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  1. 1. Pablo FernicolaGroup ManagerMicrosoft Corporation
  2. 2. Beta 1 released at SSP 05/30/beta-of-microsoft-s-article-authoring-add- in-now-available-broadly-for-download.aspxIf you have any questions or feedback, feelfree to contact me through the blogWe can also connect on Facebook and youcan follow me on Twitter (pablofe)
  3. 3. Content, Metadata, and XMLWord 2007NLM and Docx FormatsAuthor ExperienceBehind the Scenes LookEditor ExperienceWhat’s Next?Downloads
  4. 4. At the beginning of the transition to digitalconsumptionFully realizing benefits from transition todigital content will depend on structureddata Improved search results Semantic analysis based recommendations and relationships
  5. 5. Connected lifestyle and consumption ofdigital contentTechnology enablers Access to computers and connectivity XML formats Mainstream use of XML in authoring
  6. 6. Provide an experience that assists and incentivesauthors to enter a core set of metadata andcontent semantics Capture author intent and domain expertiseAuthors need not become aware of the underlyingformatRe-use author metadata to simplify submissionexperiencePreserve data through publishing and archival
  7. 7. Free add-in for Word 2007 Open and save documents to the NLM format Templates for structured content Metadata editing and validation Support for NLM Book format Integration with Design Science’s MathType controlReleasing Beta 1 this weekWe welcome your feedback, requirements, andscenarios
  8. 8. DemoAuthor Experience
  9. 9. Full access to Metadata editing within WordAccess to article information within docxfilesValidation against DTD and style guideConnect content to data or additionalmaterial
  10. 10. Journals and conferences are still two ofthe main conduits for new informationAs content became available electronically,search provided an additional way oflocating new contentNew ways of discovering content maycome from semantic analysis,recommendations, and social connections
  11. 11. Search and automated recommendationsdepend on structured information, inaddition to full text contentXML Basis for structured content Part of mainstream workflows Now part of authoringMetadata provides one of the means forderiving insights into the content and itsconnections
  12. 12. Content Metadata Metadata Author Search Metadata TemplatesAuthoring Conversion Add-in Metadata Conversion Journal Archive
  13. 13. DemoAuthor Experience
  14. 14. Separation of presentation from semanticsStructured content: Beneficial for search Beneficial for long term archivalCan even be used to derive presentation
  15. 15. Enable authors to express information aspart of the writing processMetadata Author and co-author information Keywords and taxonomyContent Sections, statements, and other semantic information
  16. 16. Brings together fundamental advances XML format Packaging Content extensibility User Interface extensibilityArticle Authoring Add-in Builds on native Word UI as much as possible Lower the learning curve Simplifies authoring process Templates, validation, metadata entry
  17. 17. Four NLM formats Journal Publishing tag set (Blue) Book tag set (Purple)NLM formats Extensive metadata Light on presentationDocx/OpenXML Extensive support for presentation and editing Light on metadata
  18. 18. Introduce as few new concepts as possible Not directly aware of XML or NLM formatSimplicity in usability over features, avoidtaxing the authorExperience driven by templates andcentered around: Required sections Metadata (keywords, subject, authors)
  19. 19. OutliningTablesMathCitation Manager
  20. 20. A docx file is a zip fileDocument parts Images Custom XMLMetadata is stored within docx files as XML usingthe NLM format Keeps the content and metadata together in a single fileWord content is augmented with custom XMLelements where needed
  21. 21. A second audience for the add-in Editors, journal and archive staffLikely to have some specific knowledge ofthe NLM formatMay want to access all of the metadata But without having to resort to a XML editor
  22. 22. To be created by journalsSubset of a NLM articleCustom properties to indicate Required and optional sections Minimum and maximum length for sections Minimum number of keywords or subjects Ability for authors to add custom sections or keywords
  23. 23. Author related information Name, affiliation, email, biography, etcSimplify entry Automate author information Co-authors can be grouped for re-useReduce data entry errors
  24. 24. Enable other add-ins to be created and towork alongside the Authoring Add-inProvide a simple way for content to beextended or annotatedEnable institutions to use their ownmetadata form
  25. 25. How best to extend content and have itpreserved in the generated NLM XML file? Named-Content allows for tagging of terms Other add-ins can rely on Authoring Add-in and use this element to annotate the document content
  26. 26. Present a form for authors to fill in Enable custom workflows within institutions Data entry in a structured way and not as part of the contentCustom Document Information Panelor InfoPath form
  27. 27. Existing or new tools can access the differentparts of a docx file Validate or convert content Extract or add metadata Connect metadata elements to a databaseTools can run on any platform, and on client orserver Just need a zip library and XML tools
  28. 28. Beta 1 available Download and try it Provide feedbackInvestigating Mac Word 2008 capabilitiesWhat additional functionality would you liketo see in the add-in?
  29. 29. Add-in Beta 1 Download here Project blog - File Format Compatibility Open and save docx files from Word 2003 familyid=941b3470-3ae9-4aee-8f43- c6bb74cd1466&displaylang=enSave as PDF add-in for Word 2007 FamilyID=4d951911-3e7e-4ae6-b059- a2e79ed87041&DisplayLang=enContact info: Pablofe on Twitter, also on Facebook