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  1. @CrossrefOrg The Benefits of Open Infrastructure
  2. Cameron Neylon Professor of Research Communications, Centre for Culture and Technology, Curtin Uni Amanda Bartell Crossref Head of Member Experience Vanessa Fairhurst Crossref Community Engagement Manager
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  4. Agenda ● What are the Principles of Open Scholarly Infrastructure (POSI) and why are they needed? ● How POSI will help realise the Research Nexus ● Open metadata and infrastructure services ● Q&A
  5. What are the Principles of Open Scholarly Infrastructure?
  6. A set of principles describing the desired governance arrangements, financial sustainability and openness of infrastructure organisations and how they should operate in the scholarly space. Lorem ipsum dolor sit sit amet, consectetur...
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  9. It would require a trustworthy organization
  10. Three layers of trust 1.Community Governance and Sustainability 1.Embedded danger signals 1.The ability to do something
  11. How POSI will help realise the Research Nexus
  12. @CrossrefOrg We envision a rich and reusable open network of relationships connecting research organizations, people, things, and actions; a scholarly record that the global community can build on forever, for the benefit of society.
  13. How to reach that goal? ● Open and accessible metadata - human & machine readable ● Persistent identifiers - for all activities, inputs/outputs, contributors, human and machine interfaces ● Community awareness and collaboration - I4OC + I4OA + Metadata 20/20 + + many other initiatives ● Commitment to principles of open scholarly infrastructure
  14. Why is POSI right for Crossref? ● Supporting open research ● Based on real experiences ● Well-received by the community ● A need for broader governance ● Identify others to collaborate with ● Practical and measurable ● Balanced
  15. The Research Nexus
  16. Expansion of content, metadata and services ● Crossref has expanded content types: Books, Conference proceedings, Dissertations, Grants, Journals, Peer reviews, Preprints, Reports, Reviews, Working Papers, Standards ● Crossref has expanded its metadata with links and relationships: corrections & retractions, licenses, funding information, ORCID IDs, DataCite DOIs, preprint to VoR connections and soon - ROR IDs for affiliations.
  17. Changing landscape: Crossref as an enabling infrastructure
  18. 3 large tiers - 56% of revenue in 2011, 40% of revenue in 2020 3 middle tiers - 20% of revenue in 2011, 16% of revenue in 2020 3 small tiers - 25% of revenue in 2011, 44% of revenue in 2020 Smaller members now pay more collectively than the largest
  19. Crossref board - now and then 2021 American Institute of Physics Publishing African Journals Online (AJOL) American Psychological Association Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Beilstein-Institut California Digital Library (CDL) Clarivate eLIFE Elsevier Korean Council of Science Editors Open Edition Oxford University Press SciELO Springer Nature Informa/Taylor & Francis Wiley 2000 Academic Press (Elsevier) American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) American Institute of Physics American Psychological Association Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Blackwell Science (Wiley) Elsevier Science Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Kluwer Academic Publishers (Springer Nature) Nature Publishing Group (Springer Nature) Oxford University Press Springer Verlag (Springer Nature) Wiley
  20. Board motions July 2020 1. That Crossref should proactively lead an effort to explore, with other infrastructure organizations and initiatives, how we can improve the scholarly research ecosystem. Crossref is committed to the collaborative development of open scholarly infrastructure for the benefit of our members and the wider research community. 2. That the exploration referenced in the foregoing resolution should consider a range of options looking at operational, governance, technical, and product and service issues and how the organizations could take advantage of synergies, efficiencies, and opportunities for the benefit of the wider research community by working more closely together. 3. Formed a Strategy Committee to take this forward.
  21. Living up to POSI (in practice) ● Review of governance – Stakeholder review – Broaden board to include funders ● Sustainability – Working towards a 12 month contingency fund – Publishing more about our operations ● Open and available data – Open APIs & Search + releasing public metadata files ● Open source support, code, issues, bug-fixing ● Partnership plan – Discussing closer alliances with several other open infrastructure
  22. Open metadata and infrastructure services
  23. Members —> Crossref Basic metadata: titles; author names; ISSNs/ISBNs, abstracts, references Funding information: Funder identifiers, award numbers License information: License URLs, Full-text URLs: e.g. for text-mining and Similarity Check Crossmark: updates, retractions, corrections ORCID iDs Recently: Peer Review reports, relations, links to related data, Grant identifiers, ROR identifiers
  24. Metadata is important throughout scholarly communications
  25. ● Discoverability ● Reproducibility ● Research and editorial integrity ● Reporting and assessment Metadata enables:
  26. Search & Discovery
  27. ORCID auto-update
  28. Reproducibility: Reference Linking
  29. Research Integrity: Crossmark ● An embedded button for HTML and PDF that, when clicked, tells the reader if any changes have been made since publication ● 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
  30. Reporting and assessment DataCite Commons
  31. How can I improve my metadata?
  32. Access the reports at and you can find documentation to help on our website.
  33. Metadata should be… Source: Metadata should be…
  34. Metadata 20/20
  35. Thank-you @CrossrefOrg POSI: Support documentation: Email: Community Forum: