Fall Camp November 9-11, Durham, NC Planning a VIVO project? Need to learn more about VIVO – sources of data, community engagement, data representation, queries, data management? VIVO Camp is 2 1/2 days of training. Register today! https://goo.gl/ocvznb Ideas for camp? Please contact one of the instructors: Violeta Ilik, Mike Conlon, Paul Albert, Graham Triggs, and Julia Trimmer. We'd love to hear from you!
Community Projects Do you need a tool to help with your VIVO project? Do you have a tool that might help others? Community Projects is our catalog of community-based software that may help with your project. Have something to add? Please visit the page and tell us about your tool.
Adding PubMed Links to VIVO Our good friends at Dartmouth College have written a great description of adding PubMed links to articles in your VIVO. As you may know, the NIH requires that papers produced with its funding be freely available in PubMed Central after a one year embargo. Providing links to the full text of such papers turns your VIVO into a PubMed reading machine – find a paper in VIVO, read it via PubMedCentral. https://ic3d.dartmouth.edu/blog/vivo-hack-how-include-links-pubmed-articles-vivo-profile
Implementation Interest Group Call This Thursday at 1 PM US Eastern time, (webex link https://goo.gl/sMc7YS), the Implementation Interest Group welcomes all those involved in VIVO projects for discussion of issues relating to creating and owning a VIVO. All are welcome. All questions are welcome. And if you'd just like to join to listen to the conversation, that's good too.
Registry friendly reminder VIVO has a list of its sites (we get asked often if we have a list of sites. We do). We call the list a "registry". You can find the list of sites at http://duraspace.org/registry/vivo You can also find it under Community / Sites on http://vivoweb.org
If you don't see your site on the list, you can add it. Click the link at the top of the first page of the registry. Or click here