PartnersThe Lithuanian Academy of SciencesVilnius Gediminas Technical University

Organizers:  CrossRef  and the Association of Lithuanian Serials


Aim and scope
The workshop will consider good practice publishing for journals and books, how CrossRef services can improve digital journal and book quality, and ways to promote ethical publishing.

It will also demonstrate how CrossRef services can enable digital journals and books to meet international publishing standards.

The workshop has been developed from the highly successful annual meetings held in the US and UK and is being held in Vilnius to allow those unable to travel to the UK or US to participate.


Target audience: journal editors, publishers, technicians, etc.

Date:  11 June 2015 (Thursday)

Venue: The Lithuanian Academy of Sciences, Gedimino pr. 3, Vilnius, Lithuania


There is no charge for attending, but all delegates must register before the event. Places are restricted, so please register early.




9:30 Welcome Address (Valdemaras Razumas, The President of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences and Eleonora Dagienė, The President of the Association of Lithuanian Serials)


9:15 An Introduction to CrossRef (Ginny Hendricks)

Video  and   PDF.

9:45 Good Practice Publishing (Pippa Smart)

Video   and   PDF.

10:15 The importance of Archiving (Kim Smilay, CLOCKSS)

Video   and   PDF.

11:00 CrossRef and DOIs (Pippa Smart)

Video   and   PDF.

11:30 Case Study: Experience with Depositing DOIs and Metadata (Roberta Poderytė, VGTU Press)

Video   and   PDF.

11.45 CrossRef Multiple Resolution (Pippa Smart)

Video   and   PDF.

11:55 CrossRef Metadata (Rachael Lammey, CrossRef)

Video   and   PDF.

13:30 Managing Plagiarism: CrossCheck. Managinng errata and retractions: CrossMark (Pippa Smart and Rachael Lammey, CrossRef)

Video   and   PDF.

Video   and   PDF.

15:45 Tracking usage: Cited-By Linking. FundRef and working with research funders (Pippa Smart, CrossRef)

Video   and   PDF.

Video   and   PDF.

16:30 Workshop Closing Remarks (Ginny Hendricks, CrossRef)



Photos from the workshop. Photographer Aleksas Jaunius.