Publication Boundary

Signposting the Scholarly Web

Use Typed Links in HTTP Link headers to help machines find the resources that make up a publication.

The following relation types are used in the Publication Boundary pattern:
  • To connect the resources that make up a publication: item, collection
  • To express the media type of the linked resource: type

Publication Boundary Approaches

Select your portal's approach and inspect how to implement Signposting

  • Landing Page ➞ Publication Resources

    The typical entry point for a publication in the portal is a landing page, which links to resources that are part of the publication such as various renderings of an article, supplementary information, data, etc.
    Example 1 »   Example 2 »   Example 3 »   Example 4 »

  • Publication ➞ Other Publication Resources

    The typical entry point for a publication in the portal is an HTML rendering of an article, which links to other resources that are part of the publication such as different renderings of an article, supplementary information, data, etc.
    Example »