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ShareCenter Presentation to the Clinical Research Management KFC. Chris Kelleher February 16, 2012. What ShareCenter Does. A Networking Platform. A Sharing “Marketplace ”. A Collaboration Environment. Technical Foundation. Uses the Drupal content management system — All open source .

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ShareCenterPresentation to theClinical Research Management KFC

Chris Kelleher

February 16, 2012

What ShareCenter Does

A Networking Platform

  • A Sharing “Marketplace”

A Collaboration Environment

Technical Foundation

  • Uses the Drupal content management system

  • All open source

Current Administrative Supplement

2011 to 2012

  • Provide ShareCenter to CTSA Institutions

    • Standalone installations (control and versatility)

    • ShareCenter Portal (low cost, quick set-up)

  • Optimized version for Practice-based research networks (PBRNs)

  • Provide CTSA ShareCenter to the Coordinating Center (C4) as a resource for the Consortium

  • ShareCenter as an easy + organic “front end” for informatics tools

Current Partners

Partner Sites

Washington University| CTSA

Yale University | CTSA

Northwestern University| CTSA

University of Rochester | Regional Research Network

University of Florida | PBRN

University of Wisconsin | PBRN


AHRQ P30 Center (Under Review) | Five Sites

Oregon Academy of Family Physicians | All Members

University of California, San Francisco | Trainees

University of California, Davis | Social Networking Analysis

Eagle-i (Harvard, OHSU, etc) | Integration

VIVO (Florida, Cornell, etc) | Integration

Resource Discovery System (Pitt, Duke, etc)| Integration

CTSA2Community (Indiana) | Coordination and Sharing

Community Research Partners (Vanderbilt)| Coordination and Sharing

Elsevier SciVal| Integration (In Discussion)

Partner Systems







ShareCenter 2.0 | Sample

Home Page

ShareCenter 2.0 | Sample

A Submission (Top of Page)

ShareCenter 2.0 | Sample

A Submission (Bottom of Page)

ShareCenter 2.0 | Sample

Categories & Tags (Optional)

ShareCenter 2.0 | Sample


ShareCenter 2.0 | Sample

VIVO-powered Profile Page

Why ShareCenter?

Find, share, and exchangewith ShareCenter

  • Because reinventing the wheel is a waste of time

    • Easily ask for resources, expertise, and advice

    • Share resources with minimal effort

Why ShareCenter?

Centralize information and discussionswith ShareCenter

  • Because email can be a mess

    • Conversations get fragmented and confused

    • Information is hard to track, hard to organize

    • Documents get lost without any shared historical record

Why ShareCenter?

Promote group cohesion with ShareCenter

  • Because community-building is a challenge

    • Hard to find people — and maintain contact

    • Not easy to identify common interests

    • Difficult to build on your connections

Why ShareCenter?

Work easily across organizations with ShareCenter

  • Because collaborating across organizations is hard

    • Institution-based systems don’t easily accommodate people outside the institution

    • Teams need spaces to call their own

Why ShareCenter?

Leverage organic activitywith ShareCenter

  • Because top-down organization is difficult to sustain

    • Constant effort — and high administrative overhead

    • “Central planning” quickly gets out-of-sync with reality

ShareCenter Portal

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Chris Kelleher


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