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2012

Presentation: Building and Leveraging an Integrated Semantic Research Infrastructure. Jon Corson-Rikert and Brian Lowe, Cornell University. ReConnect12, the conference of the Consortia Advancing Standards in Research Administration Information (CASRAI), Montreal, Canada, October 10, 2012.

Presentation: Research Information Use Cases from the VIVO Experience. Jon Corson-Rikert, Cornell University. ReConnect12, the conference of the Consortia Advancing Standards in Research Administration Information (CASRAI), Montreal, Canada, October 12, 2012.

2011

What's keeping us from Open Science? Is it the powers the be, or is it... us? D Dobbs, M Dye, J Reichelt, K Holmes, J Timmer, S Wood. ScienceOnline 2011, panel discussion, Durham, NC, January 15, 2011.

Science Online Project Showcase. K James, S Collins, K Holmes, A Ebsary, H Menninger. ScienceOnline 2011, panel discussion, Durham, NC, January 16, 2011.

VIVO Core Ontology. Ying Ding. Code4Lib 2011 Conference, Bloomington, IN. February 7-10, 2011

Semantically Modeling of Scientist. Ying Ding. School of Medicine, CTSA, Case Western Reserve University, February 14, 2011, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Plug-and-Play Macroscopes That Empower Science. K. Börner. Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, National Institute of General Medical Sciences, NIH, Washington, DC. February 17, 2011.

Sustaining Networks of Researchers: Experiences of the VIVO Collaboration at the University of and Florida and The Scripps Research Institute. Beth Auten [presenter], Paula King, Linda Butson, Hannah Norton, Michele Tennant, Mike Conlon, VIVO collaboration NCNMLG/MLGSCA Joint Meeting, San Francisco, CA. February 23-26, 2011

Researcher Networking: Supporting collaboration and discovery. K Holmes. Invited lecture, Leadership in Interdisciplinarity, Networking & Collaboration (LINC) Conference, St. Louis, MO, February 24, 2011.

VIVO at IU. IU Digital Library Program Brownbag Session, March 2, 2011, Bloomington, IN, USA.

Opening comments. M Conlon. VIVO 18 month team meeting. March 3, 2011.

Development plans. C Barnes. VIVO 18 month team meeting. March 3, 2011.

Implementation Fest. V Davis. VIVO 18 month team meeting. March 3, 2011.

Outreach & Adoption. KL Holmes. VIVO 18 month team meeting. March 3, 2011.

Ontology. S Mitchell. VIVO 18 month team meeting. March 3, 2011.

VIVO Social Network Visualizations. K. Börner. VIVO 18 month review, Bloomington, IN. March 3, 2011.

Breakout Session: Planning for the final report of the project. L McIntosh[session facilitator]. VIVO 18 month team meeting. March 3, 2011.

Breakout Session: Sustainability and VIVO effort following end of year 2. R McDonald[session facilitator]. VIVO 18 month team meeting. March 3, 2011.

Breakout Session: Work to be accomplished during the next six months. K Lee[session facilitator]. VIVO 18 month team meeting. March 3, 2011.

Closing comments. M Conlon. VIVO 18 month team meeting. March 3, 2011.

Interactive Maps of Science and Technology. K. Börner. The Third International Workshop on Network Theory: "Web Science meets Network Science", Evanston, IL. March 4, 2011.

Create a National Network of Scientists March 9, 2011 presentation at AMIA Translational Bioinformatics Summit, San Francisco, CA

VIVO: Enabling National Networking of Scientists. KL Holmes, C Barnes, Y Ding, V Davis, M Conlon. Contributed panel, AMIA Joint Summits, San Francisco, CA, March 9, 2011.

VIVO's Semantic Extensibility for Research networking March 25, 2011 presentation at Value Added Services for VIVO, a workshop held at Indiana University

Opening comments. M Conlon. Value Added Services for VIVO. Workshop in Bloomington, Indiana. March 25, 2011.

Closing comments. M Conlon. Value Added Services for VIVO. Workshop in Bloomington, Indiana. March 26, 2011.

VIVO, a semantic data infrastructure for research discovery across disciplines. M Conlon [comments]. Science on FIRE: Facilitating Interdisciplinary Research and Education Symposium, Boulder, CO, March 29, 2011. Retrieved from [3]

Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) VIVO Update at the Spring Meeting, San Diego, April 5

VIVO Researcher Networking Update. L McIntosh, EJ Cramer, J Corson-Rikert. Contributed presentation. Coalition for Networked Information Spring 2011 Membership Meeting, San Diego, CA, April 5, 2011.

