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The webinar held 6 October 2020.

The webinar is relevant for new and existing Crossref members, publishers, editors, researchers, service
providers, hosting platforms, funders, librarians; really anyone interested in finding out a bit more about what
Crossref is and does.

This webinar covers:
• How to register content with Crossref
• How to make updates to your metadata in order to make changes, corrections, or to add more detail
• Participation reports
• Additional services and where to find help.

Sessions presented in English by Crossref staff.

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Crossref LIVE US Online

  1. 1. Susan Collins Community Outreach Manager Rosa Clark Communications & Events Manager Isaac Farley Technical Support Manager
  2. 2. Agenda Welcome and Introductions Intro to Crossref Content Registration Updating and Maintaining Your Metadata Questions and Break Participation Reports - brief introduction Services Community Initiatives How to get help Questions
  3. 3. Crossref makes research outputs easy to find, cite, link, assess, and reuse. We’re a not-for-profit membership organization that exists to make scholarly communications better. Mission
  4. 4. Governance and Committees •Advisory Groups and Committees •16 member board, cross section of international publishers •One member, one vote, including members represented by a sponsoring organization - each of you has a vote •Board elections each November
  5. 5. Crossref overview • Over 14,000 member and affiliated organizations •16 member board, cross section of international publishers • Metadata store of over 117 million scholarly content items • A DOI is just the start - We offer a wide array of services to ensure that scholarly research metadata is registered, linked, and distributed. • We preserve the metadata we receive and make it available via our open APIs and Search.
  6. 6. Who uses Crossref? •Publishers •Funders •Institutions •Archives & repositories •Research councils •Data centres •Professional networks •Patent offices •Indexing services •Publishing vendors •Peer review systems •Reference manager systems •Lab & diagnostics suppliers •Info management systems •Educational tools •Data analytics systems •Literature discovery services •Registration Agencies
  7. 7. Why do publishers join Crossref? •To help get their content discovered •Show people where their content is located and update that if/when the content moves •Drive more traffic to publications •Turn references into hyperlinks •Find out who is using their content •Participate in other collaborative services
  8. 8. Crossref Members and Affiliates by Year
  9. 9. >117,000,000 content items
  10. 10. Content Types • Journals • Books • Conference proceedings • Standards • Technical reports • Working Papers • Theses and dissertations • Components (figures, tables) • Datasets (supplementary data) • Databases • Posted content (includes preprints) • Peer Reviews
  11. 11. Registered content
  12. 12. Content registration at Crossref
  13. 13. More than just DOIs
  14. 14. Your prefix •One prefix may be used for all content •New titles may be added at any time •No limit to the number of DOIs created, also no minimum number is required. 10.4444 10.55555
  15. 15. Persistent identifiers https://doi.org/10.1006/jmbi.1995.0238 • The DOI directory: makes the DOI actionable on the web • Prefix: assigned by Crossref • Suffix: assigned by the publisher Total DOI = routes through the DOI resolver to point to the registered URL
  16. 16. DOI suffix • consistent • simple • short More details: https://support.crossref.org/hc/en-us/articles/214669823
  17. 17. Crossref DOI display guidelines • Always be displayed as a full URL link • An example of the best practice in displaying a Crossref DOI link is: https://doi.org/10.1629/22161 • Old format was http://dx.doi.org/
  18. 18. Your landing page • A full bibliographic citation so that the user can verify they have been delivered to the correct item • The DOI displayed as a URL, per display guidelines • A way to access full text: access to full text is completely controlled by the publisher but the landing page must be accessible to everyone.
