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AEUP to create new online catalogue on ScienceOpen.

AEUP to create new online catalogue on ScienceOpen.

The Association of European University Presses (AEUP) aims to provide a new catalogue service to their members based on DOIs.

This project will promote best practices in metadata generation for optimal digital discovery. ScienceOpen will provide automation technology and support for an attractive, up-to-date catalogue embedded within a global discovery environment of over 85 million records.

AEUP is an organization of and for university presses across Europe that helps members build stronger relationships with one another, collaborate and share knowledge in order to achieve common goals, and jointly address important issues in a rapidly changing publishing environment.

We are particularly excited about this project because it will showcase the importance of DOIs for books in today’s digital publishing environment and their value for citation tracking and alternative metrics.

Stephanie Dawson, ScienceOpen

With 46 members in 18 countries, AEUP aims to increase the visibility of member presses and share knowledge and support about scholarly publishing. ScienceOpen will assist AEUP in their mission of knowledge distribution by providing cutting-edge publishing services and facilitating communication between members of the association and scholarly circles in Europe and beyond.

AEUP’s collaboration with ScienceOpen enables our members to present the scientific books of their authors and editors within a powerful scientific network such as ScienceOpen. Readers will be able to identify connections among topics, author networks or cited work, no matter whether they show up in books, journals, articles or other scientific content available at ScienceOpen.

Margo Bargheer, Chair of AEUP
Countries where AEUP members are located.

Many European university presses are at the cutting edge of FAIR and interoperable metadata. However, AEUP members who are not yet depositing DOIs for books and chapters can use the free BookMetaHub metadata management services to easily create Crossref-ready XML files.

In addition, ScienceOpen can provide further support and paid services for customers who have specific needs or projects involving book metadata. This collaboration will help AEUP members to increase the digital reach of their publishing programs.

ScienceOpen takes care of your metadata!

Through the BookMetaHub, ScienceOpen is providing a platform for publishers to create and facilitate the exchange of open book metadata! Open metadata for OA and non-OA books is critical for the transformation of the entire scholarly landscape.

Want to learn more about ScienceOpen? Get in touch with our team and we would be very happy to find out services and solutions tailored to your needs.

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