Atlas of Science: Envisioning Scholarly Data. K. Börner. HUBbub 2011!, Indianapolis, IN. April 6, 2011.

Cyberinfrastructure and Datasets for Science of Team Science Research. K. Börner. Second Annual International Science of Team Science Conference, Chicago, IL. April 13, 2011.

Knowledge Management for Collaborative Research: Research Networking Tools Workshop. VIVO. KL Holmes. Second Annual International Science of Team Science Conference, Chicago, IL. April 14, 2011.

Semantically Modeling of Scientist: the VIVO ontology. Ying Ding. City University of London, London, UK, May 2, 2011

Opening Comments. M Conlon. VIVO Hackathon, Gainesville FL. May 4, 2011.

Closing comments. M Conlon. VIVO Hackathon, Gainesville FL. May 5, 2011.

VIVO: Click...search...discover...collaborate! HF Norton. Contributed presentation. Medical Library Association Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, May 15, 2011. See [4]

Clinical and Translational Science Awards Renewal Activities: A Vital Role for Libraries. KL Holmes and CC Sarli. Contributed presentation. Medical Library Association Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, May 16, 2011.

Library-based Support for Translational Science: Supporting Clinical Research. JL Lyon. Keynote panel, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Medical Library Association Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, May 16, 2011. slides

Library-based Support for Translational Science: [Bioinformatics Instruction & Consultation, Collaboration, and Evaluation]. KL Holmes. Keynote panel, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Medical Library Association Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, May 16, 2011. slides

VIVO: Enabling National Networking of Scientists. VI Davis. USAIN Board Meeting, Beltsville, MD, May 17, 2011.

VIVO: Enabling National Networking of Scientists. VI Davis. AgNIC 2011 Annual Meeting, Beltsville, MD, May 18, 2011.

Open Access to Research Discovery: The VIVO Project. M Conlon. Open Access Symposium, University of North Texas, Denton Texas. May 20, 2011.

Role of Librarians in the Development of Computer-Mediated Social Networks: Challenges and Lessons Learned From VIVO Implementation and Outreach. R Garcia-Milian*, HF Norton*, B Auten, A Buhler, V Davis, N Ferree, KL Holmes, M Johnson, S Russell Gonzalez, N Schaefer, MR Tennant, M Conlon, and VIVO Collaboration. Contributed paper, Biomedical and Life Sciences Division contributed papers session, Special Libraries Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA. June 2011. Retrieved from [5] [6]

Research Discovery and Collaboration. KL Holmes. Invited Presentation, Spotlight Session, Collaborations Across Disciplines. SLA 2011 Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA. June 13, 2011.

Visualizing Science. KL Holmes. Invited Presentation, Spotlight Session, Visualizing Science. SLA 2011 Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA. June 13, 2011.

VIVO, A Semantic Web Application for Research Discovery and Scholarship. M Conlon [presenter]. Biomedical Informatics Beyond Borders. London. June 14, 2011.

Semantically Modeling of Scientist: the VIVO ontology. Ying Ding. Chinese Science and Technology Information Center, Beijing, China, June 15, 2011

Semantically Modeling of Scientist: the VIVO ontology. Ying Ding. Peking University, Tsinghua University, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China, June 16, 2011

Semantically Modeling of Scientist: the VIVO ontology. Ying Ding. Remin University, Beijing, China, June 20, 2011

Semantically Modeling of Scientist: the VIVO ontology. Ying Ding. Dalian Technological University, Dalian, China, June 24, 2011

Semantically Modeling of Scientist: the VIVO ontology. Ying Ding. Library of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, June 27, 2011

2010

AAAS2010 Poster

Increasing access to agricultural publications using digital repositories and the semantic web. V Davis [presenter], L Taylor, S Williams, D Benson, SR Gonzalez, M Sullivan. International Conference on Digital Libraries, Delhi, India. February 2010

VIVO, an interdisciplinary national network. P Albert. Contributed presentation, Code4Lib 2010 Conference, Asheville, NC. February 2010

The Collaboration Connectome. Hershey, TR and Holmes, KL. Invited lecture. Department of Psychiatry, Washington University School of Medicine. St. Louis, MO. February 2010.

