News, Events, and Industry Updates for the Scholarly Publishing Community





Streamlining Standards Publishing with eXtyles STS

If you move in standards circles, you may already know some essential facts about NISO STS (ANSI/NISO Z39.102:2017, the Standards Tag Suite): Read More


Going Meta with STS: Video and Slides from NFAIS Lunch & Learn with Bruce Rosenblum

On September 26, Inera’s Bruce Rosenblum presented a lively Lunch & Learn webinar for NFAIS (the National Federation of Advanced Information Services) on the Standards Tag Suite (STS), the standard for XML markup of standards - and now we’re excited to share it with you! Read More


Inside the Past, Present, and Future of JATS with Bruce Rosenblum

The Journal Article Tag Suite (JATS) DTD and its predecessors have been the standard for online journal publishing for over a decade—but how much do you know about how that standard came to be? Read More


NFAIS Lunch & Learn: Going Meta with STS! The New NISO Standard for XML Tagging of Standards

In this webinar, Inera CEO and STS Working Group co-chair Bruce Rosenblum will give an overview of the STS project and the impact it will have on the publication, distribution, and use of standards. Read More


May 2017 Newsletter



eXtyles, Edifix, and industry updates from the Inera Newsletter.  Read More


Presentations available for NISO XML for Standards Publishers Event

Slide presentations are now posted online from XML for Standards Publishers: A NISO Connections Live Event, which was held on April 24, 2017, at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC.  Read More


STS Draft Standard & DTD Released for Public Comment Period

The NISO STS Working Group announced today that the draft standard STS: Standards Tag Suite, NISO Z39.102-201x, has been posted at http://www.niso.org/workrooms/sts/ for public comment. Co-chaired by Inera CEO Bruce Rosenblum and Robert Wheeler, Director of Publishing Technology at ASME, the group has been working for the past 18 months to develop this "standard for standards", aligned with JATS and designed to promote interoperability and increase options for co-publication and distribution of standards. Read More




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