Day: Tuesday, May 5, 10:15 AM to 11:15 AM
Presenter: James MacGregor, Public Knowledge Project (PKP)
Description: Publishers, hosting institutions and upstream services are increasingly investing in XML as part of the scholarly publishing process, and new tools are being developed to reduce both the cost and complexity of publishing in XML. Public Knowledge Project (PKP) has been incredibly active in this space, and is working with other leading community members to establish the best standards and tools for editors, authors and readers. We are very happy to now be able to present the tools available today, and present our plans for the future.
Included in this experimental session will be a demonstration of our Texture JATS editor integration in OJS; a demo of some of the JATS publishing and display tools we have been working on; and an update on our work in the Word->XML conversion space (focusing on Grobid and meTypeset in particular). We will also discuss our current development roadmap, including a review of the gaps in the workflow we have already identified, and then invite discussion on any aspect of this publishing workflow and associated set of tools. Finally, we will provide a test environment for session participants to use at their leisure throughout the rest of the conference, and will be available for follow-up questions.