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Updates from mEDRA: A networking strategy to enhance DOI deployment London, 22 June 2003 IDF member meeting www.medra.org Piero Attanasio AIE – Associazione.

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1 Updates from mEDRA: A networking strategy to enhance DOI deployment London, 22 June 2003 IDF member meeting Piero Attanasio AIE – Associazione Italiana Editori

2 Two mEDRA key concepts 1.The longer is the value chain, the higher is the DOI value Intermediaries are key alliances for us We are dialoguing with aggregators, secondary publishers, service providers, libraries, but also Telcom companies, IT vendors, etc. 2.Services are essential but our job is to be effective Registration Agency Stimulate third parties to provide DOI-based services Co-operation with other Registration agencies

3 What we did from last year We implemented the plans I illustrated last year Full implementation of registration tools Applications to control persistence Voluntary deposit system Relation tracking data structure Metadata manager for small publishers (still in pilot version)

4 What we did from last year We started experimentation of the system Some 30,000 DOIs registered by early adopters 32 early adopters registrants, 80 prefixes allocated Thats the easy part of our job: July the 1st, 2004 we are starting our real business activities Based on some paradigmatic business cases… … and looking at new implementations, in the same line

5 Business case 1: ( /BC1.0) University community University libraries mEDRA Casalini Digital Division DOI assignment and metadata provision Publishers Other producers

6 A short term evolution… Australian university community University libraries mEDRA Casalini Digital Division Publishers Other producers CAL Right negotiation for course packs Search

7 Business case 2: Italian Med-On-Line (Tentative title) A group of 14 Italian medical publishers will assign DOIs to their content Both digital content and printed items Journals articles, monographs, part of monographs As a perspective: learning objects Metadata will be enriched by cataloguing service Possibly, secondary publishers and/or aggregators will be involved Digitalisation of backlist Digital Rights Management Looking for institutional collaboration

8 Business case 2: Italian Med-On-Line Medical professionals Bibliographic database Publishers DB MD service Printed or digital items Search mEDRA DB DOI reg. Link (DOI) DOI Registration and metadata flow Resolution 1 Aggregator Resolution 2 Rights management Library Digitalisation

9 Business case 3: D-LOR DOI-ed Learning Object Repositories The objective is to allow educational institutions to search LOs from a single access point Different types of LO providers will be involved Collaboration with the Italian Ministry of Education and Italian Ministry of Innovation

10 The D-LOR project Learning community eLearning providers mEDRA Other LO producers Content providers (created ad hoc) Publishers eLearning platforms vendors Service providers LORs DOI assignment and metadata exchange Rights negotiation D-LORs Search Search facilitites Search

11 Collaboration with other RAs A key issue for mEDRA The concept is: once a registrant assigns DOIs to its content, it should access all the other services provided by other RAs or third parties It is generally agreed by lack of practical experimentation By next year we hope to show something concrete, with other RAs

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