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Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks
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Solving the Challenge of Connecting People and Author Networks

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Presented by Dr. Jay Ven Eman, CEO of Access Innovations, Inc. on September 14, 2011. Part three of the Special Libraries Association's Leveraging Your Taxonomy series.

Presented by Dr. Jay Ven Eman, CEO of Access Innovations, Inc. on September 14, 2011. Part three of the Special Libraries Association's Leveraging Your Taxonomy series.

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    • 1. Welcome to the SLA Taxonomy Division’s
      “Webinar Wednesdays”
      September 14, 2011, 1:00 PM EDT
      Today’s Topic: Solving the Challenge of
      Connecting People and Author Networks
      Access Innovations, Inc.
      Changing search to found
      Jay Ven Eman, Ph.D., CEO
      j_ven_eman@accessinn.com
      www.accessinn.com
      www.dataharmony.com
      +1.505.998.0800
      Albuquerque, NM
    • 2. Next up for the SLA Taxonomy Division’s “Webinar Wednesdays”
      “Why Information Architecture on SharePoint”
      Presented by Joe Shepley, Doculabs
      October 12, 2011, 1:00 PM EDT
      “Drilling Down to the Challenge of a
      SharePoint Taxonomy Implementation”
      Presented by Marjorie M.K. Hlava, Access Innovations, Inc.
      November 9, 2011, 1:00 PM EST
      “Taxonomies for Publishing:
      Enhancing the User Experience”
      Presented by Jay Ven Eman, Access Innovations, Inc.
      December 14, 2011, 1:00 PM EST
    • 3. Goals and Agenda
      Why is it important right now that we develop better resources about people?
      What roles can taxonomies play in this effort?
      What opportunities are being created for knowledge discovery and collaboration?
      What broad initiatives and technologies should we be aware of?
    • 4. Magnitude of the Problem:
      Facebook - 700 Million Users Projected for 2011(Open-First)
      700 Million Names
      How will your boss, peers,
      anyone ever find you?
    • 5. What’s in a name?
      Juliet:
"What's in a name? That which we call a rose
      By any other name would smell as sweet."
      Romeo and Juliet (II, ii, 1-2)
    • 6. What’s in a name?
      My name
      Jay Ven Eman
      Ven Eman, Jay
      <First_Name>Jay</First_Name>
      <Last_Name>Ven Eman</Last_Name>
      • Name variants
      • 7. Aliases
      Jay Von Eman
      William Henry McCarty
      Henry Antrim
      William H. Bonney
      Billy the Kid
      Jay Van Eman
      Jay van Eman
      Jay ven Eman
      Jay Veneman
      • National & Cultural Conventions
      Jay Venema
    • 8. One Person: many representations and affiliations
      VIAF: Virtual International Authority File
      http://viaf.org/viaf/95216565/
    • 9. Why should you care?
      Promotion (tenure)
      Networking
      Social media
      Peer review
      Attribution
      Citation accuracy
      “Discoverability”
      Collaboration
    • What do we do about it?
      Semantics
      Taxonomies
      Thesauri
      Classification/indexing
      Markup
      Unstructured to…
      Structured
      Name disambiguation
    • 17. The Semantic Roadmap: Knowledge Organization Systems (KOS)
      Semantic network
      Ontology
      Thesaurus
      Taxonomy
      Controlled vocabulary
      Synonym set/ring
      Name authority file
      Uncontrolled list
      Ontology
      Semantic Network
    • Integration / workflow
      API’s, Client/Server,
      Web Services, HTTP-TCP/IP
      Author Submission
      System
      Books
      Content
      Repository “A”
      Or Intermediate
      Processes
      Conference
      Proceedings
      Content
      Repository
      “B”, etc.
      Thesaurus
      Master
      M.A.I.
      ETC.
      Data Harmony
      MAIstro Server
      Web
      Sites
      Classification System
    • 30. Select the document collection
      CMS
      Please select the database and the the document directory to load
    • 31. CMS
      Load the documents
    • 32. Sample unstructured document
    • 33. Run the documents through a metadata extraction process to create well-formed, rich XML
      • Automatic (per doc template)
      • 34. E.g. Dublin Core Metadata
      • 35. Bibliographic citation
    • Automatically add the taxonomy terms
      Entity extraction: People, Places, Things
      Conceptual indexing: using the taxonomy
    • 36. Classification Process or Assigned Indexing
      <Anchor><Date>09-14-11</Date>
      <TI>“Solving the Challenge”</TI>
      <BLH>By</BLH>
      <Author>
      <AU_FN>Jay</AU_FN>
      <AU_MI></AU_MI>
      <AU_LN>Ven Eman</AU_LN>
