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Title: Sustaining Networks of Researchers: Experiences of the VIVO Collaboration at the University of Florida and The Scripps Research Institute
Physical Description: Conference Papers
Creator: 2011 NCNMLG/MLGSCA Joint Meeting ( Conference )
Auten, Beth ( Author, Primary )
King, Paula ( Author, Secondary )
Butson, Linda ( Author, Secondary )
Norton, Hannah ( Author, Secondary )
Tennant, Michele R. ( Author, Secondary )
Conlon, Mike ( Author, Secondary )
VIVO Collaboration ( Author, Secondary )
Publisher: Presented at the NCNMLG/MLGSCA Joint Meeting, San Francisco, February 24, 2011
Copyright Date: 2011
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Beth Auten
Reference and Liaison Librarian
Health Science Center Libraries, University of Florida

Co-Authors: Paula King, Linda Butson, Hannah Norton,
Michele R. Tennant, Mike Conlon, VIVO Collaboration


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requests for testing and feedback

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other information

* Feedback and questions from outreach
visits captured via Survey Monkey

* Communication with the rest of campus
via in-person visits to departments,
marketing and promotional materials,
and other media (LibGuide, etc.)





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* VIVO profiles for all 200 TSRI faculty,
26 core facilities staff, 15 scientific
departments, 11 centers & programs,
16 research core facilities

* Nearly 100 publications and three
dozen grants entered for a single
showcase department, pending
national release of data harvesters

* VIVO educational data exported for
re-use by IT Services in the redesign
of TSRI's institutional website


The University of Florida



* VIVO profiles for all UF faculty and
most staff- over 14,000 in all!

* Over 8,200 publications and 15,000
grants incorporated in profiles,
automated ingest from PubMed and
some other data sources

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and students across the health and
basic sciences

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* Automated ingest for
publications (PubMed) and
grants (NIH Reporter)

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VIVO and IT Services faculty
profile database

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presentations to all
departments (dependent upon
national VIVO release of faceted
searching and PubMed
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* Presentations about VIVO to
Liberal Arts, Education, Law,
Journalism, Business, and
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* Presentation to Faculty Senate

* Marketing posters distributed
campus-wide

* Training for self-editing and
webpage development

* Linkage between VIVO and UF's
Institutional Repository created





The grant period and beyond


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Question:
SVIVO profiles & IT profiles - how
will the systems co-exist?


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national VIVO network
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* Leverage & extend VIVO search
capabilities to library collections &
resources


The University of Florida


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* Who maintains?
* Who funds?

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* Make VIVO usable and useful
for the rest of campus

VIVO as an information resource
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* Promote to new faculty, post-docs,
and others
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