Since its introduction in 2003, NCBI’s NLM Archiving and Interchange DTD suite has become the de facto standard for journal article markup in scholarly publishing. With the introduction of JATS, it has been elevated to a true standard. In this session, Sara Zimmerman will talk about the history of the tag suite, what’s new in JATS, and the advantages its adoption affords publishers in terms of streamlining production workflows and optimizing system interoperability.
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