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Fireside Chats at the Open Publishing Festival

This is cross-posted from the COKI (Curtin Open Knowedge Initiative) blog. The Curtin Open Knowledge Initiative aims to play a leading role in analysing and reporting on the way higher education institutions provide open access

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Open Publishing Fest: Fireside Chats

At last year's FORCE2019, the Open Publishing Awards were part of the pre-meeting festivities.  The organizers of that event, Coko, were thrilled with the response and decided to follow up by organizing

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publishing
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Infrastructure Series: Publishing Technology

This fourth entry into the year-long FORCE11 Blogs series on scholarly infrastructure is an interview with James MacGregor and Mike Nason. Publishing Technology Following on from our March and April posts, this month we see how

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datacitation
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Infrastructure series: Data Citations

This third entry into the year-long FORCE11 Blogs series on scholarly infrastructure is an interview with Rachael Lammey and Helena Cousijn. Data Citations Last month’s post in this year-long series focused on the role of metadata in

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metadata
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Infrastructure Series: Metadata

This second entry into the year-long FORCE11 Blogs series on scholarly infrastructure is an interview with Laura Paglione from Metadata 2020. Metadata Next in our series is metadata, the lifeblood of infrastructure. It is used

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preservation
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FORCE11 Blogs: Infrastructure Series

Infrastructure is a word used a lot in the scholarly community, and for good reason. But what it actually means, how it works and how it affects research communications isn’t always

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融合出版时代如何保存文献? —— 与CLOCKSS档案的对话

Original English version of this blog post is available here:https://www.force11.org/infrastructure-series-digital-preservation/ 人类的科研和文化产出正在变得多元化和动态化。多媒体、用户驱动的途径、应用程序、数据集、3D成像,甚至虚拟现实都已经成为学术著作的元素,此外还有出版后的附加内容如评论、注释、视频和播客,等等。这对数字保存提出了很多新的挑战。   CLOCKSS档案是一个由全球主要学术出版商和研究型图书馆联合建立的非盈利组织。它的使命是建立一个可持续的、国际性和地理上分开分布的暗存档,以确保基于网络的学术出版物能长期存在并服务于全球大范围的科研团体(https://www.clockss.org)。 Craig Van Dyck是CLOCKSS档案的执行总监。他从1978年以来一直在学术交流领域工作。在加入CLOCKSS之前,他曾担任18年Wiley出版社的内容管理副总裁,并在纽约的Springer-Verlag工作10年,担任高级副总裁和首席运营官。 身为1995-1998美国出版商协会技术促进委员会主席,Craig在数字对象标识符(DOI)系统和CrossRef的开发方面发挥了重要作用。他在国际DOI基金会、CLOCKSS、ORCID、CrossRef和学术出版协会SSP的董事会都曾任职,也曾经是Portico顾问委员会的成员之一。Craig一直致力于行业间合作以改善学术交流的基础设施。   以下为Force 11 系列编辑Jennifer Kemp就数字保存的话题对Craig Van Dyck进行的采访。   对于学术交流来说,“基础设施”指什么? 对于学术交流,基础设施是指多个参与方开展活动所依赖的共享系统。这包括硬件、软件、标准、最佳实践和社会契约,以及共享的价值、目标和共识。这其中许多是科研交流特有的,比如通过Crossref进行的参考文献链接,或是Counter使用量报告。当然,学术团体也依赖于社会的基础设施,比如高速公路、管道和互联网。   面对不熟悉你工作的人,你如何描述数字保存? 对学术文献进行长期的数字化保存是必要的,因为在线内容有消失的风险,而学者们从事研究需要能持续地访问他们需要的资源。假如出于任何原因学术内容从网络上消失,研究人员无法再获取。在这种情况下,当任何其他途径都失效时,像CLOCKSS

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Infrastructure Series: Digital Preservation

This first entry into the year-long FORCE11 Blogs series on scholarly infrastructure is an interview with CLOCKSS Executive Director Craig Van Dyck.   Translations of this blog post are available in Chinese

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