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VIVO: Discovery for Research and Scholarship
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Title: VIVO: Discovery for Research and Scholarship
Physical Description: Presentation
Creator: Conlon, Michael
Publisher: University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville, FL
Publication Date: April 26, 2012
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Acquisition: Collected for University of Florida's Institutional Repository by the UFIR Self-Submittal tool. Submitted by Michael Conlon.
Publication Status: Published
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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What is VIVO? Research and Scholarship Discovery Across the University of Florida A service of the Clinical and Translational Science Institute A Grant $12.3M 2 year ARRA/NCRR to seven schools UF (lead), Cornell, Indiana, Washington University, Weill Cornell Medical College, Scripps Research Institute, Ponce Medical School A Community Rapidly growing group of collaborators, adopter, agencies around the country and world implementing VIVO for research and scholarship discovery Work in Progress Development, implementation, outreach

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Research and Scholarship Discovery Provide linked information about research and scholarship: people, papers, grants, organizations, resources, studies, creative works, datasets Searchable Authoritative Linked Open Reusable V isualized

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VIVO at UF VIVO at UF currently contains 6,928 faculty, 18,427 grants, 8,752 organizations, 66,825 course sections and 12,553 publications. Grants are linked to people, organizations. Full navigation. Linked data An organization lists its grants and investigators. An investigator lists grants and organizations. A grant lists its organizations and investigators. Example: UF Department of Chemistry page lists 327 awards, each linked to faculty involved

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Faculty and staff profiles provide linked information regarding scholarly activity Visualizations show co author, co investigator networks and compare activity over time

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Future Uses for VIVO Identify potential collaborators and mentors Find investigators by location Find mentors Understand social networks of scholarship Find resources and the people who use them Route information based on interests Link and query externally curated information Predict team success

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Collaboration and Coordination At UF Libraries, CTSI, AHC IT, Office of Research, Enterprise Systems, Registrar, Business Services Federal agencies Publishers and Aggregators Elsevier, Thomson Reuters, ORCID, CiteSeer Arxiv CrossRef Dspace Ontology partners EuroCRIS CASRAI, OBO, Eagle Professional Societies International Semantic Web community DERI, Tim Berners Lee, MyExperiment ConceptWeb Open Pharma Social Network Analysis Community Six sub awards to Duke, Pittsburgh, Leicester, Stonybrook Weill, Indiana Addtn Schools and Consortia CTSAs, Iowa, Harvard, UCSF, Stanford, MIT, Brown, Duke, Johns Hopkins, Colorado, OHSU, Minnesota, more than 100 Application and service providers over 100 Software downloads (over 16,000) and contact list (over 1,600)

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2012 VIVO Conference August 22 24, 2012 ~ Miami, FL Register at vivoweb.org/conference VIVO is supported by NIH Award U24 RR029822