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More than 5.5 million researchers worldwide 1.4 million articles are written annually They are published in 23,000 scholarly journals 2,000 publishers publishing scholarly journals The number of journals increases by about 3.5% per annum. The growth in number of researchers is equally persistent, at about 3% per year
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Get TOCs as soon as they have been published, without having to visit the journal websites Problems with RSS Still a bit technical A torrent of items within which only a few may be of interest Sometimes still a bit technical Too many possibly relevant RSS feeds, and not always easy to find them These produce a torrent of items within which only a very small number may be of interest to academics It can take much time to manage the process Different RSS formats Still a bit technical A torrent of items within which only a few may be of interest
Feed Versions RSSs are full of metadata inconsistencies Without a focus on re-use, metadata is useless How can we agree on how to agree? UTF-8 encoding? OPML ? Restricted Access Need to deal with RSS1.0 & RSS2.0 Need to deal with Marked up, Invalid & Inconsistent content 5. ticTOCs Solutions 1. Work with our CrossRef partner (http://www.crossref.org) 2. Work with our publisher partners and contact main publishers to use their OPML files or to create our own OPML files for faster RSS feeds uploading 3. Setting-up a software application that automatically and periodically collect TOC RSS feeds content 4. Filtering and normalizing TOC RSS feeds content to map to an agreed ticTOCs structure for RSS feeds, which is based in standard RSS 1.0 modules such as dc, prism, content and syndication. 5 Working with out CSA partner in order to have access to its Ulrich database (http://www.ulrichsweb.com) 6. Making use of Open Standards and Protocols that are already widely used 7. Using AJAX when asynchrony calls to the server are required, and embedded APIs to enable interconnectivity and interactivity of web-delivered ticTOCs content