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Nielsen BookData DOI Registration Agency Update Julian Sowa DOI Project Manager 22 June 2004
Copyright © Nielsen BookData2 Company Profile Formed out of Book Data and Whitaker Information Services: –Have provided information services to the English-language book trade for 150 years –Over 170 staff in UK –Revenues in 2003 around $23million –Part of VNU, the publishing and information company whose revenues exceed $4billion Managed Standard Address Number agency for UK since 1991 Managed the UK ISBN agency since 1969
22 June 2004Copyright © Nielsen BookData3 DOI Experience Monitored development of DOI system since 1998 IDF membership since 2001 Believe DOIs have huge potential in connection with our core activities – initiative only delayed due to our corporate restructuring Appointed as Registration Agency in January 2004
22 June 2004Copyright © Nielsen BookData4 What are we doing now? Implementing systems to enable online DOI registration and maintenance Service to be launched by this Autumn Working with prospective registrants Focus on English-language book trade, but will consider other sectors where our experience could add value
22 June 2004Copyright © Nielsen BookData5 Issues for registrants Reflects our experience with printed books, especially ONIX Education needed! Decisions needed on use of prefixes: –Balance between future-proofing and managability Decisions concerning metadata: –What applications will there be? –Is kernel metadata absolutely necessary? –Bibliographers needed –What are the risks with side-stepping these issues?
22 June 2004Copyright © Nielsen BookData6 Next steps Book trade is historically conservative and risk-averse Development of new value-added services: a chicken and egg process? Business model depends on identifying registrants current and future needs Further pilot registrants welcome
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