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  • How to Relieve the Pressure of Accelerating Content Demand

    Publishers in all industries, especially those delivering scientific, technology, and medical information and products, feel the pressure from customers to make content available anytime, anywhere, on any device. Publishers need to manage that pressure with a content strategy to develop materials from scratch, but should also focus on a significant alternative: extracting extraordinary value from legacy content that exists in a variety of formats and locations.

  • XML & HTML Conversion

    DCL prepares digital content for electronic publishing, data distribution, and the Web; converting all types of information from all major word processing, typesetting, and document formats, as well as paper, into all structured formats, including XML, S1000D, SGML, proprietary schemas, and others.

  • PubMed/NLM

    DCL specializes in the conversion of documents to the PubMed Central Journal Article Tag Suite (JATS) specification for institutional repositories, commercial publishers and association publishers. The JATS specification includes NML XML for journals and manuscripts as well as Bookshelf XML for books. DCL provides conversion of back-files on ongoing projects.

  • Library Digitization

    Bridge the gap between antiquated processes and the latest technology with DCL’s library digitization services for records, collections, and repositories. DCL can help libraries and other institutions preserve valuable collections as well as reduce costs, save space and improve service by employing centralized databases, online services, mobile apps, and other specialized electronic enhancements. DCL is adept at working with archival and unique projects including special handling techniques required for rare fragile documents.

  • Library of Congress eSerials

    DCL has entered into a cooperative agreement with the Library of Congress (LOC) to act as an agent for deposit of eSerials on behalf of publishers to fulfill mandatory deposit demands and deposits in support of copyright registration at the U.S. Copyright Office and Library of Congress.

  • eBook Production

    As the mobile marketplace continues to expand and create new opportunities in technology, DCL continues to adapt to these changes to develop and produce the best eBook conversions possible.

  • Document Conversion

    DCL sets the industry standard in transforming content, meeting the needs of modern technologies today and in the future. Maximizing our proven, proprietary methodology and decades of in-house experience, we convert every type of information—paper as well as all major word processing, typesetting, and document formats—to virtually any target structured or unstructured format including custom and highly specialized DTDs and schemas. Our familiarity with the complex technical documentation ensures that no project is beyond our capabilities. We shine where others fall short!

  • Data Conversion Laboratory Announces Agreement with U.S. Copyright Office to be its First Agent for Deposit for eSerials

    Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL), the industry leader in digitizing, converting, and reorganizing content, announced today it has entered into a co-operative agreement with the Library of Congress (LOC) to act as an agent for deposit of eSerials on behalf of publishers to fulfill mandatory deposit demands and deposits in support of copyright registration at the U.S. Copyright Office and Library of Congress. This agreement follows a Request for Information about Normalized Electronic Serial Content issued by LOC in April 2012, and subsequent public notice of invitation for third parties to act as agents for deposit.

  • Library of Congress eSerials

    DCL has entered into a cooperative agreement with the Library of Congress (LOC) to act as an agent for deposit of eSerials on behalf of publishers to fulfill mandatory deposit demands and deposits in support of copyright registration at the U.S. Copyright Office and Library of Congress.

  • Best Practices for and Common Pitfalls in Creating Device Listing Files

    Since June 2009, all drug listing submissions have been done electronically using Structured Product Labeling (SPL) files. Now, devices can be listed using SPL as well. While the FDA does not require that devices be listed using SPL, the ability to do is there, with benefits including providing product exposure on sites such as the National of Library of Medicine’s (NLM) DailyMed.

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