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CODE4LIB  May 2011

CODE4LIB May 2011

Subject:

Build Library Apps for Science and win $15,000 / $10,000 / $5,000

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"Caprio, Remko (ELS-NYC)" <[log in to unmask]>

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Code for Libraries <[log in to unmask]>

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I want to invite librarians and library information system professionals
to participate in a 

software competition for SciVerse applications. You can build
applications to enhance and 

customize the end-user's search needs, improving their research through
a library Sciverse 

application. 

 

SciVerse is an OpenSocial (also used by OCLC's Cooperative Platform and
iGoogle for instance, 

and with 900 million end-users worldwide) based network and apps
platform for Elsevier 

products: Hub, ScienceDirect, Scopus, SciTopics and Applications. With
SciVerse you can create 

your own library application and embed it directly within SciVerse
content, while connecting 

with third party open APIs and open data, and thus improving the
experience of SciVerse 

for your particular library. 

 

For more information about the challenge go to http://appsforscience.com


For more information about SciVerse go to http://developer.sciverse.com 

 

Examples of SciVerse applications are:

-          Illinois Catalog Viewer, which allows users to browse related
search results in the 

Illinois Library catalog. (a white-labeled open source version for
VuFind catalogs, 

developed in collaboration with the University of Illinois and VuFind
will be 

available soon). 

-          CiteSeer, which shows related search results in CiteSeerX in
the context of SciVerse 

searches (developed by Mark Harmer, winner of Elsevier Challenge at
Code4Lib, 

available soon) 

 

About Apps for Science

Deadline: July 31, 2011

 

Elsevier is offering $35,000 in prizes and challenging software
developers to help researchers,

librarians and students navigate the scientific content, improve search
and discovery, visualize 

sophisticated data in more insightful and attractive ways and stimulate
collaboration.

 

Elsevier has opened the scientific content and provided APIs for
developers to create apps that 

improve researcher and librarian productivity and workflow. 

 

Developers are encouraged to collaborate and develop the best apps to
enhance and customize 

your end user's experience of SciVerse. Developers retain full IP rights
to their submissions and 

can host their apps on Elsevier's SciVerse Application Marketplace where
you can market their 

apps and gain revenue from 15 million users in over  10,000
institutions. Apps For Science is open 

to individual residents and organizations domiciled in seven countries:
Australia, India, Japan, 

Germany, Netherlands, United Kingdom and the United States .

 

 

 

  <http://appsforscience.com/> 

 

Remko Caprio

Developer Network | Elsevier

Developer Platform Evangelist

 

Elsevier

360 Park Avenue South

New York, NY 10010 USA

Tel +1 (212) 633 3785

Mobile +1 (718) 679 8532

Skype: remkocaprio

IM: remkocaprio

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http://developer.sciverse.com/blog <http://developers.sciverse.com/blog>


http://twitter.com/sciversedev

http://www.facebook.com/sciverse
<http://www.facebook.com/pages/SciVerse/151739048173704?ref=sgm> 

 

 


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