  19. 19. metadata author names, ORCIDs, affiliations, article titles, ISSN, ISBN, pages, issue #, volume #s, dates, identifiers
  20. 20. more metadata reference lists, funding data, ORCIDs, license data, clinical trial numbers, errata, retractions, updates and more through our Crossmark service, JATS-formatted abstracts, relationships between items…
  21. 21. Ways to register content Upload XML file (https://doi.crossref.org) The manual web deposit form (https://apps.crossref.org/webdeposit) OJS Crossref plugin (https://docs.pkp.sfu.ca/crossref-ojs-manual/en/config) Metadata Manager (https://www.crossref.org/metadatamanager/)
  22. 22. Create XML Crossref Schema Metadata deposit schema: for everything Metadata deposit schema 4.4.2 (documentation) Resource schema: for adding most non-bibliographic metadata to existing records doi_resources4.3.6.xsd (documentation)
  23. 23. <journal_metadata> <full_title>International Journal of Meetings</full_title> <abbrev_title>Am J Meet</abbrev_title> <issn media_type='print'>4445-6767</issn> </journal_metadata> <journal_issue> <publication_date media_type='print'> <month>5</month> <day>5</day> <year>2001</year> </publication_date> <journal_volume> <volume>33</volume> </journal_volume> <issue>1</issue> </journal_issue> Journal title: International Journal of Meetings ISSN: 4445-6767 Publication date: 5-5-2001 Volume: 33 Issue: 1
  24. 24. <journal_article publication_type='full_text’> <titles> <title>Let’s have a meeting</title> </titles> <contributors> <person_name sequence='first' contributor_role='author'> <given_name>Bob</given_name> <surname>Surname</surname> </person_name> <publication_date media_type='print'> <month>5</month> <day>9</day> <year>2001</year> </publication_date> <pages> <first_page>100</first_page> <last_page>200</last_page> </pages> <doi_data> <doi>10.50505/test_200704082300</doi> <resource>http://www.crossref.org/sampleurl</resource> </doi_data> article title: Let’s have a meeting author: Bob Surname pages: 100-200 DOI: 10.50505/test_2007
  25. 25. Success! Your content now has persistent identifiers and a Crossref metadata record ??????? hooray! Failure…your content has not been registered.
  26. 26. Web deposit form
  27. 27. OJS/Crossref integrations As of OJS 3.1.2 • Reference linking and depositing • Funding metadata • iThenticate plugin https://docs.pkp.sfu.ca/crossref-ojs-manual/en/
  28. 28. Please note... The plugin will deposit DOIs on publication, but your DOIs will still take time to be processed. It is not immediate. The plugin does not automatically update DOIs if metadata changes. That has to be done manually. If a DOI deposit has failed, you can click on the failure link for a report more info at: PKP's Community forum https://forum.pkp.sfu.ca/ and PKP documentation https://docs.pkp.sfu.ca
  29. 29. https://www.crossref.org/metadatamanager/
  30. 30. https://www.crossref.org/metadatamanager/ Metadata Manager
  31. 31. Not just bibliographic metadata
  32. 32. Metadata should be… • accurate • complete • up to date
  33. 33. Updating and adding extra metadata
  34. 34. What do we mean when we talk about Crossref metadata?
  35. 35. Members —> Crossref Basic metadata: titles; author names; ISSNs/ISBNs, abstracts, references Funding Information, Funder identifiers, award numbers License Information, License URIs Full-text URIs (e.g. for text mining and Similarity Check) Crossmark: updates, retractions, corrections ORCID iDs Recently: Peer Review reports, relations, Grant IDs Soon… Organization IDs
  36. 36. Search & discover
  37. 37. Keeping metadata up to date • Correct metadata errors • Add more metadata to an existing record • Update URLs
  38. 38. What happens when… • You discover an error after deposit • How do you correct the metadata? • You update your website • How do you maintain DOI links? • You partner with another publisher • Who is responsible for updates? • You host your content on multiple sites • Where should the DOI point?
