By now, you’ve learned what CADRE can do for researchers who need access to high-quality, standardized big bibliometric resources and data-mining tools. At an institutional level, CADRE not only helps academic libraries provide these resources to patrons, but the platform also assists libraries in...Read More...
COVID-19 sent students and faculty home, leading them to lose access to many on-campus library resources. By driving people to work remotely, however, the pandemic also prompted the opening of paid content and intensified the need for cloud-based technology.
By the end of April, content pr...Read More...
Since news of COVID-19 first erupted early this year, scientists have been producing research around the virus at a rapid rate. Bibliometrics, a field that uses quantitative methods to analyze the research impact and quality of published works, provides invaluable insight during the pandemic, because it allows researchers to identify and study large-scale trends and patterns across the growing body of coronavirus research.
The CADRE project has created a new fellowship program for researchers who are working on COVID-19 or coronavirus-related research during the pandemic.
Next Monday, on Feb. 10, the CADRE team is holding a workshop that will introduce attendees to our platform and take them through a tutorial of how to work with it.
Last week, we introduced you to the first of five pillars that define our ultimate goal.
The pillar we wrote about, Community, showed how our platform brings together diverse groups of builders and users to solve critical problems faced by academic libraries and researchers. If you hav...Read More...
CADRE is working to solve a broad range of problems faced by academic libraries and researchers.
With so many different platform features and facets, it can be difficult to nail down what exactly CADRE is setting out to do. To help, we are breaking CADRE’s mission down into five core pr...Read More...
Yesterday, CADRE Project Co-Director Robert Van Rennes presented a poster about our platform at the Charleston Conference for libraries. The conference is just one of a broad range CADRE has attended to get the word out about our platform and get input on it.
Over the past few months, the CADRE team presented at events about the library and information science field, science of science research, and regional data science infrastructure to prove that CADRE can adapt to meet the needs of any researcher.Read More...
Last week, CADRE added the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) dataset to our server, making three different datasets readily available to CADRE users. The patent data will give CADRE users access to nearly 3.9 million records from 2004 to 2019, which include titles, abstracts, and referenced works.
It’s been one year since CADRE began its mission of democratizing access to big bibliometric data for academic libraries and researchers.
Our two-year, IMLS-funded project set out to develop, seed, and maintain a cloud-based, extendable cyberinfrastructure for sharing large academic lib...Read More...
Earlier this week, the NSF-funded Science Gateways Community Institute hosted its annual Gateways 2019 conference.
The institute, in partnership with seven universities including Indiana University, provides resources and support for the development of science gateways. The Gateways 2019 conference gives gateway creators and users an opportunity to connect and share resources.
So what’s a science gateway, and what does it have to do with CADRE?Read More...
Last week, the CADRE team presented our workshop and tutorial at the 2019 International Conference on Scientometrics & Infometrics (ISSI).Read More...
The CADRE team is heading to the 2019 International Conference on Scientometrics & Infometrics (ISSI) next week to present a workshop and tutorial to science of science researchers.
The CADRE team is hard at work developing a platform that will do what academic libraries have long been trying to achieve.Read More...
Research needs are varied and dynamic. While CADRE can ease the many technical and financial obstacles researchers face when working with large data resources, our platform also has the flexibility to fit more specific research needs. To better understand those needs, we collect User Stori...
The Collaborative Archive & Data Research Environment (CADRE) is extending the deadline to apply for the CADRE Fellowship Program to June 25. Academic researchers and librarians from any institution are invited to apply.
If you are not familiar with CADRE, we are an IMLS-funded project t...Read More...
The Shared BigData Gateway for Research Libraries (SBD-G) is a two-year IMLS-funded project to develop, seed, and maintain a cloud-based, extendable cyberinfrastructure for sharing large academic library data resources with a growing community of scholars.
SBD-G will achieve this through...Read More...