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VIVO: Reaching out to faculty in support of a national network of researchers Linda Butson vivo.ufl.edu

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Michele R. Tennant, AHIP, Bioinformatics Librarian and Assistant Director, Biomedical and HealthInformation Services, Health Science Center Libraries and UF Genetics Institute Valrie I. Davis, Outreach Librarian, Agricultural Sciences, Marston Science Library Sara Russell Gonzalez, Physical Sciences Librarian, Marston Science Library Amy G. Buhler, AHIP, Engineering Librarian, Marston Science Library Mary Edwards, Distance and Liaison Librarian, Health Science Center Libraries Nita Ferree, AHIP, Reference and Liaison Librarian, Health Science Center Libraries Rae Jesano, AHIP, Reference and Liaison Librarian, Health Science Center Libraries Hannah Norton, AHIP Reference and Liaison Librarian, Health Science Center Libraries Nancy Schaefer, AHIP, Reference and Liaison Librarian, Health Science Center Libraries MargeauxC. Johnson, Instruction Services Coordinator, Marston Science Library Sara Henning, Marketing Coordinator, Health Science Center Libraries Beth Auten, Reference and Liaison Librarian, Health Science Center Libraries Mike Conlon, Principal Investigator and Interim Director, Biomedical Informatics VIVO Collaboration, Gainesville, FL.Co-Authors:

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What is VIVO? …populated with detailed profiles of faculty and researchers; displaying items such as publications, teaching, service, and professional affiliations; a powerful search functionality for locating people and information within or across institutions. An open source s emantic web application that enables the discovery of research and scholarship across disciplines in an institution…

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The application which supports VIVO was originally developed at Cornell University in 2003. VIVO is being expanded through a $12.2 million grant from the National Center for Research Resources (NCRR) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). UF is leading the grant with six other participating institutions: Cornell University Weill Cornell Medical College Indiana University School of Medicine, Washington University in St. Louis The Scripps Research Institute Ponce School of Medicine in Puerto RicoHistory of VIVO

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Is/not “Facebook” for researchers? (IS) Enables the discovery of researchers, papers, grants, projects all across the university (IS NOT) Presents information about researchers from authoritative sources Collaboration of Science

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•Research institutions can be extremely large •How can administrators showcase and monitor research activity, track competitors, and stay abreast of current research inside large institutions, at other institutions, and globally? AdministratorsCurrent Challenges •Research is becoming highly interdisciplinary •How can researchers find collaborators, track competitors, and stay abreast of current research inside large institutions, at other institutions, and globally? Researchers •Researchers increasingly use online resources—Rarely visit the physical library •Difficult for librarians to stay involved with the research process—Need to be aware of current trends and research for collection building and designing new services Academic Libraries

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A VIVO profile will allow researchers to: Showcase credentials, expertise, skills, and professional achievements. Showcase credentials, expertise, skills, and professional achievements. Connect within research areas and geographic expertise. Connect within research areas and geographic expertise. Simplify reporting tasks. Simplify reporting tasks. Publish the URL or link the profile to other applications. Publish the URL or link the profile to other applications. Map colleagues by research area, authorship, and collaborations. Map colleagues by research area, authorship, and collaborations.

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Who can use VIVO?…and many more!

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Data stored as RDF triples using standard ontology How does VIVO work? Internal data sources: • UF directory • PeopleSoft and DSR • Office of Sponsored Research • Institutional Repositories • Registrar System • Faculty Activity Systems • Events and Seminars VIVO data is available for reuse by web pages, applications, and other consumers both within and outside the institution. External data sources: • Publication warehousese.g. PubMed Web of Science, Elsevier (Scopus) • Grant databases: e.g. NSF/ NIH • National Organizations: AAAS, AMA, etc. Faculty and unit administrators can then add additional information to their profile.

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Libraries: • Neutral, trusted entities • Tradition of service/support for all missions of institution • Administration • Teaching/learning • Research • Fund raising • Tech centers • Know organization/institution • Establish/maintain close relationships with clients • Understand value of collaboration and can often bring people together • Understand user groups’ ethos, environment, needs • Have some level of data expertise –organization, manipulation, storage/retrieval, usability Library Staff: Why involveLibraries/Librarians?

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Content Development •Identification of desirable data •Negotiation for use/access of that data •Selection of content types and the controlled vocabulary/ontology Training and Support•Development of instruction manuals, tutorials •Presentations, videos and demo templates •Help-desk support, web site FAQs Communications•Conference, presentations to recruit potential collaborators •Feedback from presentations to help technical team refine the interface •Construction/maintenance of website (http://vivoweb.org) •User forums to create community of support Marketing•Demonstrations/exhibits, confe rences, workshops, website •Distribution of PR materialsLibrary staff as facilitators: UF model

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Outreach Team: • Liaison librarians from Health Science Center Libraries • Subject specialists from Marston Science LibraryLocal Outreach:what’s happening at UF Year One: • Tested relationships between colleges, departments, and individuals and manually added overview information • Collected and entered CVs from showcase departments Year Two • Began outreach to liaison departments and colleges in September –speaking at various venues • Training for self editing • Campus wide kick off event

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3 Prongs of UF Outreach Raising awareness • What is VIVO? • Why would I use VIVO? Teaching basic use • Features currently available in UF VIVO • Navigating and searching Supporting advanced use • Editing your own profile • Mapping a CV to fields in VIVO

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UF Outreach present and futurePhased Approach• Health,& Basic Sciences, Engineering Fall 2010 • Engineering, Liberal Arts, Agriculture, Spring 2011 Fine Arts, Education • Law, Journalism,Construction, Business Summer 2011• 400 –500 visits a day (on weekdays) to vivo.ufl.edu • 17,780 profiles available in vivo.ufl.edu • Includes: 16 Colleges and 176 Departments • 34+ department visits on VIVO by UF team members • 14 VIVO conference presentations

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For more information: vivoweb.org/conferenceHow you can become involved?• Visit VIVOweb.org to request a demo, receive more information on the project, upcoming releases, and project downloads. • Save the Date! 2011 VIVO National Conference will be hosted at the Gaylord National Hotel in Washington DC August 24 –26, 2011 • Become a fan. Join us on Facebookat: http://www.facebook.com/VIVOCollaboration • Submit any questions or feedback to: http://vivoweb.org/contact


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Title: VIVO: Reaching out to faculty in support of a national network of researchers
Series Title: Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association 2010 Annual Meeting, Chapel Hill, NC
Physical Description: Conference Papers
Creator: Butson, Linda C
Tennant, Michele R
Davis, Valrie I
Gonzalez, Sara Russell
Buhler, Amy G
Edwards, Mary
Ferree, N
Jesano, Rae
Norton, Hannah F
Schaefer, Nancy M
Johnson, Margeaux
Henning, Sara
Auten, Beth
Conlon, Mike
Vivo Collaboration
Conference: Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association 2010 Annual Meeting, Chapel Hill, NC
Publication Date: October 15, 2010
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* 14 VIVO conference presentations


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* Visit to request a demo, receive more
information on the project, upcoming releases,
and project downloads.
* Save the Date!
2011 VIVO National Conference will be hosted at
the Gaylord National Hotel in Washington DC
August 24- 26, 2011
* Become a fan. Join us on Facebook at:
http://www.facebook.com/VIVOCollaboration
* Submit any questions or feedback to:
http://vivoweb.org/contact
UFa George A. Smathers
U Libraries
UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA




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