Title of Presentation

Shiny, Happy People Holding Nodes: Using VIVO (a Semantic Web Application) to Reveal University of Idaho Research and Researchers

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Presentation

Description

In 2012, the University of Idaho Library began implementing VIVO, an opensource Semantic Web application, both as a discovery layer for its fledgling institutional repository and as a database to describe, visualize, and report university research activity. The presenters will detail some of the challenges they encountered developing this resource, while discussing the tools and techniques they used for obtaining, editing, and uploading institutional data into the RDF-based VIVO system.

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Other

Start Date

7-2-2014 10:00 AM

End Date

7-2-2014 12:00 PM

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Shiny, Happy People Holding Nodes: Using VIVO (a Semantic Web Application) to Reveal University of Idaho Research and Researchers

In 2012, the University of Idaho Library began implementing VIVO, an opensource Semantic Web application, both as a discovery layer for its fledgling institutional repository and as a database to describe, visualize, and report university research activity. The presenters will detail some of the challenges they encountered developing this resource, while discussing the tools and techniques they used for obtaining, editing, and uploading institutional data into the RDF-based VIVO system.