Tag: Higher education

NOW AVAILABLE: VIVO 1.9.2

From Grahm Triggs, VIVO Tech Lead, on behalf of the VIVO team Austin, TX  VIVO 1.9.2 is now available. This is a minor release that addresses an ORCID integration issue, and a problem with creating new items. Downloads are available on the GitHub release page: https://github.com/vivo-project/VIVO/releases/tag/rel-1.9.2   Also, GEMET and LCSH vocabulary services have been… Read more »

GET READY for VIVO Camp in New Mexico

Austin, TX  The VIVO Project is pleased to announce that the first VIVO Camp will be offered April 6-8 (Thursday-Saturday) at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. The two and a half day camp will begin with the basics and build toward more advanced concepts–no prior VIVO experience is required. Participants can expect to… Read more »

VIVO Updates–Camp, Conference, Microsoft Academic

From Mike Conlon, VIVO Project Director VIVO Camp April 6-8.  Albuquerque, New Mexico.  The Camp will be a great opportunity to learn about VIVO.  New to VIVO?  This is the place to start.  Considering VIVO?  Even better – VIVO Camp will engage attendees about the why and how of VIVO implementations.  Click here to register now! VIVO 2017… Read more »

CALL for Participation in DSpace 7 Development

From Tim Donohue, DSpace Tech Lead, on behalf of the DSpace 7 team Austin, TX  Over the past month, developers and technologists from DuraSpace, Atmire, 4Science, Texas A&M and other institutions have established a DSpace 7 UI Working Group with the goals of creating a new Angular 2 user interface (UI) and refactoring the REST… Read more »

VIVO Updates–VIVO Camp, Triple Pattern Fragments

From Mike Conlon, VIVO Project Director Learning is fun!  Register now for VIVO Camp, April 6-8, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Join Violeta Ilik, Paul Albert, Mike Conlon and Graham Triggs for an introduction to everything VIVO.  If you are considering VIVO, planning a VIVO implementation, have started and need to know more, please plan to join us in Albuquerque!  Modeled after the highly successful Fedora… Read more »

Telling Fedora 4 Stories at Johns Hopkins Library with Sayeed Choudhury

“Telling Fedora 4 Stories” is an initiative aimed at introducing project leaders and their ideas to one another while providing details about Fedora 4 implementations for the community and beyond. The following interview, conducted by Carol Minton Morris with Sayeed Choudhury, Associate Dean for Research Data Management and Hodson Director of the Digital Research and… Read more »

NEW Demo from Hyku Repository (Hydra-In-A-Box) Team

From Mike Giarlo on behalf of the Hydra-in-a-Box repository application (Hyku) tech team Development on the Hydra-in-a-Box repository application (Hyku) continues, and here's our latest demo. Continued thanks to Indiana University for contributing to these sprints, and thanks to Notre Dame for joining the sprints. This demo covers work done in November and December of 2016—improved… Read more »

VIVO Updates for Dec 11–Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, PIDapalooza

From Mike Conlon, VIVO Project Director Welcome Universidad Carlos III de Madrid!  UC3M has a created a research portal using VIVO.  See https://researchportal.uc3m.es/  The site contains data on active researchers, publications from 2008 forward, and projects from 2006 forward.  The UC3M Research Portal home page succinctly describes the purpose of the site: Our aim is to… Read more »

Fedora, Museums, and the Web

Austin, TX  The annual Museums and the Web Conference (MW2017) will be held April 19-22, 2017 in Cleveland, Ohio featuring advanced research and exemplary applications of digital practice of interest to museums, galleries, libraries, science centers, and archives. Formal and informal networking events are scheduled throughout the event to bring attendees–webmasters, social media managers, educators,… Read more »

Report from Fedora Camp in NYC

Austin, TX  After successful Fedora Camps held at Duke University in North Carolina and Caltech in Southern California, the Fedora team hit the big city.  An intimate group of 22 Fedora enthusiasts came together at Columbia University in New York City November 28-30. Instructors from the US and Canada were on hand to teach and… Read more »