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MARC records

MARC records

MARC XML for Exporting your Metadata

 

Stay tuned for MARC XMLs to be available for metadata export later this year!
Identifiers

Identifiers

Upload Content via easy ID lookup/ Export Crossref XMLs

 

Apart from files upload, you can also query metadata for your publication by making a simple query based on IDs. Currently supported in the system are Crossref and DataCite DOIs.

 

How To upload content via IDs:

 

Open the dropdown menu of your →My BookMetaHub and go to your →Dashboard.

 

On the Dashboard, you can chose to:

  • Add metadata by DOI

You can easily add basic metadata for your books and chapters by submitting a list of Crossref and Datacite DOIs. Simply paste a list of DOIs into the request box or upload an excel sheet to query all metadata for your DOIs.

 

  • As a last step for both please select your →Publisher Workspace for all requested records to be imported to.

 

After your request is processed, we will send you a notification by e-mail.

 

Enhanced Book and chapter records are also available in Crossref-compatible XML format to be exported and send to other third-party content aggregators. Just go to the Record page to download the CR XMLs.
ONIX records

ONIX records

Import / Export Content via ONIX Files

 

Apart from querying metadata via DOI look-up, you can also import metadata for your publication based on ONIX files. Currently supported in the system is ONIX 3.0.

 

HowTo upload content via ONIX:

 

Open the dropdown menu of your →My BookMetaHub and go to your →Dashboard.

 

On the Dashboard, you can chose to:

  • Upload ONIX XML metadata

You can upload ONIX XMLs via the Dashboard. Currently supported ONIX formats are 3.0, and ONIX 2.1 in testing. Please note that readout for ONIX 3.0 might lead to better results for your metadata. This is due to the fact that the later format is more standardized, which in return leads to a higher chance for a richer set of imported data.

 

  • As a last step for both please select your →Publisher Workspace for all requested records to be imported to.

 

After your request is processed, we will send you a notification by e-mail.

Stay tuned for ONIX export formats to become available later this year!

 

BITS records

BITS records

Import / Export Content via BITS Files

 

After successful creation or enhancement of your book and chapter metadata, you can freely download all content to share with other third-party content aggregators

 

HowTo export content via BITS:

 

On all record pages on the BookMetaHub you will find a →Download button. Just click the button, and select your preferred →export format. Supported currently in the system are BITS XMLs and Crossref XML

 

Stay tuned for BITS import formats to become available later this year!

 

ScienceOpen for Research Institutes

ScienceOpen is a freely accessible, interactive research communication platform with the technological infrastructure to support multi-dimensional search and discovery, community curation and researcher networking. We offer free tools for researchers to communicate, evaluate and promote their research within the broad interdisciplinary context of over 70 million articles and records.

Institutes may be interested in promoting their publications with an institutional collection or network of collections. Faculties and research groups can also create their own networks of collections that can be flexibly used for educational purposes such as a reading list for new members, journal clubs for discussion, showcases for faculty output, overlay journals combined with preprints, training ground for open peer review and more. Beyond our free products for researchers, the ScienceOpen technology can be customized to meet current or future needs of your institute. Some ideas:

  • Interactive bibliography – search and sort by citations, altmetrics, preprint, open access and more
  • Promotional tools to help your researchers increase their online visibility
  • Lay summaries to increase outreach to general public
  • Repository software solutions
  • Preprint server
  • Publishing support for institutional open access journals

We are happy to explore customized technology solutions for your institution with you. For further information and individual pricing contact Alexander Grossmann or Stephanie Dawson.

ScienceOpen for Funders

Open access journals are changing the rules of the game in more ways than just making research freely accessible. Increasingly, funding bodies are starting their own open access publishing outlets to provide low-cost, high quality journal alternatives for the research they fund. The rise of preprints in the last years has also changed the ways in which researchers are communicating their results and founders are stepping up by acknowledging preprints in grant applications.

ScienceOpen, as a freely accessible, interactive research communication platform with open access at its core. We can offer full professional open access publishing services that connect our partners to major infrastructures such as ORCID and Crossref. We have all the components to quickly customize a system with preprints, open peer review, open access publishing, alternative metrics, and citation tracking. The ScienceOpen technology can be customized to help you create the publishing platform of the future.

  • With full-text XML and pdf hosting on ScienceOpen your DOI lands in the rich contextual environment of the ScienceOpen
  • Integration with ORCID, Crossref
  • Collection landing page to showcase your journal
  • Preprint aggregation and creation of preprint servers
  • Context environment of over 60 million records driving search and discovery
  • Dynamic search and filtering of all content at journal, publisher, author and collection level
  • Article- and journal level usage statistics on the fly, plus quarterly usage reports
  • Publisher and journal collections promoted with a banner on all relevant content in over 60 million article records
  • Author-promotion tools for users to add lay summaries and share and track their work
  • Community-run, researcher-led topical collections further promote usage
  • Commenting and recommendation functionalities
  • Post-publication peer review functionalities to further engage community

We can provide customized technology, hosting and publishing solutions for funders. For further information and individual pricing contact Alexander Grossmann or Stephanie Dawson.

