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ISO 8:2019 download.Information and documentation Presentation and identification of periodicals.
Periodicals, whatever their medium, play a critical role in the information society, and more specifically in the global information infrastructure. Citations to articles in scholarly journals, whether in print or in electronic journals, form the basis for much scholarly research. Popular trade magazines as well as newsletters are used by authors, researchers, and students of all ages. Search, discovery, and use of the wide range of today’s periodicals require that they provide reliable identification and display of key information by following standardized principles and procedures.
When ISO/R 8-1954, the predecessor to ISO 8, was published, there was no digital publishing, nor were there identification standards such as ISSN or ISBN. The evolution of the publishing market in recent decades, the use of media other than paper, and the evolution of identification standards have made it necessary to revise ISO 8 to include recommendations applicable to all possible media.
ISO 8 is based in part on the first edition of ISO 8 for its recommendations pertaining to print periodicals, and on NISO RP-16-2013[11, for its recommendations concerning digital periodicals.
1 Scope
ISO 8 establishes the minimum characteristics required for the presentation and identification of periodicals Including not only the obvious traditional elements that print periodicals typically display (e.g title, ISSN, publisher, date), but also the “footprints of periodicals published on digital dynamic media that enable them to be traced along the path of their history, such as changes of URL and publisher or content provider. Furthermore, this document provides information about persistent identifiers, using ISSN. and citation of periodicals (especially when published online or digitized and when titles have changed). It also makes specific recommendations for presentation and Identification aspects of retrospective digitization of periodicals.
ISO 8 is applicable to a subcategory of continuing resources identifiable as periodicals’ (see Clause 3).
NOTE. I For the purposes of this document, newspapers are not considered to be periodicals; therefore. specialized information relevant only to newspapers Is not included.
ISO 8 does not specifically address or apply to books, Including series of books, nor to content that is continuously updated such as loose-leaf services, databases, online reference works, and most webs ites.
NOTE 2 For information about series titles, see ISO 7275.
ISO 8 focuses only or, elements of periodicals — printed. born-digital or retrospectively digitized — that relate to the presentation of title and supporting descriptive Information, as well as practices related to title identification and content access over time. Therefore, this document is not concerned with the overall design of the periodical, except where that design affects the presentation of the title and has unintended consequences for resource discovery and access to earlier content. Neither is it concerned with the technical specifications for print, born-digital or digitized periodicals. The recommendations might not apply in all circumstances, and do not always accommodate certain artistic, technical or advertising considerations.
ISO 8 contains recommendations intended to enable editors and publishers of periodicals to identify and present key information in a form that will help users discover, cite and access their information over time and through any changes. This benefits all stakeholders of the periodical supply chain: publishers, content providers, authors. libranans, and researchers,
The recommendations address the following:
— display of periodical title(s) and other critical identifying information: Issues, numbering systems, pagination, etc.;
— retention of title and citation information under which articles were originally published;
— display of title histories, I.e. changes in titles over time together with their dates of coverage:
— specification of appropriate metadata for digital periodicals;
NOTE 3 This document concentrates on metadata elements which are applicable at the title-level and does not provide guidelines for complete article-level metadata.
— display of correct ISSN, including different ISSN for each format, language edition, and for changed titles;
continuing resource
publication, in any medium, that is Issued over time with no predetermined conclusion and made available to the public
ISOURCE: Iso 51 27:2017.
integrating resource
publication, either finite or with no predetermined conclusion, that is added to or changed by updates that do not remain discrete and are integrated into the whole and made available to the public in any product form
ISOURCE: ISO 5127:2017,, modified — The example has been omitted.I
digital serial
serial that has been retrospectively digitized or born digital
electronic lournal e-journal
serial digital document, licensed or not, where searchable text is prevalent, and which can be seen In analogy to a print serial publication
fSOURCE: ISO 5127:2017, modified — Notes to entry have been omitted I
periodical devoted to disseminating original research and commentary on current developments in a specific discipline, subdiscipline. field of study or profession, published over a period of time, or article by article online
EXAMPLE Jouras) of Clinical Epidemiology.
serial generally characterized by variety of contents and contributors, both within one Issue (119) of the publication and from one issue to another
Note Ito entry: Each Issue or part is usually composed of more than one Intellectual contribution (article, essay. review, note. etc.) issues or parts are not substituted by updating issues or parts.
Note 2 to entry: The periodical has no predetermined conclusion.
(SOURC& ISO 5127:2017.
publication in print or in non-print form, issued in successive parts, usually having numerical or chronological designations, and Intended to be continued indefinitely, whatever Its perlodicity
Note 1 to entry: Serials can include periodicals. jo4jrnals, newspapers, annuals, etc.
Note 2 to entry: Publications of limited duration (e.g. newsletters of events) are also considered serials
ISOURCE: ISO 5127:2017.3. 4.1.2H.01I
special Issue
issue (112) of a periodical focused on a certain topic and/or published with a chronology (j,3j) outside of the official publication schedule
13.2 FIle formats applicable to retrospective preservation
13.2.1 General provisions
Open formats and standards should be preferred over propnetary formats to ensure long-term access to files and reliable maintenance of the format.
13.2.2 PDF/A
ISO 19005-1. Iso 19005-2 and ISO 19005-3 define PDF/A, a file format based on PEW, whlch provides a mechanism (or representing electronic documents in a manner that preserves their visual appearance over time. Independent of the tools and systems used for creating. storing or rendering these files.” PDF/A-1 specifies the use of PDF 1.4 for long-term preservation of digital documents. PDF/A-2 specifies the use of PEW 1.7 for preserving the static visual representation of page-based documents over time. PDF/A-3 extends the capabilities of PDF/A-2 by allowing any type of content to be included as an embedded file or attachment.
13.23 EPUB
The EPIJB technical standard is published by the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF). now part of W3C. It Is an c-book file format that can be downloaded and read on devices such as smartphones. tablets, computers, and c-readers. EPUB 3.01 includes support for precise layout and specialized formatting. EPIJB 3.2 also supports remotely-hosted resources and additional font formats.
EPUB 3.2 is a minor revision o the EPIJB 3 specification, which can be considered as a successor to both EPIJB 3.0,1 and EPLIB 3.1. EPUB 3.1 did not receive wide adoption, and the Community Group decided to create EPIJB 3.2 to be strongly backward-compatible with EPUB 3.0.1. while retaining many of the changes made in EPIJB 3.1. (A given version of EPUH is said to be strongly backwards-compatible with an older version hand only If any EPUB publication conformant to the older version Is also conlormant to the newer version.) All valid EPUB 3.0.1 files will also be valid EPUB 3.2 files.
As of this writing, EPUB 3.2 is in draft version; also there is no EPIJB/A but a specification which can be used when creating EPUB documents (or archival purposes is being developed.
(See for future updates.)
13.3 Related standards
See related ISO standards and technical reports: ISO 14641, ISO/TR 17797. ISO/TR 18492. and ISO 19005-1, ISO 19005-2 and ISO 19005-3.

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