Data Flows and Engaging Visualisations for Your Repositories

Green, Cameron and Brown, Aaron (2014). Data Flows and Engaging Visualisations for Your Repositories. In: Open Repositories 2014, Helsinki, Finland, (). 9th - 13th June 2014.

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Author Green, Cameron
Brown, Aaron
Title of paper Data Flows and Engaging Visualisations for Your Repositories
Conference name Open Repositories 2014
Conference location Helsinki, Finland
Conference dates 9th - 13th June 2014
Publication Year 2014
Sub-type Poster
Open Access Status
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Paradoxically as knowledge and innovation becomes ever more crucial to success of our economies and societies, Universities, the main institutions tasked with leading innovation and advancing knowledge are under increased pressure to justify their place in the public purse. A skunkworks project The University of Queensland has embarked upon is looking at using visual ways to present academic information in new ways to the University community. This work is intended to be integrated into our eSpace repository, and we will also be demonstrating the work already going on within the eSpace repository. Procuring data from internal and external systems we present that data using dynamic visualisations to provide information to academics and organisations within the University. Our talk will be focusing on the frameworks we are using to visualise this data and the service oriented approach we are taking internally , through which we hope to open up the information sharing culture in our University.
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