  39. 39. What if something changes • Change/correction to the metadata • E.g. author’s name is entered incorrectly • Change to the URL • E.g. your publication moves to another site Do not re-assign another DOI There is never a charge to update DOIs
  40. 40. Identifying errors
  41. 41. Viewing your metadata Crossref Metadata Search http://search.crossref.org
  42. 42. Editing your metadata
  43. 43. Correcting your metadata if you have already deposited it • Resubmit metadata via XML - overwriting the old record with new information • Redeposit via the Web Deposit Form • Edit the metadata record in Metadata Manager (journal articles)
  44. 44. Reports • Our Conflict and Resolution reports can help you identify existing metadata errors. You can fix these with no charge. • The Conflict report includes information about conflicts that have been created by members when two (or more) metadata records share similar or identical metadata. 
  45. 45. Resolution reports • Resolution reports are sent out via email at the beginning of each month • When a researcher clicks on a DOI link for an article, that counts as one DOI resolution. No information is captured about who the user is or where they are coming from.  • A separate report is generated for each DOI prefix. • If you have a high number of failures - don’t panic, but do pay attention! Sometimes this can user error in typing or cutting-and-pasting DOIs or the DOI has been distributed but not deposited.
  46. 46. Why reports are important • Make sure your content is properly registered • See how content is being used • Catch any errors Make sure the right person in your organization gets them! If not, please write to support@crossref.org.
  47. 47. Questions & break
  48. 48. Crossref Metadata?  
  49. 49. No, this is Crossref metadata
  50. 50. This may be your Crossref metadata
  51. 51. ….but maybe this?
  52. 52. Participation Reports
  53. 53. A tool to use where: You can see what metadata you are registering with Crossref You can track progress of your metadata You’re able to see how you measure up to other members What are they?
  54. 54. Why did we create them? Members are not always aware of what metadata they’re sending to Crossref Members can see what’s missing and can fix the gaps And can track progress of their metadata in an easy and user-friendly way
  55. 55. > 600 million queries per month
  56. 56. Access the reports at https://www.crossref.org/members/prep/ and you can find documentation to help on our website.
  57. 57. ● Greater discovery of your content ● Inclusion in discovery services ● Only your metadata is shared, not your full text Sharing metadata
  58. 58. Find out more Monthly Participation Report webinars (https://www.crossref.org/webinars/) Schedule a Metadata Health Check (feedback@crossref.org)
  59. 59. Crossref Services
  60. 60. Our servicesOur services • Reference Linking • Cited-by • Similarity Check • Crossmark
  61. 61. Reference linking means hyperlinking with Crossref DOIs when you create your citation list.
  62. 62. Reference Linking
  63. 63. Reference Linking
  64. 64. How to add Crossref DOI links to references • Use a search engine for individual articles • Query Crossref with XML • Use Crossref lookup tools • Use Metadata Manager • Third party tools such as OJS 3.1.2
  65. 65. https://apps.crossref.org/SimpleTextQuery/
  66. 66. https://apps.crossref.org/SimpleTextQuery/
  67. 67. Cited-by provides a clear overview of the publications that have cited a piece of content
  68. 68. 1. Deposit you references 2. Email member@crossref.org to sign up 3. Query Crossref for a list of all DOIs citing an article 4. Display Cited-by results on your website No fee and is an optional service How to participate
  69. 69. Querying for Cited-by links https://doi.crossref.org
  70. 70. Similarity Check offers publishers with a way to actively engage in efforts to prevent plagiarism.
  71. 71. Members are provided with access to Turnitin’s powerful text comparison tool, iThenticate. This allows them to compare their own documents against the largest comparison database of scientific, technical and medical content in the world. Similarity Check members contribute their own published content into iThenticate’s database of full-text literature. Similarity Check
  72. 72. • Turnitin’s plagiarism detection software • Text-based screening • Contains content indexed from over 1 billion web pages, 57 million items from Crossref members, and a further 105 million items from other content partners such as Pearson, Cengage, EBSCOHost etc. What is iThenticate?