VIVO, an interdisciplinary national network. P Albert. Contributed presentation, Code4Lib 2010 Conference, Asheville, NC. February 2010

Digital Enterprise Research Institute March 1, 2010

CTSA Strategic Goal 3 Committee. March 2, 2010

NSF Workshop on Semantic Web and Mapping of Science March 4, 2010

UF Faculty Technology Symposium - VIVO Overview March 8, 2010

AMIA - Summit on Translational Bioinformatics (Medha) AMIA Technology Presentation (Jon) March 10, 2010

Towards Plug-and-Play Macroscopes for Science Policy Decision Making. K Börner. Towards evidence-based policy making for science, technology and innovation. Center for Research and Development Strategy (CRDS), Japan Science and Technology Agency, Tokyo, Japan. (Asako Okamura), Tokyo, Japan. 10 March 2010

Towards plug-and-play macroscopes tutorial. K Börner. 2010 International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral Modeling and Prediction, Bethesda, MD. 29 March 2010

VIVO: a semantic approach to creating a national network of researchers. Part I. Approach and dissemination. MH Devare [presenter], V Davis, KL Holmes, S Russell Gonzalez, MR Tennant, M Conlon, VIVO Collaboration. Contributed presentation, American Medical Informatics Association, Translational Bioinformatics Summit, San Francisco, CA. March 2010

VIVO: a semantic approach to creating a national network of researchers. Part II. Technical Design. J. Corson-Rikert [presenter], M. Conlon, B. Lowe, B. Caruso, K. Börner, Y. Ding, D. Krafft, L. McIntosh, VIVO Collaboration. Contributed presentation, American Medical Informatics Association, Translational Bioinformatics Summit, San Francisco, CA. March 2010

Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) VIVO Presentation April 12, 2010 - Video of presentation available on Vimeo and YouTube

Web Science 2010 Paper presentation April 22, 2010

Types and levels of team (network) analysis. K Börner. First Annual International Science of Team Science Conference, Chicago, USA. 22 April 2010

VIVO: enabling national networking of scientists. M Conlon. Panelist, Strategies for Facilitating Team Science, Science of Team Science Conference, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL. April 2010

VIVO: enabling national networking of scientists. D Krafft [co-presenter] and V Davis [co-presenter]. Contributed presentation, Coalition for Networked Information Spring 2010 Membership Meeting, Baltimore, MD. April 2010

VIVO: enabling national networking of scientists. M Conlon. Keynote presentation, The Future of the Web for Collaborative Science, Raleigh, NC. 26 April 2010

VIVO: enabling national networking of scientists. D Krafft [presenter], N Cappadona, B Caruso, J Corson-Rikert, M Devare, B Lowe, VIVO Collaboration. Contributed paper, WebSci10. Raleigh, NC. 26 April 2010 Retrieved from http://journal.webscience.org/316/

Chem2Bio2RDF Dashboard: Ranking semantic associations in systems chemical biology space. X Dong, Y Ding, H Wang, B Chen, D Wild. Contributed paper, Future of the Web for Collaborative Science, 19th World Wide Web Conference, Raleigh, NC. April 2010

VIVO: enabling national networking of scientists. M Conlon. Invited talk, American Medical Informatics Association Now! Conference, Phoenix, AZ. May 2010

The Informationist in Practice. K Holmes. Panelist, Medical Library Association Annual Conference, Washington, DC. 23 May 2010

VIVO: library-based support for research networking and discovery. MR Tennant [co-presenter], KL Holmes [co-presenter], VI Davis, MH Devare, S Russell-Gonzalez, P Albert, C Botero, K Britt, E Brooks, AG Buhler, E Bushhousen, CE Cogar, C Dunn, M Edwards, N Ferree, GO Hack, R Jesano, MC Johnson, P King, S Kreinest, P Markes, H Norton, N Schaefer, M Trimarchi, SV Williams, M Conlon, VIVO Collaboration. Contributed presentation, Medical Library Association Annual Conference, Washington, DC, 24 May 2010.

Plug-and-play macroscopes. K Börner. Third European Conference on Scientific Publishing in Biomedicine and Medicine, Leiden, The Netherlands. 28 May 2010

Evolving and emerging populations and topics extracted from NSF awards. K Börner. Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center to the National Science Foundation CISE and SBE AC Subcommittee, Arlington, VA. 7 June 2010

VIVO: enabling national networking of scientists. J Corson-Rikert [co-presenter] and EJ Cramer [co-presenter]. Contributed presentation, IASSIST 2010, Ithaca, NY. June 2010

Control your vocabulary: real-world applications of semantic technology. J Corson-Rikert [panelist] and V Davis [panelist]. Contributed webinar, NISO. June 2010

Science translational medicine. K Holmes. Keynote presentation, American Association for the Advancement of Science, SLA 2010 Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA. 15 June 2010 [1]

Letting the Good Times Roll through Alignment: Meeting Institutional Missions and Goals with VIVO, a Web-based Research Discovery Tool. S Russell Gonzalez [co-presenter], V Davis [co-presenter], MR Tennant, KL Holmes, M Conlon, VIVO Collaboration. Contributed paper, Special Libraries Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA. June 2010 slides

VIVO: a national resource discovery tool for the biomedical community. KL Holmes[presenter], MR Tennant[presenter], G Hack, V Davis, MH Devare, S Russell Gonzalez, M Conlon, VIVO Collaboration. Contributed paper, Biomedical and Life Sciences Division contributed papers session, Special Libraries Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA. June 2010 Retrieved from http://units.sla.org/division/dbio/events/conf_current/papers/VIVO_SLA_Holmes.pdf.

