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Christine Cormack Wood

Based in Oxford, Chrissie is responsible for all Marketing and Communications activity at Crossref. Before joining Crossref she worked with a number of global multinational corporations, bringing business strategies to life through innovative and integrated omni-channel marketing. Having lived and worked across Asia and the Middle East for almost twenty years, she has extensive global experience and a truly international outlook. With a savvy approach to tactical planning, Chrissie is now happily bringing her skills to supporting the Member and Community Outreach team to meet Crossref’s educational and awareness objectives.

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Using the Crossref REST API. Part 6 (with NLS)

Continuing our blog series highlighting the uses of Crossref metadata, we talked to Ulf Kronman, Bibliometric Analyst at the National Library of Sweden about the work they’re doing, and how they’re using our REST API as part of their workflow.

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Christine Cormack Wood – 2017 September 26

In CommunityEvent Data

We know that research communication happens everywhere, and we want your help in finding it! From October 9th we will be collecting links sent in by you through a social campaign across Twitter and Facebook called #BestBlogsRead. Simply send us links to the blogs YOU like to read It’s easy to participate, all you have to do is watch out for the daily tweets and facebook posts and then send us links to the blogs (and news sites) you read.

Crossref at the Frankfurt Book Fair

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Christine Cormack Wood – 2017 September 26

In MeetingsCommunity

We’ll be at booth M82 in the Hotspot area of Hall 4.2 and would love to meet with you. Let us know if you’re interested in chatting with one of us - about anything at all.

Using the Crossref REST API. Part 5 (with OpenCitations)

As part of our blog post series on the Crossref REST API, we talked to Silvio Peroni and David Shotton of OpenCitations (OC) about the work they’re doing, and how they’re using the Crossref REST API as part of their workflow.

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