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WEBINAR RECORDING AVAILABLE: "VIVO Technical Deep Dive"

Winchester, MA  On June 11 Brian Lowe and Jim Blake from Cornell University presented, “VIVO Technical Deep Dive.”  This was the third and final webinar in the Hot Topics: The DuraSpace Community Webinar Series, "Series Five: VIVO: Research Discovery and Networking” curated by Dean Krafft. 
 

Clifford Lynch and David Wood to Speak at 2013 VIVO Conference

St. Louis, MO  The 2013 VIVO Conference is set for August 14-16 in St. Louis. Clifford Lynch, Executive Director at CNI, and David Wood, Chief Technology Officer at 3 Round Stones, will be speakers at the Conference. There's still time to take advantage of early bird registration rates (June 21) and submit a poster (June 12): http://bit.ly/12AUGrA

MOOCs and Libraries: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly, London, July 12

From Nicky Whitsed, Director of Library Services, The Open University

London, UK  The First European MOOCs and Libraries Conference, "MOOCs and Libraries: the good, the bad and the ugly", will be held on Friday July 12th, 2013 at the Pullman Hotel in Central London.

WORKSHOP: Linking and Contextualizing Publications and Datasets, Sept. 26, Malta

Valletta, Malta  A one-day workshop  on "Linking and Contextualizing Publications and Datasets" will be held in Valletta, Malta, on September 26, 2013. The workshop is sponsored by OpenAIREplus (www.openaire.eu) and EuroCRIS (www.eurocris.org) and is being offered In conjunction with TPDL 2013 (www.tpdl2013.info).

WEBINAR RECORDING AVAILABLE: " Case Studies: VIVO at Colorado, Brown, Duke, and Weill Cornell Medical College"

Winchester, MA  On June 4 DuraSpace offered the second webinar in the Hot Topics DuraSpace Community Webinar Series, "Series Five: VIVO: Research Discovery and Networking.”  Alex Viggio, University of Colorado, Boulder, Steven McCauley, Brown University, Julia Trimmer, Duke University and Paul Albert, Weill Cornell Medical College presented, “Case Studies: VIVO at Colorado, Brown, Duke, and Weill Cornell Medical College.”  The webinar succeeded in showing both the commonalitie,s and in some ways, quite different approaches to VIVO at each of the i

Hotels Filling Fast–Book now for Open Repositories 2013!

From Mark Leggott, Conference Chair, Sarah Shreeves, Program Chair and Jon Dunn, Program Chair

Charlottetown PEI, Canada  The premiere conference for digital repositories is being held in Charlottetown PEI, July 8-12. I encourage you to register and book your accommodation as soon as possible so you can join your colleagues for a week of stimulating discussion. The full schedule of events is now online and we have 2 great keynotes:
 

Northeastern University Libraries Joins the Fedora Futures Project as Platinum Sponsor

Winchester, MA  The Fedora Futures team is very pleased to extend a warm welcome to Northeastern University. Northeastern is one of several institutions who are answering the a call for serious community re-investment in Fedora, "our core digital asset management and preservation service".

PASIG WEBINAR: Stewarding Research Data with Fedora and Islandora, June 11

From Art Pasquinelli, Director Digital Libraries, Repositories, and Preservation, Oracle

Redwood City, CA  The next Preservation and Archiving Special Interest Group (PASIG) webinar will be held on June 11 at 11:30am EST. The webinar is free for ASIS&T members and $20 for non-ASIS&T members. Register here:

http://www.asis.org/Conferences/webinars/Webinar-PASIG-6-11-2013-registe...

Title: Stewarding Research Data with Fedora and Islandora

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