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2.24.16 Slides, “VIVO plus SHARE: Closing the Loop on Tracking Scholarly Activity”


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Hot Topics: The DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
Series 13: “VIVO plus SHARE: Closing the Loop on Scholarly Activity”

Webinar 1: , “VIVO plus SHARE: Closing the Loop on Tracking Scholarly Activity” 2.24.16

Curated by Rick Johnson, Program Co-Director, Digital Initiatives and Scholarship Head, Data Curation and Digital Library Solutions Hesburgh Libraries, University of Notre Dame; Visiting Program Officer for SHARE at the Association of Research Libraries. Presented by Rick Johnson & Mike Conlon, VIVO Project Director, DuraSpace

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2.24.16 Slides, “VIVO plus SHARE: Closing the Loop on Tracking Scholarly Activity”

  1. 1. February 24, 2016 Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series Hot Topics: The DuraSpace Community Webinar Series Series Thirteen: VIVO plus SHARE: Closing the Loop on Scholarly Activity Curated by Rick Johnson, Visiting Program Officer for SHARE at the Association of Research Libraries
  2. 2. February 24, 2016 Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series Webinar 1: VIVO plus SHARE: Closing the Loop on Tracking Scholarly Activity Presented by: Rick Johnson, ARL Visiting Program Officer for SHARE; Co-Program Director, Digital Initiatives and Scholarship, Hesburgh Libraries, University of Notre Dame Mike Conlon, PhD, VIVO Project Director, DuraSpace; Professor Emeritus, University of Florida
  3. 3. Outline of the Webinar • A brief overview of VIVO • A brief overview of SHARE • The complementary nature of VIVO and SHARE • SHARE and VIVO collaborations • Discussion February 24, 2016 Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series
  4. 4. VIVO is • Ontologies — The VIVO Integrated Semantic Framework and related ontologies for representing scholars and scholarship • Software — open source, community-developed software for managing, displaying, sharing the scholarly record • Data — assertions about scholars and their scholarly works. At UF, 23M assertions for 63K people, 62K papers, 24K grants, 87K courses taught. • Community — 130+ sites in 24 countries, 200K scholars, 1M+ works. See, Twitter: @VIVOCollab VIVO creates an integrated record of the scholarly work of your organization
  5. 5. History of VIVO • 2003 Original concept and software for VIVO created at Cornell by John Corson-Rikert • 2006 VIVO redesigned at Cornell as a semantic web application with ontology and triple store • 2007 VIVO implemented at University of Florida • 2009-2012 NIH award to University of Florida, Cornell, Weill, Indiana, Wash U, Ponce, Scripps. M. Conlon Principal Investigator • 2010 First VIVO Conference, NY Hall of Science • 2012-present VIVO, a member supported project of Duraspace
  6. 6. VIVO and Research • VIVO captures a complete record for each scholar – teaching, research, and service, sufficient for CV or biosketch • Includes grey literature and activities that do not typically create records in the scholarly ecosystem • VIVO links data together, removing ambiguity from the scholarly record
  7. 7. VIVO Integrates Institutional Data VIVO Organizations Scholars Publications Grants Teaching Service Profiles Reports CV/Biosketch Visualizations Expert Finding Network Analysis Adhoc queries
  8. 8. SHARE is • Higher education initiative to maximize research impact by making an inventory of research widely accessible, discoverable, and reusable. • Free, open data set of research and scholarly activities harvested from 97+ data providers • Notification service of >4.5 million research events of data mgmt plans, preprints, articles, repository deposits, and other scholarly activity • Harvester of diverse set of data providers: funders, publishers, data repositories, institutional repositories, scholarly activity • Joint working group of international members such as funders publishers, government orgs, universities, vendors
  9. 9. History of SHARE • Feb 2013: White House release OSTP memo on access to federally funded research • Jun 2013: The Association of Research Libraries (ARL), the Association of American Universities (AAU), and the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) jointly launched the SHARE initiative. • Mar 2014: ARL awarded joint $1 million grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to develop and launch SHARE Notify • Jun 2014: The Center for Open Science (COS) joined as SHARE’s technical partner
