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Discovery Indonesia Journal Hosting. Facilitate Internationalization of Indonesian Scientific Journals by Kosasih Iskandarsjah Founder Discovery Indonesia Journal Hosting. About the Speaker. CURRENT ASSIGNMENTS Founder of journal.discoveryindonesia.com and edu2000.org

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discovery indonesia journal hosting

Discovery IndonesiaJournal Hosting

Facilitate Internationalization of Indonesian Scientific Journals

by

Kosasih IskandarsjahFounderDiscovery Indonesia Journal Hosting

about the speaker
About the Speaker

CURRENT ASSIGNMENTS

  • Founder of journal.discoveryindonesia.com and edu2000.org
  • Publisher of DiscoveryIndonesia.com (online magazine)
  • Founder of PT eSolusi Pirantikita Esa (accounting/business software consultant)

PREVIOUS ASSIGNMENTS

  • Publishing Manager (journal publishing) at Elsevier
  • Acquisition Editor at McGraw-Hill Asia
  • Publishing Manager at Simon & Schuster Asia
  • Publishing Manager at Periplus Editions
  • Marketing Manager and later General Manager of PT Pantja Simpati printing company
  • Science Editor of Gramedia Publishing, and later director of PT Elex Media Komputindo

RELEVANT EDUCATION/TRAINING

  • Bogor Agricultural University (Class of 14)
  • Journal Management Training (Noordwijkerhout, Holland)
part of edu2000 initiative
Part of Edu2000 Initiative
  • e-Journal Publishing Systemhttp://journal.discoveryindonesia.comfor universities, professional associations, and research institutions
  • e-Portfoliofor post graduate research community
  • e-Learning Portal www.edu2000.orgfor Indonesian middle schools (SMP, SMU, SMK, MTs, and MA)
preview of edu2000 coverage http journal discoveryindonesia com
Preview of Edu2000 Coveragehttp://journal.discoveryindonesia.com
preview of edu2000 coverage http conference discoveryindonesia com
Preview of Edu2000 Coveragehttp://conference.discoveryindonesia.com
e journal hosting functionalities
e-Journal Hosting Functionalities

Three main functions

  • Online Submission System
  • Online Editorial & Production System
  • e-Journal Hosting

All throughhttp://journal.discoveryindonesia.com

why e journal
Why e-Journal?

Part of Journal Marketing

The four Ps in journal marketing mix are:

