VIVO Announces Dragan Ivanović as Technical Lead

July 27, 2021By InfoUncategorized, VIVO

LYRASIS, the organizational home for VIVO, is excited to announce that Dragan Ivanović will be joining VIVO as the Technical Lead. Dragan is a full professor and research software engineer at University of Novi Sad. He has extensive experience working on research eInfrastructures development at University of Novi Sad (, as well as in the … Read More

Revisit the VIVO Conference 2020!

September 9, 2020By InfoUncategorized, VIVO

The VIVO Conference 2020, which took place past June 16-18, was unique in many ways; We have had our first online conference, a form of event that is becoming increasingly common and likely to remain for the duration of the COVID 19 pandemic, and it was a big step to make the VIVO community more … Read More

Are Your University’s Researchers Discoverable?

August 19, 2020By InfoUncategorized, VIVO

As the world awaits more information about COVID-19 and the SARS-CoV-2 virus, we look to biomedical research to deliver information, treatments, and an eventual vaccine. Lately, research processes are accelerating, and researchers are collaborating, comparing results, and working together more than ever. To collaborate effectively, researchers need to find each other quickly, but that can … Read More

VIVO Conference 2020: Explore the Program

June 10, 2020By Carol Minton MorrisUncategorized, VIVO

The VIVO Conference will be held next week,  June 16-18 online. The organizers are pleased to invite you to browse this year’s exciting and comprehensive VIVO conference program. The program includes a Keynote and many speakers, workshops, panels, lightning talks and more–all online, easy for everyone to attend, and free of charge! Register Dr. Mathias … Read More


March 17, 2020By Carol Minton MorrisUncategorized, VIVO

VIVO 1.11.1 is now available! VIVO 1.11.1 is a point release containing two patches to the previous 1.11.0 release: – Security patch that now prevents users with self-edit privileges from editing other user profiles [1] – Minor security patch to underlying puppycrawl dependency (CVE-2019-9658) [2] Upgrading from 1.11.0 to 1.11.1 should be a trivial drop-in … Read More

Open Repositories 2020: Now Accepting Fellowship Applications

December 9, 2019By Carol Minton MorrisDSpace, Uncategorized, VIVO

The Open Repositories Steering Committee is now accepting applications for fellowships to attend OR2020 in Stellenbosch, South Africa. The fellowship programme allows a limited number of qualified librarians, repository managers, developers, or researchers in digital libraries or related fields to participate in the conference. The fellowship covers travel, accommodation, meals and incidentals, as well as full conference … Read More

LYRASIS Demonstrations and Information Sessions

December 3, 2019By Carol Minton MorrisUncategorized, VIVO

LYRASIS Free Webinar: NEH Preservation Assistance Grants – 12/4 Open Source Software for Showcasing Scholarship: An Introduction to VIVO for Librarians – 12/5 CollectionSpace Webinar – 12/5 Catalyst Fund Webinar Series: Online Instruction for Participatory Archiving – 12/10 Safety and Security for Performing Arts – 12/11 Introduction to Emergency Preparedness for Performing Arts Organizations – 12/12 Health and Safety for Performing … Read More

Be a Volunteer Reviewer for the LYRASIS 2020 Catalyst Fund Applications

December 3, 2019By Carol Minton MorrisDSpace, Uncategorized, VIVO

The LYRASIS Catalyst Fund is an award program to fund new ideas and innovative projects by LYRASIS members. The 2020 application process will close February 20, 2020. The Catalyst Fund is a membership benefit administered by the LYRASIS Leaders Circle to expand opportunities to share expertise and collaborate on innovations with potential for community-wide impact. … Read More

Upcoming Webinar: Open source Software for Showcasing Scholarship: An Introduction to VIVO for Librarians

November 25, 2019By Carol Minton MorrisUncategorized, VIVO

The VIVO Community and LYRASIS invite you to attend a webinar to learn more about VIVO, an open source software and ontology for representing the scholarship of an institutional community. VIVO is used around the world by research institutions to support recording, editing, searching, browsing, and visualizing scholarly activity. VIVO is continually working with collaborators … Read More