  10. 10. History of SHARE • Apr 2015: SHARE launches beta of SHARE Notify • Jun 2015: SHARE collected metadata on more than 1 million research release events • Oct 2015: ARL awarded joint $1.2 million grant from IMLS and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation for Phase II of SHARE to expand and enhance SHARE’s open data set • Feb 2016: SHARE currently at 97 providers and +4.5 million research release events
  11. 11. Notify Providers Consumers Gather
  12. 12. Notify Providers Consumers Gather
  13. 13. SHARE and Research • Capturing global events across diverse set of sources and researcher activities (not just repository data) • By collecting, connecting, and enhancing metadata that describes research activities and outputs...SHARE simplifies how various pieces can be identified as elements of a research project. • An index within a larger network of research systems
  14. 14. NotifyProviders ConsumersGather
  15. 15. NotifyProviders ConsumersGather
  16. 16. Complementary Nature SHARE • Gathering metadata from many sources • Able to look across many sources • Able to assemble ecosystem-level views • Consumes from repositories and other systems • Shares with local and global sources VIVO • Curating metadata about an organization • Identifying scholars, works • Deep metadata model for teaching, research, service • Focus on scholar and the scholar’s work • Able to share details not otherwise expressed in the ecosystem • VIVO shares globally
  17. 17. SHARE and VIVO working together • SHARE Harvester for VIVO • SHARE2VIVO • SHARE Link – Fedora, VIVO and SHARE
  18. 18. SHARE Harvester for VIVO • Supports harvesting data from individual VIVO sites to the SHARE repository for use by SHARE Notify and SHARE search • VIVO site contacts SHARE and makes VIVO API credentials available • SHARE regularly harvests data from the VIVO site • SHARE users benefit from access to VIVO’s detailed data regarding the scholarship at the VIVO site • A VIVO site can offer data to SHARE by supplying a URL and access credentials for the VIVO API
  19. 19. SHARE2VIVO • An open source utility for providing data from SHARE to a VIVO site • The VIVO site issues a query to SHARE for metadata regarding the scholarship of people at their organization • SHARE2VIVO can then populate VIVO with the returned metadata • VIVO sites benefit from the extensive records available from SHARE
  20. 20. SHARE Link - Early Planning • Institutional endpoint for SHARE leveraging strengths of – Fedora: Intellectual work focused linked data platform – VIVO: Person focused scholarly activity linked data – SHARE: index of global research lifecycle events • Unified graph of repository items, researchers, events • When viewing repository item or researcher, recommend and browse related items/activity from similar discipline, venue (e.g. journal, event), scholar • Combined researcher/dept views with SHARE events and repository items • Expand repository search results to 2nd and 3rd level items • Discussing opportunities with LD4L team
  21. 21. Issues in the Ecosystem • Scholars are not uniquely identified – Disambiguation – works may only record scholar's name – ORCiD is growing, but not pervasive • Works may not be uniquely identified – Mostly DOI, but not for all works • Organizations may not be uniquely identified – Identified by name with variations – Publications may not associate individuals with organizations – GRID ( a potential new approach
  22. 22. Issues in the Ecosystem • Data in SHARE coming from wide variety of sources has some divergence in metadata unique identifiers and fields populated • Curation Toolkit work starting to get institutions directly involved to enhance metadata in SHARE (currently need to manually dedup some records)
  23. 23. Discussion
  24. 24. Contacts ● SHARE ○ ○, ○ Twitter: @SHARE_research ● VIVO ○ ○ ○ Twitter: @VIVOCollab ● Rick Johnson ● Mike Conlon
  25. 25. March 11, 2016 Hot Topics: DuraSpace Community Webinar Series Webinar 2: Institutional Perspectives on the Impact of SHARE and VIVO Together Presented by: Andi Ogier, Associate Director, Data Services, University Libraries, Virginia Tech March 11, 2016, 1 PM ET