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Digital Vita: The University of Pittsburgh's Research Networking System

Digital Vita: The University of Pittsburgh's Research Networking System

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Published by Titus Schleyer
Digital Vita (DV), a research networking application developed by the University of Pittsburgh, integrates CV management functions with academic social networking and basic research team management and collaboration functions. This presentation provides an update on the project as of November, 2011, and presents early results of an evaluation study.
Digital Vita (DV), a research networking application developed by the University of Pittsburgh, integrates CV management functions with academic social networking and basic research team management and collaboration functions. This presentation provides an update on the project as of November, 2011, and presents early results of an evaluation study.

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Published by: Titus Schleyer on Nov 18, 2011
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Digital Vita: TheUniversity ofPittsburgh'sResearchNetworking System
Titus Schleyer, DMD, PhDHeiko Spallek, DMD, PhDBrian Butler, MS, PhDLinda Schmandt, MSet al.
© Titus Schleyer 2011
 
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How do scientists look forcollaborators?
ask colleague(s) and get a referral
search the literature and cold-call
use electronic systems, e.g. Community ofScience
Kraut RE, Galegher J, Egido C. Relationships and tasks in scientific research collaboration.Hum-Comput Interact 1987-1988;3(1):31-58.
 
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Why don’t scientists use expertise
locating systems?
1.low awareness2.incomplete domain coverage3.outdated/sparse profiles4.lack of critical mass5.traditional approaches very ingrained

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