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Title: Promoting and facilitating interoperability with VIVO
Authors: Guillaumet, Anna 
Keywords: research information management;current research information systems;system interoperability;VIVO;information exchange;CERIF;RDF;SIGMA Gestión Universitaria
Issue Date: 4-Sep-2019
Publisher: euroCRIS
Series/Report no.: euroCRIS and VIVO Workshop: "Bringing Technologies and Communities Closer"
Conference: 10th Annual VIVO Conference 2019 
The presentation describes the multiple-stage technical process currently applied by Sigma for uploading data from an institutional CRIS into a VIVO instance. The information displayed on the VIVO portal (the "Experts Guide") and the timing of the process are analysed, both for single and multiple institutions acting as data providers in the latter case. VIVO may operate as a standalone system, but for cases where it's sitting on top of an institutional CRIS, it is suggested that the interoperability between both systems could become a much more standard feature by having a mapping between CERIF and VIVO. Sigma is involved in the early stages of the CERIF2VIVO project, a collaboration between euroCRIS and VIVO that aims to produce such mapping at the same time it addresses the refactoring of CERIF in order to simplify its complex data model.
26 slides.-- Presentation delivered within the euroCRIS and VIVO workshop: "Bringing Technologies and Communities Closer" at the Annual VIVO conference in Podgorica, Montenegro
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