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CrossMark Demo at the MLA May 2012

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CrossMark Demo at the MLA May 2012

  1. 1. IN SEATTLE 21 May 2012Medical Libraries Association Carol Anne Meyer @meyercarol Carol Anne Meyer Business Development & Marketing @meyercarol
  2. 2. “The Web is by nature an interactive environment,yet online journals are mostly static, befitting theirtraditional role as a never-changing scholarly record.”
  3. 3. How Does a Researcher Know• Author name• Affiliation• How many times something has been cited• On a reputable web site (publisher or journal brand)• Ratings, Comments
  4. 4. Library Concerns
  5. 5. Library Concerns• Users not always clear which version of a document they are reading.
  6. 6. Library Concerns• Users not always clear which version of a document they are reading.• Google and Google Scholar search results return multiple versions.
  7. 7. Library Concerns• Users not always clear which version of a document they are reading.• Google and Google Scholar search results return multiple versions.• Librarians do not have time to track post- publication changes at the article level.
  8. 8. Library Concerns• Users not always clear which version of a document they are reading.• Google and Google Scholar search results return multiple versions.• Librarians do not have time to track post- publication changes at the article level.• Readers might cite “incorrect” versions instead of the maintained Version of Record
  9. 9. Library Concerns• Users not always clear which version of a document they are reading.• Google and Google Scholar search results return multiple versions.• Librarians do not have time to track post- publication changes at the article level.• Readers might cite “incorrect” versions instead of the maintained Version of Record• Researchers complain that Google does not return up-to-date versions of their own articles.
  10. 10. Library Concerns• Users not always clear which version of a document they are reading.• Google and Google Scholar search results return multiple versions.• Librarians do not have time to track post- publication changes at the article level.• Readers might cite “incorrect” versions instead of the maintained Version of Record• Researchers complain that Google does not return up-to-date versions of their own articles.• Usage statistics don’t reflect true resource
  11. 11. Specific Correction Problems Mentioned• Interlibrary loan• Downloaded PDFs• Printed articles. Lack of awareness of corrections or updates particularly problematic in medicine and related fields.
  12. 12. A Little Quiz:Does this article have corrections?
  13. 13. A Little Quiz:Does this article have corrections?
  14. 14. • for Researchers and Librarians• CrossRef Members underwrite the cost
  15. 15. enhancements corrigenda errata updates protocol updates amendments withdrawalsnotices of concern retractions editions versions
  16. 16. How does help?
  17. 17. How does help?• Reader easily sees current status & whether changes have been made.
  18. 18. How does help?• Reader easily sees current status & whether changes have been made.• Clicking the logo tells you
  19. 19. How does help?• Reader easily sees current status & whether changes have been made.• Clicking the logo tells you • Whether there have been any corrections
  20. 20. How does help?• Reader easily sees current status & whether changes have been made.• Clicking the logo tells you • Whether there have been any corrections • If this instance is being maintained by the publisher
  21. 21. How does help?• Reader easily sees current status & whether changes have been made.• Clicking the logo tells you • Whether there have been any corrections • If this instance is being maintained by the publisher • Where the publisher-maintained version
  22. 22. What kind of Publication Recordinformation could be available?
  23. 23. What kind of Publication Recordinformation could be available?• Funding disclosures--FundRef
  24. 24. What kind of Publication Recordinformation could be available?• Funding disclosures--FundRef• Conflict of interest statements
  25. 25. What kind of Publication Recordinformation could be available?• Funding disclosures--FundRef• Conflict of interest statements• Publication history (submission, revision and accepted dates)
  26. 26. What kind of Publication Recordinformation could be available?• Funding disclosures--FundRef• Conflict of interest statements• Publication history (submission, revision and accepted dates)• Location of data deposits or registries
  27. 27. What kind of Publication Recordinformation could be available?• Funding disclosures--FundRef• Conflict of interest statements• Publication history (submission, revision and accepted dates)• Location of data deposits or registries• Peer review process used
  28. 28. What kind of Publication Recordinformation could be available?• Funding disclosures--FundRef• Conflict of interest statements• Publication history (submission, revision and accepted dates)• Location of data deposits or registries• Peer review process used• CrossCheck plagiarism screening process
  29. 29. What kind of Publication Recordinformation could be available?• Funding disclosures--FundRef• Conflict of interest statements• Publication history (submission, revision and accepted dates)• Location of data deposits or registries• Peer review process used• CrossCheck plagiarism screening process• License types
  30. 30. What kind of Publication Recordinformation could be available?• Funding disclosures--FundRef• Conflict of interest statements• Publication history (submission, revision and accepted dates)• Location of data deposits or registries• Peer review process used• CrossCheck plagiarism screening process• License types• and more...
  31. 31. • Anything with a CrossRef DOI can have a CrossMark logo
  32. 32. • Anything with a CrossRef DOI can have a CrossMark logo• CrossMark logos will not be applied to prepublication content
  33. 33. Now!
  34. 34. Now! Pilot running since summer2011
  35. 35. Now! Pilot running since summer2011 Opening to all CrossRefMembers April 2012.
  36. 36. 9 Publishers• Elsevier• International Union ofCrystallography •American Institute of Physics• Oxford University Press (AIP)(OUP) •World Bank• The Royal Society •The Rockefeller University• Vilnius Gediminas Technical PressUniversity• Wiley-Blackwell •Scholar Science Journals
  37. 37. Marketing Microsite now availablehttp://www.crossref.org/crossmark/
  38. 38. Preliminary stats 36,000 CrossMark records 21 journals 390+ corrections 6000 “hits” on 1500 unique records
  39. 39. Gallery of Examples:http://www.crossref.org/crossmark/AboutGallery.htm
  40. 40. Any Questions?http:www.crossref.org/crossmark cmeyer@crossref.org

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