      </Author>
      <Body>The process of indexing a content object begins with…</Body>
      <Subject>Indexing</Subject>
      <Subject>Thesauri</Subject>
      <Subject>Standards</Subject>
      <Subject>Classification</Subject>
      </Anchor>
      09-14-11
      “Solving the Challenge”
      By Jay Ven Eman
      The process of indexing a content object begins with…
      Thesaurus
      Master
      M.A.I.
      Unstructured
      Data Harmony
      MAIstro Server
      Structured
      Content
      Repository
      e.g. Database
      Classification System
    • 37. Integrating Identity into Publisher Systems
    • 38. Author Submission Systems
    • 39. Classification/indexing
      Suggested terms
    • 40. Button to auto-extract taxonomy attributes
      Organizational (or people) profiles
      User pastes or uploads CV
      User Reviews tagging for accuracy
    • 41. Copyright © 2011 Access Innovations, Inc.
      22
      Topics, associations, occurrences
      doc-type
      MLB
      article
      Sports
      http://www.newindexer.com/mlb.htm/
      use-for
      member-of
      descriptor-for
      Professional baseball
      author-of
      related-to
      Professional athletes
      member-of
      Baseball
      member-of
      Amateur baseball
      Smith
      member-of
      Little league
      http://www.swaa.org
    • 42. Creating an Author Authority Database
      • Tag all articles in the repository with standard subjects
      • 43. Export author names, subjects, institutions, locations, etc.
      • 44. Disambiguate authors with the same or similar names
    • Goals and Agenda
      Why is it important right now that we develop better resources about people?
      What roles can taxonomies play in this effort?
      What opportunities are being created for knowledge discovery and collaboration?
      What broad initiatives and technologies should we be aware of?
    • 45. Author Data: View by Connections…
    • 46. … or by location…
    • 47. …Or in the Document itself:
      http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0000228.x001
    • 48. Visualizations: co-author networks
    • 49. Many Repositories for Names
    • 50. VIAF: Virtual International Authority File
      http://viaf.org
    • 51.
    • 52. Project VIVO
      Designed around linked data standards Resource Description Framework (RDF)
      VIVO’s ontology integrates data from human resource systems, grants databases, faculty annual reporting systems, and publication databases
      Free open-source software download: http://vivo.sourceforge.net
    • 53. Detailed Profiles of Medical/BioMedical Researchers
      Contact a researcher with the desired expertise and research activity
      Focus the results
      Explore a research area
      Locate the PI for a grant
    • 54. Information stored as Resource Description Framework (RDF)
      • Data is structured in the form of “triples” as subject-predicate-object.
      • 55. Concepts and their relationships use a shared ontology to facilitate the harvesting of data from multiple sources.
      Dept. of Genetics
      College of Medicine
      is member of
      Jane Smith
      Genetics Institute
      has affiliations with
      Journal article
      author of
      Book
      Book chapter
      Subject
      Predicate
      Object
    • 56. Detailed Data Relationships
      Connections among scientists illustrated
      David Nelson
      has position in
      organization with position for
      Biomedical Informatics
      Inverse relationships are created
      is research area of
      has research area
      has position in
      featured in
      Clinical Translational Science Institute (CTSI)
      organization with position for
      Mike Conlon
      features
      Ed Tech Magazine
      Gene Anderson
      has author
      author of
      author of
      has author
      Development of an Observational Instrument to Measure Mother-Infant Separation Post Birth
      Current and accurate data revealed
    • 57. ORCID
      125 Participant Organizations
      36
    • 58. Testing Possible Matching Algorithms:
      • VIAF matching technology from OCLC
      • 59. Author Resolver from ProQuest
      • 60. Matching capability from OKKAM
      Access Innovations Author Authority
      ORCID Profile Exchange
      ORCID
      F67572010
      37
    • 61. Thank you! Questions?
      Solving the Challenge of
      Connecting People and Author Networks
      Access Innovations, Inc.
      Changing search to found
      Jay Ven Eman, Ph.D., CEO
      j_ven_eman@accessinn.com
      www.accessinn.com
      www.dataharmony.com
      +1.505.998.0800
      Albuquerque, NM

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