Dr. Ina Blümel, Lambert Heller
Science 2.0 Conference
Hamburg, 26.3.2014
VIVO for Scientific Communities
Making researcher...
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• Expanding from the holdings / documents paradigm
to research community services, focussing on actual
researchers, thei...
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• Added value by merging & linking research
information from various sources
• Model for linkable research information (...
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• European community building: VIVO Bootcamps at
SWIB (Semantic Web in Libraries) 2013, and
forthcoming at ELAG Conferen...
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Beitrag von Dr. Ina Blümel und Lambert Heller (Open Science Lab der Technischen Informationsbibliothek) auf der ersten Internationalen Science 2.0 Konferenz, Hamburg, 26.3.2014
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VIVO for Scientific Communities - Making researchers & their activities discoverable

  1. 1. Dr. Ina Blümel, Lambert Heller Science 2.0 Conference Hamburg, 26.3.2014 VIVO for Scientific Communities Making researchers & their activities discoverable
  2. 2. 2 • Expanding from the holdings / documents paradigm to research community services, focussing on actual researchers, their activities and contexts • Institutional Research information systems (CRIS): Huge & necessary, but still just the 1st step! • Challenge: from the vast array of research information on the web to browsing in complete & linked researcher profiles in one research area • Objective: to demonstrate and to develop the potential of VIVO (harvesting & linking information) Challenges & Objectives
  3. 3. 3 • Added value by merging & linking research information from various sources • Model for linkable research information (with linked open data ontologies such as FOAF) • VIVO as free & open source software • Originally developed at Cornell with NSF funding, now supported by a consortium at DuraSpace • Numerous implementations, previously primarily in the English-language bio/medical area (CTSA) VIVO ontology & tools
  4. 4. 4 • European community building: VIVO Bootcamps at SWIB (Semantic Web in Libraries) 2013, and forthcoming at ELAG Conference (European Library Automation Group), 10-13 June 2014, Bath • Prototype: „VIVO – Harvesting and Structuring Research Information“, student project at HsH • Policy & Standards Making: Position paper DINI AG FIS, german Wikipedia article on CRIS / FIS • DFG application: „German Academic Web“ Activities
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