Symposium on TEI and Scholarly Publishing | Digital Humanities Observatory

This symposium, to be held in conjunction with a meeting of the TEI Council, will explore such questions through a series of presentations outlining the current state of the art in institutional publishing operations such as those of universities in the UK, France, US, and Australia, from the point of view of private sector publishers (among which the NLM DTDs are increasingly adopted), and from international initiatives where interoperability has been identified as a major factor (e.g., PEER, which includes European research institutions, repositories, and STM publishers). The objective is to identify current difficulties in making publication systems interoperable and identify priority actions for the TEI to intervene in this arena.

CrossRef Blog: Research community members seek to resolve author name ambiguity issue – 07 Dec 2009

Various members of the research community have announced their intent to collaborate to resolve the existing author name ambiguity problem in scholarly communication. Together, the group hopes to develop an open, independent identification system for scholarly authors. This follows the first Name Identifier Summit held last month in Cambridge, MA, by Thomson Reuters and Nature Publishing Group, where a cross-section of the research community explored approaches to address name ambiguity. A follow-on meeting of this group took place in London last week to discuss the next steps.

TEI to MODS Mapping Issues and Challenges – LETRS/ETDC/E-Text Planning – Confluence

What: A conceptual mapping (and eventually xslt for transformation) between the TEI Header (specifically the headers for the Indiana Magazine of History project) and the Metadata Object Description Schema (MODS)

Why: We considered using MODS to capture article-level metadata for the project. We eventually decided to keep all of the bibliographic information within the TEI itself, with the understanding that we might eventually want to switch to MODS (as the Independent Header becomes obsolete). This mapping will make that transition easier.

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