VIVO: Enabling National Networking of Scientists. J Corson-Rikert [presenter]. Contributed presentation, Library of Congress and MIT Libraries Joint Workshop on Exhibit and Simile Tools, Washington, DC. June 2010

Envisioning Knowledge (and Expertise). K. Börner. Joint Conference on Digital Libraries 2010, Surfers Paradise, Queensland. June 22, 2010.

VIVO: Enabling a National Network of Scientists. S Russell Gonzalez, M Devare, M Conlon, VIVO Collaboration. Invited presentation. Assn. for Library Collections and Technical Services Metadata Interest Group, ALA National Conference, June 27, 2010.

Envisioning (Biomedical) Science. K. Börner. Office of Research Information Systems, NIH, Bethesda, MD, MD. July 22, 2010.

VIVO: Enabling National Networking of Scientists. KL Holmes. Invited presentation. 50th Anniversary of the Department of Biochemistry, Biophysics, and Molecular Biology, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, July 2010.

VIVO: Opening Plenary Session. M Conlon, K Holmes. First Annual VIVO National Conference, August 12, 2010.

VIVO: users, interface, design, and evaluation. E Cramer, L McIntosh, N Cappadona, M Bevia. First Annual VIVO National Conference, August 12, 2010.

VIVO Data Analysis and Visualization: How to Program, Extend and Utilize. M. Linnemeier, C. Tank & K. Börner. First Annual VIVO National Conference, New York, NY. August 12, 2010.

Implementing VIVO at your institution. C Case, V Davis, A Rockwell, S Russell Gonzalez. First Annual VIVO National Conference, August 12, 2010.

Semantic modeling for scientists. Y Ding. First Annual VIVO National Conference, August 12, 2010.

Deriving physician's expertise profiles based on ICD9 - Coded encounter note logs. V Brodsky, T Tran, S Kessler II, C Cole. First Annual VIVO National Conference, August 12, 2010.

Finding specialists using interface terminology and concept-based hierarchical reference terminology. R Charlot, C Cole, A Cheriff, A Kanter, F Masarie, A Wang, A Oganesova, F Naeymi-Rad. First Annual VIVO National Conference, August 12, 2010.

Next steps for research networking in science. K Borner, S Leicht, T Schleyer, G Weber, J Austin, M Conlon. First Annual VIVO National Conference, August 13, 2010.

Mapping scientific networks. K Borner. First Annual VIVO National Conference, August 13, 2010.

VIVO development overview. J Corson-Rikert, C Barnes, M Linnemeier, S Williams, N Raum. First Annual VIVO National Conference, August 13, 2010.

Design and development of a modular harvester framework for data ingest. S Williams, C Haines, D Scheppler, N Skaggs, C Barnes, N Raum, Y Li. First Annual VIVO National Conference, August 13, 2010.

Standardizing VIVO URLs: how standard is standard? M Conlon. First Annual VIVO National Conference, August 13, 2010.

Configuring and leveraging a SPARQL end point for VIVO. C Barnes, N Raum, C Haines, S Williams, N Skaggs, D Scheppler, Y Li. First Annual VIVO National Conference, August 13, 2010.

Drawing organizational charts using VIVO. A Rockwell. First Annual VIVO National Conference, August 13, 2010.

Publications research and automated author disambiguation: collaboration between University of Florida & Cornell University. C Westling, N Skaggs.

VIVO: Closing Plenary Session. M Conlon, J Corson-Rikert, E Cramer, V Davis, K Holmes, D Krafft, L McIntosh. First Annual VIVO National Conference, August 13, 2010.

Designing Insightful (Network) Visualizations of Scholarly Activity. K. Börner. Networks and Network Analysis for Humanities: An NEH Institute for Advanced Topics in Digital Humanities, IPAM, UC Los Angeles, CA. August 16, 2010.

Semantic web portal: a platform for better browsing and visualizing semantic data. Y Ding, Y Sun, B Chen, K Börner, L Ding, D Wild, M Wu, D DiFranzo, AG Fuenzalida, D Li, S Milojevic, S Chen, M Sankaranarayanan. Proceeedings of the 2010 International Conference on Active Media Technology, Toronto, Canada, August 28-30 Retrieved from [2].