  73. 73. How the service works • Upload a document to iThenticate • A similarity report is produced • Compare side-by-side • Editor makes a decision about whether the similarity detected is legitimate or if further investigation is required • When members publish new content, they provide a link to their full-text which Turnitin use to index the item and add it into their database
  74. 74. What issues are publishers looking for •Poor, missing, or incomplete references (can be fixed) •Self-plagiarism/text recycling (can be fixed) •Unattributed use of parts of another person’s work •Submitting another person’s work as your own •Is the author attempting to mislead/misrepresent?
  75. 75. How to join https://www.crossref.org/education/similarity-check/participate/eligibility/ Are you eligible?
  76. 76. How much does it cost? • Annual administrative fee equal to 20% of your Crossref membership fee, paid to Crossref along with your annual membership fee. • Each document run through Similarity Check is charged at a per-document-checking fee. There is a separate invoice for Similarity Check document checking fees. • If you work with a sponsor, they’ll receive the invoices for your use of the service. • Invoices for the per document checking fees Similarity Check service will be sent, from Crossref, in January (for the previous year). You can check how many documents you’ve checked in the Reports section in iThenticate.
  77. 77. Crossmark is a great way to show users extra or updated information about the content they’re viewing so that they can trust it
  78. 78. Crossmark •An embedded button for HTML and PDF that, when clicked, shows the researcher publication information that a publisher chooses to include •The information stays with the article and can be accessed even away from the publisher site •Machine-readable metadata available via the Crossref REST API
  79. 79. Deposit additional metadata •Funding data •License information •ORCID iDs •Clinical trial numbers •Any additional custom metadata •Publication history •Similarity Check deposited •etc.
  80. 80. Uptake • Over 1000 publishers depositing Crossmark metadata • Nearly 12.5 million DOIs • Around 1% are updates (so even more important that they’re flagged!) • Over 4,000 of the updates are retractions
  81. 81. How to participate 1. Contact us to let us know you want to get started 2. Create a Crossmark policy page and assign it a DOI. 3. Deposit Crossmark metadata as part of your regular metadata deposits, this can also be deposited as stand-alone data for backfile content From January 2020 we have removed the fees for this service.
  82. 82. Community Initiatives
  83. 83. https://ror.or g
  84. 84. Make Data Count Since 2014, the Make Data Count (MDC) initiative has focused on building the social and technical infrastructure for the development of research data metrics. With funding from the National Science Foundation, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, and Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the initiative has transformed from a research project with an aim to understand what researchers value about their data, to an infrastructure development project, and now into a full-fledged adoption initiative. Additional funding from the Sloan Foundation to focus on widespread adoption of standardized data usage and data citation practices, the building blocks for open research data metrics.
  85. 85. Make Data Count: aims 1. Increased adoption of standardized data usage across repositories through enhanced processing and reporting services 2. Increased implementations of proper data citation practices at publishers by working in conjunction with publisher advocacy groups and societies 3. Promotion of bibliometrics qualitative and quantitative studies around data usage and citation behaviors https://makedatacount.org/
  86. 86. Crossref and PKP Collaboration •PKP Strategic Partner •Crossref-PKP Working Group •OJS Plugin •Sponsorship program
  87. 87. Further help and support
  88. 88. https://community.crossref.org
  89. 89. •Help members register and maintain their metadata records •Help everyone else discover and use metadata records •1/3 of all support tickets are related to metadata quality concerns •Find information on services, with technical explanations and examples at our education centre at https://www.crossref.org/education/ Support
  90. 90. Where can I find out more? ● Community forum: https://community.crossref.org/ ● Documentation: https://www.crossref.org/education/ ● Email our support, member, and billing teams support@crossref.org, member@crossref.org billing@crossref.org ● Webinars: https://www.crossref.org/webinars/
  91. 91. Staying up-to-date Twitter: @crossrefOrg and @crossrefsupport What are we thinking about: blog.crossref.org Get in touch: feedback@crossref.org
  92. 92. Help us stay up-to-date! If the contacts at your organisation change, let us know! Just email member@crossref.org
  93. 93. Thank you!

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