Access to Graduate Scholarship in VIVO: Establishing Connections and Tracing Academic Lineage

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  • 1. Access to Graduate Scholarship in VIVO: Establishing Connections and Tracing Academic Lineage Michael Bolton, Gail Clement, Violeta Ilik*, Sandra Tucker Texas A&M University Libraries DLF - Austin, TX 2013
  • 2. VIVO VIVO discovery tool connects researchers across disciplines, institutions, geography, and time.
  • 3. VIVO – VIREO - ORCID Texas A&M’s VIVO deployment - inclusion of graduate scholarship: theses, dissertations, and publications derived from those academic works.
  • 4. VIREO Theses pushed from VIREO to VIVO and ORCID
  • 5. Disciplinary family trees VIVO offers a promising method for enhancing disciplinary family trees
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  • 11. Dr. Grigorchuk’s VIVO profile
  • 12. Dr. Grigorchuk’s advisees
  • 13. TAMU’s VIVO local ontology
  • 14. Dr. Grigorchuk advisees
  • 15. Dr. Grigorchuk advisees
  • 16. Dr. Grigorchuk advisees
  • 17. Dr. Grigorchuk advisees
  • 18. Dr. Kravchenko’s co-author network
  • 19. Dr. Sunik
  • 20. Dr. Sunic’s advisees
  • 21. Dr. Sunic’s advisee – David Carol’s ORCID
  • 22. “The integration of ORCID identifiers into Texas A&M’s community of new scholars, particularly current graduate students and post-doctoral researchers, is projected to demonstrate the benefits ORCID identifiers achieve by creating a scholarly identity and connecting trusted linkages between authors and their earliest works.” University Libraries → About → News and Events → 2013 News → October → Libraries Awarded Grant for ORCID Identifiers Program
  • 23. Thank you Violeta Ilik vilik@library.tamu.edu