Content Profile/Linked Document [CP/LD] Working Group

Project Need

Users demand the delivery of contextualized, targeted content delivered as a natural part of their workflow; publishers aspire to produce machine-actionable FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) materials, but many publishing workflows are complicated in order to enable print and digital outputs.

Scope

This standard is an application of HTML5 and JSON-LD to create semantic relationships between data elements in scholarly publishing workflows and express machine actionable content, to ease reuse and interchange of scholarly research information. The format description defines a set of rules that outline the minimal characteristics of documents (Linked Documents) that conform to the standard and a mechanism to define more detailed Content Profiles that extend and refine the rules for specific use cases.

Documents

Committee Roster

Co-chairs

Members

Xiaoli Ma

Metadata Librarian
University of Florida Libraries

Matias Piipari

Senior Product Director - Collaborative Research and Authoring Tools
Atypon

Douglas Scheftner

Head of Information Standards
American Theological Library Association (ATLA)

Lucy Wang

Head of Digital Services
Bridgewater State University