  • Product (the journal, print or electronic, tangible product or dissemination service)
  • Price (in this case also identifying the customer, libraries, readers or authors)
  • Promotion (promoting either the journals themselves or the platform carrying them)
  • Placement (delivery of print products, online access or on-site access)
input and output marketing
Input and Output Marketing
  • Input MarketingTarget: authors, readers, societiesPromoting the journal to get high quality manuscripts as well as world-class editorial involvement
  • Output MarketingTarget: librariansPromoting the journal to be included in the library collection
input marketing
Input Marketing
  • Very much about journal development and marketing communication
  • Refer to a particular journal and not the journal publishing platform
  • It’s all about quality and perception of quality of a journal
  • Promotion Using A&I and Search Engine
  • Linking: The Role of A&I
  • Prestige: Impact Factor
  • Promotion by Increasing Visibility
  • New Marketing Tools
output marketing
Output Marketing
  • Promoting the Journals of the Subjects?
  • Promotion to Librarian
  • Promotion Using A&I and Search Engine
  • Linking: The Role of A&I
  • Prestige: Impact Factor
placement print electronic platform
Placementprint, electronic, platform
  • Print only, print and/or electronic
  • Online submission system?
  • Electronic journal hosting or own website?
journal publishing in indonesia
Journal Publishing in Indonesia
  • To be eligible for accreditation print version is a must, electronic version is additional
  • Online submission system would encourage submissions from all over the world
  • Electronic journal hosting would increase visibility of the journals included in the same platform
output marketing target librarians
Output Marketingtarget: librarians
  • Product: print or electronic or both? A journal, subject, or platform?
  • Price: How much it would cost to subscribe to a journal or a subject, in its publishing platform
  • Promotion: to librarian not ultimate readers
  • Placement: How would the product be delivered (copies, access, local server?)
output marketing the journal or the subject
Output Marketingthe journal or the subject?
  • In print journal, we start with the actual copy of the journal, look at the index at the end of the volume and finding the suitable articles.
  • In electronic journals with the convenience of search facility, we can directly search the keyword and directly shown the suggested articles.
  • Promotion of journals, therefore, is aimed at librarian and not the ultimate user. Quality of articles in a journal (and hence the quality of the journal) is best promotion tool.
  • Librarian will check which journals give the highest impact at particular study field and this is done by abstracting and indexing (A&I) institutions, especially those provide citation index (list of articles citing a particular article
placement some consideration for platform
PlacementSome Consideration for Platform
  • Open access or subscription business model?
  • Open Access model: Register to OAI (Open Archive Initiative)
  • Subscription model: Register to CrossRef to get DOI (Document Object Identifier) for each article published online
placement some consideration for platform38
PlacementSome Consideration for Platform
  • Download Citation Support- EndNote- Reference Manager- ProCite
  • Indexing Metadata: Dublin Core
  • Compatible to COUNTER statistics?
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PlacementSome Consideration for Platform
  • PubMed XML Export Plugin
  • CrossRef XML Export Plugin
  • Erudit XML Export Plugin
  • Other XML Export Plugins for various useage: articles & issues, users
open journal system ojs
Open Journal System (OJS)
  • Sample:Journal.discoveryindonesia.com
  • Citation formats
  • Indexing Metadata
  • Open Archive Initiative
endnote citation format
EndNote Citation Format
  • %A Tahan Uji
  • %A Sunaryo -
  • %A Erlin Rachman
  • %D 2008
  • %T Keanekaragaman Jenis Benalu Parasit pada Tanaman Koleksi di Kebun Raya Eka Karya, Bali
  • %B 2008
  • %9 diversity; parasitic plants species; Loranthaceae; Eka Karya Botanical Garden; Bali
  • %! Keanekaragaman Jenis Benalu Parasit pada Tanaman Koleksi di Kebun Raya Eka Karya, Bali
  • %K diversity; parasitic plants species; Loranthaceae; Eka Karya Botanical Garden; Bali
  • %X Benalu is one of the parasitic plants which have attacked many collection plants species in Eka Karya Botanical Garden, Bali. Exploration and collection of these parasitic plants in this area are conducted. Four parasitic plants species, i.e. Dendrophthoe pentandra , Helixanthera cylindrica , Scurrula atropurpurea , and S. parasitica are recorded and they attack 32 collection plants species in Eka Karya Botanical Garden. Dendrophthoe pentandra is reported as the highest population species to parasiting collection plants species. While the Myrtaceae family and Syzygium genera are also reported as the highest parasited species. Key words: diversity, parasitic plants species, Loranthaceae, Eka Karya Botanical Garden, Bali
  • %U http://journal.discoveryindonesia.com/index.php/hayati/article/view/91
referencemanager citation format
ReferenceManager Citation Format
  • TY - JOUR
  • AU - Tahan Uji
  • AU - Sunaryo -
  • AU - Erlin Rachman
  • PY - 2008
  • TI - Keanekaragaman Jenis Benalu Parasit pada Tanaman Koleksi di Kebun Raya Eka Karya, Bali
  • JF - Berkala Penelitian Hayati; Vol 13, No 1 (2007)
  • Y2 - 2008
  • KW - diversity, parasitic plants species, Loranthaceae, Eka Karya Botanical Garden, Bali
  • N2 - Benalu is one of the parasitic plants which have attacked many collection plants species in Eka Karya Botanical Garden, Bali. Exploration and collection of these parasitic plants in this area are conducted. Four parasitic plants species, i.e. Dendrophthoe pentandra , Helixanthera cylindrica , Scurrula atropurpurea , and S. parasitica are recorded and they attack 32 collection plants species in Eka Karya Botanical Garden. Dendrophthoe pentandra is reported as the highest population species to parasiting collection plants species. While the Myrtaceae family and Syzygium genera are also reported as the highest parasited species. Key words: diversity, parasitic plants species, Loranthaceae, Eka Karya Botanical Garden, Bali
  • UR - http://journal.discoveryindonesia.com/index.php/hayati/article/view/91
procite citation format
ProCite Citation Format
  • TY - JOUR
  • AU - Tahan Uji
  • AU - Sunaryo -
  • AU - Erlin Rachman
  • PY - 2008
  • TI - Keanekaragaman Jenis Benalu Parasit pada Tanaman Koleksi di Kebun Raya Eka Karya, Bali
  • JF - Berkala Penelitian Hayati; Vol 13, No 1 (2007)
  • Y2 - 2008
  • KW - diversity; parasitic plants species; Loranthaceae; Eka Karya Botanical Garden; Bali
  • N2 - Benalu is one of the parasitic plants which have attacked many collection plants species in Eka Karya Botanical Garden, Bali. Exploration and collection of these parasitic plants in this area are conducted. Four parasitic plants species, i.e. Dendrophthoe pentandra , Helixanthera cylindrica , Scurrula atropurpurea , and S. parasitica are recorded and they attack 32 collection plants species in Eka Karya Botanical Garden. Dendrophthoe pentandra is reported as the highest population species to parasiting collection plants species. While the Myrtaceae family and Syzygium genera are also reported as the highest parasited species. Key words: diversity, parasitic plants species, Loranthaceae, Eka Karya Botanical Garden, Bali
  • UR - http://journal.discoveryindonesia.com/index.php/hayati/article/view/91
dublin core metadata
Dublin Core Metadata
  • Simple, designed for electronic content (journal articles, theses, and books)
  • Metadata for theses derived from Dublin Core: ETD (Electronic Theses and Dissertation) metadata (http://www.ndltd.org/help.en.html)
  • PQDT Open also using ETD:http://www.umi.com/products_umi/dissertations/pqdt.shtml
  • All can be indexed by Open Archive Harvester
open archive harvesting
Open Archive Harvesting
  • The Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH) provides an application-independent interoperability framework based on metadata harvesting. There are two classes of participants in the OAI-PMH framework:
  • Data Providers administer systems that support the OAI-PMH as a means of exposing metadata; and
  • Service Providers use metadata harvested via the OAI-PMH as a basis for building value-added services.
open archive harvester
Open Archive Harvester
  • A harvester is a client application that issues OAI-PMH requests. A harvester is operated by a service provider as a means of collecting metadata from repositories.
  • A repository is a network accessible server that can process the 6 OAI-PMH requests in the manner described in this document. A repository is managed by a data provider to expose metadata to harvesters.
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Open Archive Harvester

