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Title: Responding to Faculty Interest in Rapid Publishing During the Pandemic: The Role of interoperable Scholarly Communication Systems at Texas A&M
Authors: Herbert, Bruce 
Lowe, David 
Lee, Dong Joon 
Potvin, Sarah 
Hahn, Doug 
Keywords: current research information systems;research information systems;system interoperability;institutional repositories;persistent identifiers;ontologies;VIVO
Issue Date: 13-May-2022
Publisher: euroCRIS
Series/Report no.: CRIS2022: 15th International Conference on Current Research Information Systems (Dubrovnik, Croatia, May 12-14, 2022)
Conference: CRIS2022 – Dubrovnik 
In 2019 and 2020, the Office of Scholarly Communications pursued a strategy of enhancing the interoperability of our scholarly communication systems to make the systems more useful to researchers, specifically our repository (DSpace), research information management system (VIVO) and Altmetrics from Digital Science. These systems can be used to “publish” a range of documents, represent the publications on faculty Scholars@TAMU profiles, and collect engagement metrics for the publications. In this talk, we will discuss the needs and interests of faculty, the role played by the library in supporting these projects, and the features of the scholarly communication systems at Texas A&M that allowed all of this to happen, specifically the role of persistent identifiers, a consistent ontology and APIs.
Extended abstract presented at the CRIS2022 conference in Dubrovnik.-- Event programme available at

16 slides.-- Presentation delivered within the VIVO Track at CRIS2022
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