ScienceOpen for Faculties and Research Groups

ScienceOpen is a freely accessible, interactive research communication platform with the technological infrastructure to support multi-dimensional search and discovery, community curation and researcher networking. We offer space for free researcher-led topical collections within our discovery environment, as well as interactive tools and support for authors to promote their work and track their progress.

Faculties and research groups may be interested in creating a collection or network of collections that represent different aspects of their work, regardless of the publisher or journal. Collections can be flexibly used for educational purposes, such as a reading list for new members, for journal club discussion or as a training ground for open peer review. They can also act as a showcase for faculty output – with dynamic search and sort functionalities. Or they can be used to promote departmental journals, publish conference posters or proceedings, or create new overlay journals combined with preprints.

  • Create a topical Collection – individual researchers should apply for Editor status
  • Explore post-publication peer review functionalities to train young researchers
  • Promote your work with our author-promotion tools by adding lay summaries, sharing and tracking your usage
  • Use our free dynamic search and filtering of over 60 million articles and records at journal, publisher, author and collection level

Beyond our free products for researchers, the ScienceOpen technology can be customized to meet your faculty needs. We offer services ranging from poster publishing, content hosting, repository software, promotion, and open access journal publishing. For further information and individual project pricing contact Alexander Grossmann or Stephanie Dawson.

ScienceOpen for Open Access Journals

Open access journals are changing the rules of the game in more ways than just making research freely accessible. In an “article economy”, article-level metrics have become increasingly important and author services can provide a competitive edge. A challenge for open access journals is to build up their reputation while convincing new authors to submit their best work.

ScienceOpen is a freely accessible, interactive research communication platform with open access at the core of our discovery environment. We can offer full professional open access hosting that connects our partners to major infrastructures such as ORCID and Crossref. Attractive marketing at the article and journal level within a state-of-the-art discovery environment, as well as interactive tools and support for authors to promote their work and track their progress can broadly increase the visibility of your Open Access publishing activities. Your content on ScienceOpen will benefit from the following services and features:

  • With full-text XML and pdf hosting on ScienceOpen your DOI lands in the rich contextual environment of the ScienceOpen OR link back to the version of record on the publisher website with usage tracking by the publisher
  • Integration with ORCID, Crossref
  • “Submit manuscript” button to help reach new authors
  • Collection landing page to showcase your journal
  • Context environment of over 70 million records driving search and discovery
  • Dynamic search and filtering of all content at journal, publisher, author and collection level
  • Article- and journal level usage statistics on the fly, plus quarterly usage reports
  • Publisher and journal collections promoted with a banner on all relevant content in over 60 million article records
  • Author-promotion tools for users to add lay summaries and share and track their work
  • Community-run, researcher-led topical collections further promote usage
  • Commenting and recommendation functionalities
  • Post-publication peer review functionalities to further engage community
Promote your publisher or journal brands or create new interdisciplinary collections with your content. ScienceOpen can host your Open Access content or link through to your own website.

UCL Press is one of our current customers utilizing Open Access hosting and other services. ScienceOpen hosts their open access journals in featured collections, and in addition, UCL Press has set up interdisciplinary collections that curate their content in innovative ways such as in their campaign to highlight their institution’s research supporting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

 

For further information and individual pricing packages contact Stuart Cooper or Stephanie Dawson.

ScienceOpen for University Libraries

University libraries are supporting the open access publishing activities of their researchers with a range of strategies from starting a University Press to providing hosting space on institutional repositories. A challenge for university libraries is to provide an innovative and professional publishing and communication environment with a limited budget for scholars.

ScienceOpen is a freely accessible, interactive research communication platform with open access at the core of our discovery environment. We can offer full professional open access hosting, preprint publishing, overlay journal environments, and megajournal publishing that connects our partners to major infrastructures such as ORCID, Crossref, and Datacite. Attractive marketing at the article and journal level within a state-of-the-art discovery environment, as well as interactive tools and support for authors to promote their work and track their progress can broadly increase the visibility of library publishing activities. Your content on ScienceOpen will benefit from the following services and features:

  • With full-text XML and pdf hosting on ScienceOpen your DOI lands in the rich contextual environment of the ScienceOpen OR link back to the version of record on the university website
  • Integration with ORCID, Crossref
  • “Submit manuscript” button to help reach new authors
  • Collection landing page to showcase your journal
  • Contextual environment of over 70 million records driving search and discovery
  • Dynamic search and filtering of all content at journal, publisher, author and collection level
  • Article- and journal level usage statistics on the fly, plus quarterly usage reports
  • Publisher and journal collections promoted with a banner on all relevant content in over 60 million article records
  • Author-promotional tools for users to add lay summaries and share and track their work
  • Community-run, researcher-led topical collections further promote usage
  • Commenting and recommendation functionalities
  • Post-publication peer review functionalities to further engage community

We can also offer full Open Access publishing packages, repository space, and other flexible solutions based on the ScienceOpen technology upon request.

We are also able to create unique projects, such as what we did for the University College London (UCL) Library. Together, we created a Collection that  aggregates all UCL-affiliated COVID-19 and related research, which automatically updates to keep up with the high amount of new COVID-19 research. Explore more by going to the blogpost here or the collection itself.

UCL Library Respository Collection highlighting UCL affiliated COVID-19 research.

For further information and individual pricing packages contact Stuart Cooper or Stephanie Dawson.

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