VIVO: Enabling National Networking of Scientists. M. Conlon. Federal Demonstration Project, Washington DC. August 30, 2010.

VIVO and VIVO@IU. K. Börner. University Information Technology Services Presentation, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. September 17, 2010.

Network Science seminar at Indiana University September 27, 2010

The Changing Role of Libraries in Discovery. EJ Cramer [panelist], VIVO Collaboration. Invited Panel, Ithaka Sustainable Scholarship Conference 2010, New York, New York, September 28th, 2010.

VIVO: Semantic modeling for scientists. Ying Ding. School of Informatics and Computing, October 11, 2010, Bloomington, IN, USA

Semantic Web. Ying Ding., Invited talk at Monroe County Public Library, October 13, 2010, Bloomington, IN, USA

Going the distance: VIVO: Reaching out to faculty in support of a national network of researchers. L Butson. Mid Atlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association. Chapel Hill, NC, Oct. 15-19 2010.

Towards a Macroscope for Science Policy Decision Making. K. Börner, K. W. Boyack. NSF SciSIP Grantees Workshop: Toward a Community of Practice, Washington DC. October 19, 2010.

Networking for Cores: New Options for Synergism. SD Crosby, G Grills, M Detwiler, G Farber, KL Holmes. VIVO. Invited Panel, Midwest Association of Core Directors annual meeting, Chicago, IL, October 23, 2010.

An Overview of VIVO at IU. K. Börner, Y. Ding, R. H. McDonald, W. Barnett. Office of the Vice Provost for Research, Bloomington, IN. October 27, 2010.

VIVO, the Library, and the User Experience. EJ Cramer [presenter], VIVO Collaboration. Submitted paper, Annual Charleston Conference 2010, Charleston, SC, November 3-6, 2010.

NSF Workshop: Changing the Conduct of Science in the Information Age Workshop. M Conlon. Washington DC. November 12, 2010.

VIVO: Building a Social Network of Scientists. R McDonald [co-presenter], Part of the Data to Insight Center Tutorial Session at SC10 (Supercomputing 2010), New Orleans, LA, USA, November 14, 2010.

VIVO: Building a Social Network of Scientists. R McDonald [co-presenter], Part of the Indiana University New and Emerging Technologies Tutorial at SC10 (Supercomputing 2010), New Orleans, LA, USA, November 15, 2010.

VIVO: A Library-based Tool for Renewing and Enhancing Collaboration and Networking among Researchers. Norton, Hannah, Tennant, Michele R., Butson, Linda, Edwards, Mary, Schaefer, Nancy, Ferree, 'Nita, Jesano, Rae, Auten, Beth, Henning, Sara, Conlon, Mike. Southern Chapter of the Medical Library Association, Southern Chapter of the Medical Library Association 2010 Annual Meeting, St. Petersberg, FL November 15, 2010. slides

Plug-and-Play Macroscopes: Custom Tools for Data Analysis, Modeling, and Visualization. K. Börner. The Challenges of Visualising Biological Data, Swindon, Wiltshire. November 16, 2010.

Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) LOD/VIVO Panel Presentation December 13, 2010 - Video of presentatino available on Vimeo and YouTube

Linked Open Data: The Promises and the Pitfalls...Where Are We and Why Isn't There Broader Adoption? Dean B. Krafft [panelist]. Coalition for Networked Information Fall Forum, Arlington, VA, December 13, 2010. Abstract

2009

Implementation of a new research discovery tool by the university libraries at Cornell University and the University of Florida. Davis, Valrie, Russell Gonzalez, Sara, Tennant, Michele. Special Libraries Association, SLA 2009 slides

Open data and open code for S&T assessment. K Börner. Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems (NICO) Complexity Conference, Evanston, IL. 3 September 2009

VIVOweb. Y Ding. Knoesis Research Center, Wright State University, Dayton, OH. 6 November 2009

House Office of Science and Technology Policy November 12, 2009

Envisioning Biomedical Science. K Börner. Seminar, The Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL. 3 December 2009

The science of science (Sci2) tool and its utility for research. K Börner. Networks and Complex Systems Talk Series, Fall 2009, Bloomington, IN. 7 December 2009

VIVO Overview Dec 2009 NIH Meeting

VIVO Development Dec 2009 NIH Meeting

VIVO Ontology Dec 2009 NIH Meeting

VIVO Adoption Dec 2009 NIH Meeting

User Incentives Summary Dec 2009 NIH Meeting