Tag: BookMetaHub

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AEUP to create new online catalogue on ScienceOpen.

AEUP to create new online catalogue on 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.

ScienceOpen and Thoth join forces on book metadata

ScienceOpen and Thoth join forces on book metadata

Thanks to this new collaboration with Thoth, publishers will now be able to create a record on BookMetaHub, send it to Thoth for further enhancement, and then gain access to additional output formats for future export. We are also working on sending data created on Thoth to the BookMetahub, so stay tuned!

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OA META – Die Reifung von Beta zu Meta

OA META – Die Reifung von Beta zu Meta

Unser BookMetaHub wurde als ein frei nutzbares Tool konzeptualisiert, welches akademischen Verlagen dazu dienen soll, Buch- und Kapitelmetadatensätze über eine leicht zugängliche Benutzeroberfläche zu kreieren und zu bearbeiten. Diese können im Anschluss, vollständig upgedatet für das Indexieren in digitalen Umgebungen und gemäß den Empfehlungen zu Best Practises, in aktuellen Standards für BITS XML und Crossref-kompatiblen XMLs exportiert werden und zur vereinfachten (Re-)Registrierung der Datensätze genutzt bzw. zur (Re-)Distribution an weitere Plattformen, A&I Dienstleister geschickt werden.

Hierzu wurde auf dem Hub eine Infrastruktur angelegt, die es Herausgeber_innen erlaubt, einen eigenen Workspace einzurichten und ggf. über wenige Klicks verlagsintern Kolleg_innen einzuladen, um gemeinsam Metadaten zu bearbeiten.

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OA META – Maturing from Beta to Meta

OA META – Maturing from Beta to Meta

In 2021 we were awarded the BMBF grant and launched the new platform in Beta one year later with basic upload, enhance, and export functions. Since then we have been on a steep learning curve, not least thanks to our publishing partners willing to test and share feedback about the platform and its functionalities with us.

We are excited to announce the final release of our BookMetaHub and to take stock of its full functionality and latest additions in today’s blog.

Feeling the Flow – Celebrating Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility at the 44th SSP Annual Meeting in Chicago

Feeling the Flow – Celebrating Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility at the 44th SSP Annual Meeting in Chicago

This year ScienceOpen was invited to the SSP to present their latest project, the BookMetaHub, a recently launched platform freely accessible for publishers to import and maintain or create rich metadata sets for their scientific book publications both on a book- and chapter-level to be used for further distribution.

Better Discoverability for Funders: Integrating the Funder Registry into BookMetaHub

Better Discoverability for Funders: Integrating the Funder Registry into BookMetaHub

With this new integration, ScienceOpen helps publishers and funders alike to track the visibility of their outputs on the internet. By adding integration with the Funder Registry for all BookMetaHub users, we can simplify and speed up the process of metadata distribution for publishers and improve discoverability for funders.

BookMetaHub – Metadata made simple!

BookMetaHub – Metadata made simple!

BookMetaHub will not only help to build a more open and inclusive publishing ecosystem, but it will also help publishers simplify content management by providing a freely accessible, cutting-edge hub designed for an easier exchange and update of interoperable book and chapter metadata for academic book titles.