with licensee and other agents and vendors of the licensee § Sell online subscriptions more effectively qCut down customer service calls!
  6. 6. Key concepts q What is a “licensing unit”? § Any entity that licenses content • An institution (with all its libraries) • A subset of an institution, such as a campus or two departments • A consortium q A university may have/belong to multiple licensing units q Each licensing unit will be identified by a unique DOI (Digital Object Identifier)
  7. 7. Why a DOI for each licensing unit? qEach licensee needs a globally recognized (registered) identifier qDOIs are registered with a public registration agency (CrossRef or CNRI) qDOIs are made for the world of electronic communication qDOIs are here, now, proven!
  8. 8. Data standards qEach DOI is a proxy for § All names and identifiers (ISIL, MARC21 etc) § Authentication metadata § Institution customization, e.g. link-server, banners, etc. qData uploaded by service providers § COUNTER for reports § ONIX/NISO standards for holdings, licensing, etc.
  9. 9. Interface for service providers qWebServices API for service providers qAll data delivered in XML § Authentication metadata § COUNTER reports § ONIX (various standards) qService providers receive information via push or pull
  10. 10. Operational details in discussion q To be governed by an independent board, composed of library associations, standards organizations, publishers, and other 3 rd parties q Available at no cost to institutions, publishers, and other third parties, unless the Board decides to institute a service charge q Privacy and security of the system guaranteed
  11. 11. Where is Atypon for version 1.0? q XML metadata schema: prototype q Services API: prototype q Customer service procedures - for discussion • Institution administrator customer service • Service provider technical assistance q Migrate institution metadata for discussion q Implementation schedule § Interface pilots: Charleston 11/05 & MidWinter 1/06 § 1/06 – 12/06: Atypon continues development & monitors industry developments, i.e., UK pilot, related projects § Official release: TBD