Tag: VIVO

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Releases VIVO Research Portal

From José Luis Martín Muñoz, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Madrid, Spain  We are happy to announce the launch of the UC3M Research Portal at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. This VIVO-based platform aims to show all research work being done at our institution. We invite you to take a look and comment. The portal is read-only (there's… Read more »

Thank you to Our 2016 Members

Austin, TX  The 2016 DuraSpace Membership Campaign closed at the end of October. By joining DuraSpace this year 159 members are now connected with the DSpace, Fedora and VIVO projects they depend on. DuraSpace members become open source project part-owners who actively help advance project goals by participating in project governance. Thank you to all… Read more »

VIVO Updates Nov 21–New Member Stanford U, Theming task force, Conference Web Site–Workshop

From Mike Conlon, VIVO project director Stanford University becomes a member.  Stanford University has joined Duraspace as a member supporting VIVO.  Stanford is very active in the Fedora project, and Linked Data for Libraries. Becoming a member is a fantastic way to support the future development of VIVO.  Members can engage in VIVO Project Governance, helping… Read more »

VIVO Updates for Nov 6–Development, Conference Vice Chairs, Membership

From Mike Conlon, VIVO project director Development Call this Thursday (Nov 10)  The Development Interest Group continues its review of VIVO 1.10 Release Planning, JIRAs related to the development, and the work of task forces contributing to the development.  All developers are welcome to join the call, this Thursday November 10, at 1 PM US Eastern time.  Click here for the WebEx meeting.… Read more »

VIVO Updates for Oct 30—About Outreach, Engagement, Social Media

From Mike Conlon, VIVO project director Outreach and Engagement call this Thursday  Join us this Thursday at 1 PM US Eastern time for the monthly call of the Outreach and Engagement Interest Group.  All are welcome!  The group discusses all issues regarding getting the word out about VIVO, engaging faculty, project management, change management, use cases,… Read more »

VIVO Updates Oct 23–Welcome New Member UCSF, Opportunities to Help

From Mike Conlon, VIVO project director Welcome UCSF as a new member!  The University of San Francisco (UCSF) has joined Duraspace as a bronze member supporting VIVO!  UCSF is one of the leading biomedical research universities in the world.  UCSF contributes expertise in many ways to the VIVO project: Eric Meeksfrom UCSF serves on the VIVO Steering… Read more »

VIVO Updates for Oct 9–VIVO 1.9.1, VIVO 1.10, Membership, Development

From Mike Conlon, VIVO project director VIVO 1.9.1 is available!  VIVO 1.9.1 has been released and is available here.  Release notes are available here.  VIVO 1.9.1 is a minor maintenance release that addresses several issues: Responsiveness of the Capability Map has been improved Turtle support has been added to the filegraph loader schema.org errors on profile pages have… Read more »

Open Repositories 2017–Now Open for Online Submissions

From the organisers of the Twelfth International Conference on Open Repositories, OR2017 Brisbane, Australia  The OR17 Call for Proposals is available on the conference web site: http://or2017.net/call-for-proposals/ The Twelfth International Conference on Open Repositories, OR2017, will be held on June 26th-30th, 2017 in Brisbane, Australia. The organisers are pleased to issue this call for contributions to the program,… Read more »

VIVO Updates for Sept. 25–VIVO at East Carolina University, Java Changes

From Mike Conlon, VIVO project director East Carolina VIVO!  Congratulations to the team at East Carolina University on the launch of their VIVO site VIVO Research and Expertise Across East Carolina University.  Based on version 1.9, the site showcases more than 1,000 faculty, 10,000 academic articles and other works, 850 organizations, campus buildings, and much more.  What a great site!… Read more »

ONLINE DSpace, Fedora and VIVO Technical Specifications

Austin, TX  Get current technical facts about DSpace, Fedora and VIVO in a concise format online, or as a downloadable PDF. Overview technical specifications for each DuraSpace open source project offer a basic description, history, a typical product use case, an architectural overview, key features and more. • DSpace technical specifications here. • Fedora technical… Read more »