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Access to Graduate Scholarship in
VIVO: Establishing Connections
and Tracing Academic Lineage
Michael Bolton, Gail Clement...
VIVO

VIVO discovery tool connects researchers across
disciplines, institutions, geography, and time.
VIVO – VIREO - ORCID

Texas A&M’s VIVO deployment - inclusion of graduate
scholarship: theses, dissertations, and publicat...
VIREO

Theses pushed from VIREO to VIVO and ORCID
Disciplinary family trees

VIVO offers a promising method for enhancing disciplinary
family trees
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Dr. Grigorchuk’s VIVO profile
Dr. Grigorchuk’s advisees
TAMU’s VIVO local ontology
Dr. Grigorchuk advisees
Dr. Grigorchuk advisees
Dr. Grigorchuk advisees
Dr. Grigorchuk advisees
Dr. Kravchenko’s co-author network
Dr. Sunik
Dr. Sunic’s advisees
Dr. Sunic’s advisee – David Carol’s ORCID
“The integration of ORCID identifiers into Texas
A&M’s community of new scholars, particularly
current graduate students a...
Thank you

Violeta Ilik
vilik@library.tamu.edu
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  1. 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. 2. VIVO VIVO discovery tool connects researchers across disciplines, institutions, geography, and time.
  3. 3. VIVO – VIREO - ORCID Texas A&M’s VIVO deployment - inclusion of graduate scholarship: theses, dissertations, and publications derived from those academic works.
  4. 4. VIREO Theses pushed from VIREO to VIVO and ORCID
  5. 5. Disciplinary family trees VIVO offers a promising method for enhancing disciplinary family trees
  6. 6. title
  7. 7. title
  8. 8. title
  9. 9. e
  10. 10. title
  11. 11. Dr. Grigorchuk’s VIVO profile
  12. 12. Dr. Grigorchuk’s advisees
  13. 13. TAMU’s VIVO local ontology
  14. 14. Dr. Grigorchuk advisees
  15. 15. Dr. Grigorchuk advisees
  16. 16. Dr. Grigorchuk advisees
  17. 17. Dr. Grigorchuk advisees
  18. 18. Dr. Kravchenko’s co-author network
  19. 19. Dr. Sunik
  20. 20. Dr. Sunic’s advisees
  21. 21. Dr. Sunic’s advisee – David Carol’s ORCID
  22. 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. 23. Thank you Violeta Ilik vilik@library.tamu.edu

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