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Open Scholarly monographs, from technology to usage

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HIRMEOS, a EU funded project that aims at implementing added value services on top of open access book platforms in different European countries, almost reaches its end. Thanks to the project, advanced technologies have been implemented on the participating platforms that actually integrate the research monograph in the Open Science paradigm. But beyond the technical developments, the uptake of the new features - such as permanent identifiers, entity-fishing, peer-review certification, open annotation, alternative metrics, in the academic community remains uncertain. My presentation will be an open invitation to the workshop attendees to collectively reflect on the usage of open scholarly monographs in this context

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Open Scholarly monographs, from technology to usage

  1. 1. Open Scholarly monographs, from technology to usage Lessons from HIRMEOS project FOSTER-DARIAH workshop Open Access in the Humanities Berlin January 21 2019 PIERRE MOUNIER
  2. 2. HIRMEOS in a nutshell  Upgrade 5 open access books publishing platforms to 5 added value services : Identification services : DOI, ORCID, Fundref Entities recognition services : persons, places, periods Certification Service : connection with DOAB Open Annotation Service : Hypothes.is Metrics : Open Access metrics, alternative metrics
  3. 3. HIRMEOS http://hirmeos.eu
  4. 4. Permanent identifiers
  5. 5. Adding permanent identifiers to books improves crosslinking: DOIs
  6. 6. Permanent identifiers improve attribution to scholars: ORCID
  7. 7. Permanent identifiers improve recognition to funders’ open access policies
  8. 8. Entity fishing in text
  9. 9. Where Digital Humanities meet Open Access publishing • An API for automated indexing • NER(D) stands for: Named Entity Recognition (and Disambiguation) • “Named entities” refers to the classes to which belong words or group of words: Organization, names, dates, locations, events, etc. • The NER adds corresponding tags in an annotated text: James [name] went to London [location] • The disambiguation can also identify the exact reference against Wikipedia: “German army” in WW1 vs in WW2
  10. 10. Peer review certification with DOAB
  11. 11. Various ways to peer review books
  12. 12. A questionnaire for publishers
  13. 13. https://www.prtstandards.org/
  14. 14. Annotate texts with
  15. 15. Annotate PDF
  16. 16. Annotate Epub
  17. 17. Annotate HTML
  18. 18. Open Peer Review with annotation
  19. 19. Conclusion: Book not dead
  20. 20. The book is:
  21. 21. MUCH
  22. 22. MORE
  23. 23. THAN
  24. 24. ITS
  25. 25. SUPPORT
  26. 26. The book is much more than its support
  27. 27. The book is a “long argument”, a long standing intellectual enterprise
  28. 28. The book deserves to be open access to all
  29. 29. And fully integrated in the current digital environment