What’s New in Editorial Online Systems

Anna Jester
Director of Sales and Marketing, eJournal Press

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Variety is no longer the spice; it has become the modus operandi. Journals make content available in multiple formats (e.g. XML, PDF, ePub, Podcast) and frequently distribute their content to a skein of aggregators to increase visibility and usage. So it stands to reason they expect innovative integration between their online editorial systems and publishing initiatives as well as tools including FundRef, ORCID, and Data Harmony. This presentation will highlight recent eJournalPress integrations and discuss the common motivation for their implementation. The question has now become, “Is there an API for that?”

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