Explanation of the Non-commercial OA Workflow
An infrastructure that supports academy-owned non-for-profit scholarly publishing model by providing technology and sharing knowledge that contributes to the sustainability of non-commercial Open Access. The goal of this tutorial is to understand the importance of XML JATS digital publishing technology and the advantages of its implementation.
1. Certification Course: The new model of electronic publishing and Redalyc 3.0: XML JATS markup
a. Session 1: From the surge of the electronic journal to the 3.0 journal
b. Session 2: What is the XML?
c. Session 3: XML JATS Markup System
d. Session 4: XML JATS in Redalyc
2. What is the XML JATS?
What is the XML JATS?
The goal is getting to know the XML JATS Markup System to increase content discoverability, optimize editorial processes and preserve knowledge for everyone.
1. Preparation of the XML JATS markup
Preparing an article
Preparing graphic material (figures, equations, tables)
Adding/Editing information about the fascicle or issue
Elements of the Table of Contents of a fascicle or issue
2. XML JATS markup
Adding/Uploading the article onto the tagging system
Tagging the article’s <front> Metadata
Tagging the article’s <back> Metadata (Bibliography, references, notes and appendices)
Tagging the <body> (Full text of the article)
XML JATS markup: Equations
XML JATS markup: Tables and charts
XML JATS markup: Figures and graphs
Verifying warnings and correcting errors in the tagging process
3. Display of output files
Article readers and output files
Markup software AmeliCA XML compliant with JATS standards is offered by AmeliCA to scholarly journals that promate a non-profit publishing model to preserve the scholarly and open nature of scientific communication. What AmeliCA XML and its reading added values (HTML, ePUB, intelligent viewer, mobile viewer, PDF) aim is to provide visibility to scientific knowledge and consolidate a digital scientific communication through cutting-edge publishing technology.
AmeliCA XML Markup System