From Ann Beynon, Clarivate Analytics We are pleased to announce that Benjamin Gross has joined the Clarivate Analytics team to support VIVO implementations, as well as other data integration projects. Benjamin is well-known in the VIVO community as an active contributor to the VIVO project, Google groups, and conferences. Benjamin was instrumental in supporting VIVO when at UNAVCO.
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The Commitment: Every academic library should commit to contribute 2.5% of its total budget to support the common infrastructure needed to create the open scholarly commons.
Academic Libraries and the Open Scholarly Commons
November 6 - 9, 2017 join us in Evanston, Illinois for our annual, worldwide gathering of the Samvera Community. Samvera Connect 2017 is a chance for Samvera Community participants to gather in one place at one time, with an emphasis on synchronizing efforts, technical development, plans, and community links.
From Erin Tripp, Business Development Manager for DuraSpace
From Michael Conlon, VIVO Project Drector Participation in VIVO. The Outreach and Engagement Interest Group will have a call this Thursday at 1 PM US Eastern time. Webex link is here: https://goo.gl/4rjbzp Please join for a discussion regarding participation in VIVO. What are the opportunities? What might the opportunities be? We look forward to sharing ideas!
It has been a busy summer here at 4Science, with the new release of DSpace-CRIS and the ongoing development of DSpace 7. September will be even more exciting, with two important appointments, in order to share our ideas about the best way to use DSpace in different contexts.
During the last months 4Science developers released both DSpace-CRIS 5.7.0 and DSpace-CRIS 6RC2 (based on DSpace 6.2).
By Michael Guthrie, Director, KnowledgeArc The Nigerian Research and Education Network Federated Repository (NgREN) has launched a federated repository with assistance from KnowledgeArc. The new DSpace archive brings together the works from 42 different DSpace instances in the country, and provides a hub to showcase and highlight the intellectual output of Nigeria's universities.