The National Information Standards Organization (NISO) announces the publication of a new recommended practice, Protocol for Exchanging Serial Content (PESC) (NISO RP-23-2015), which provides guidance on the best way to manage the elements of digital serial content packaging in a manner that aids both the content provider and the content recipient in understanding what has been delivered and received.
"Many diverse organizations-such as publishers, content aggregators, archives, and indexing services- exchange and work with the heterogeneous digital files that make up serial content," states Kimberly A. Tryka, Research Data Librarian, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and Co-chair of the NISO PESC Working Group. "Organizations that exchange serial content know that lack of consistency in packaging and describing the items being exchanged leads to frustration and inefficiency. The PESC recommended practice is intended to inform members of the scholarly information community about preferred practices for packaging and exchanging serial content which can enable the creation of better automated processes to receive and manage serial content." ...more
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