To allow various repository configurations, the OAI-PMH distinguishes between three distinct entities related to the metadata made accessible by the OAI-PMH:

  • resource - A resource is the object or "stuff" that metadata is "about". The nature of a resource, whether it is physical or digital, or whether it is stored in the repository or is a constituent of another database, is outside the scope of the OAI-PMH.
  • item - An item is a constituent of a repository from which metadata about a resource can be disseminated. That metadata may be disseminated on-the-fly from the associated resource, cross-walked from some canonical form, actually stored in the repository, etc.
  • record - A record is metadata in a specific metadata format. A record is returned as an XML-encoded byte stream in response to a protocol request to disseminate a specific metadata format from a constituent item.
lockss support
LOCKSS Support
  • Open Journal Systems supports the LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) system to ensure a secure and permanent archive for the journal.
  • LOCKSS is open source software developed at Stanford University Library that enables libraries to preserve selected web journals by regularly polling registered journal websites for newly published content and archiving it. Each archive is continually validated against other library caches, and if content is found to be corrupted or lost, the other caches or the journal is used to restore it.
  • Setting up LOCKSS support for Open Journal Systems does not need to take place until after publishing is fully underway, at which point follow these two steps:

a. Identify 6-10 libraries that will register and cache the journal. For example, turn to institutions where editors or Board members work and/or institutions already participating in LOCKSS.

b. Use the prepared invitations for (i) libraries participating in LOCKSS or (ii) libraries not yet participating in LOCKSS.

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LOCKSS Support
  • Registering to libraries which participate in LOCKSS would expand the exposure of the journal
  • The journal and articles in the journals would be searchable by Scirus (from Elsevier)
why host in singapore
Why Host in Singapore?
  • The Administrator lives di Singapore
  • Faster access for Indonesia and even faster for international
  • More available administrator facilities (not locked by the ISP)
  • Very much cheaper (therefore can be reselled also cheaper to journal offices make it virtually affordable to everyone)
  • Long term goal: not only Indonesia!
own hosting vs discovery indonesia
Own Hosting vs. Discovery Indonesia

ISP in Indonesia or Elsewhere

ISP in Singapore

Own Journal Hosting

Discovery Indonesia Journal Hosting

University Websites Promoting Their Journals

Web service company

Journal Admin

Author, Reviewer, Editor, Production

how much would it cost
How Much Would It cost?
  • Only Rp200.000,- per month per journal or website (unlimited space and bandwidth) – typically starts with 250 Mbyte per journal or website
  • Which include:- the three functionalities: online submission, online editorial and production, e-journal hosting- free upload for back issues or abstracts- continuous online support

Comparison only: hosting cost in Indonesia is typically Rp35.000,- per month for only 50 Mbyte, which means for 250 Mbyte would cost about Rp175.000,- per month (and that’s only hosting!)

are there any other cost
Are there any other cost?

Optional

  • Two-days training: Rp4.000.000,- for 4 attendes
  • Transportation and accommodation costs for 2 trainers
  • Additional training attendeesRp500.000,- per person
more information
More Information
  • Greater JakartaWahyu Arinto Nugroho +62-816-4281717BandungSugiri Kusteja +62-812-2012349
  • Other West JavaAmir Hamzah +62-813-24896484
  • Yogyakarta and Central JavaG. Aris Buntarman +62-812-8674709
  • Surabaya and East JavaAgung Puji Widodo +62-813-32609744

Or directly to the founder:

thank you

Thank You

Further inquiries:[email protected]

+65-96781536

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