Le Cléo participera au Symposium on TEI and Scholarly Publishing
The growing trend toward open-access publishing and toward funder mandates for deposit of preprints in archives such as PubMed Central (PMC) has led to interest in the interchange of scholarly literature in XML created by different parties.
This symposium, to be held in conjunction with a meeting of the TEI Council, will explore such questions through a series of presentations outlining the current state of the art in institutional publishing operations such as those of universities in the UK, France, US, and Australia, from the point of view of private sector publishers (among which the NLM DTDs are increasingly adopted), and from international initiatives where interoperability has been identified as a major factor (e.g., PEER, which includes European research institutions, repositories, and STM publishers).
The objective is to identify current difficulties in making publication systems interoperable and identify priority actions for the TEI to intervene in this arena.
The Cléo will take part in this event.
A tentative programme for the day follows:
28 April 2010
Welcome from Chair of the TEI Council:
Laurent Romary (INRIA & HUB-IDSL)
TEI for aggregated content:
Marin Dacos (Centre for Open Electronic Publishing (Cléo), CNRS); Ronald Snijder (OAPEN); Laurent Romary (INRIA) – Chair: Gabriel Bodard
Tools for TEI in scholarly publishing:
James Cummings (Oxford University); TBD (Microsoft Research); Sebastian Rahtz (Oxford University); Chair: Matthew Driscoll
Use of TEI in publishing workflows I :
Kenneth Reed (University of North Carolina); Dominique Roux & Pierre-Yves Buard (Les Presses universitaires de Caen); Chair: Daniel O’Donnell
Use of TEI in publishing workflows II:
Susan Murray-Smith (Sydney University Press); Martin Holmes (University of Victoria); Chair: Brett Barney
Prospects for broader adoption of TEI:
TBD (Public Knowledge Project); John Shaw (SAGE Publications); Chair: Lou Burnard
Date: Wednesday 28 April 2010
Venue: Members Room and Council Room, Royal Irish Academy, 19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2 (location)