FORT BELVOIR, Va. - The Defense Technical Information Center (DTICR)
launched Aristotle, a professional social networking site for the Department
of Defense (DoD) science and technology (S&T) community. Aristotle provides
a secure environment for scientists, engineers, researchers and program
managers to network, create and collaborate with other experts in the S&T
Aristotle is a Web-based social media tool that adds a new dimension to
professional social networking for DoD employees. Users not only network
with other individuals; they can link to Topics, Projects and Documents.
Aristotle provides situational awareness of the larger DoD S&T community.
This powerful application helps S&T professionals do their jobs more
efficiently and effectively. Users can organize and share information, and
collaborate with colleagues around the world on Projects; gather, prioritize
and utilize information; and keep up-to-speed on developments in areas vital
to their work. Through Aristotle, users have access to DTIC's technical
reports and research summaries.
Federal government and DoD employees and their contractors must register with DTIC to
access Aristotle. In addition to the security provided by the requirement
to sign on with a userid and password or by using a registered Common Access
Card (CAC), users can assign permissions to everything they create in or
upload to Aristotle.
To access Aristotle visit: https://www.dtic.mil/aristotle.
To register for DTIC visit: http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/registration/.
DTIC is a DoD Field Activity aligned with the Director, Defense Research and
Engineering (DDR&E). The premier provider of DoD scientific and technical
information, DTIC has served the information needs of the defense community
for 65 years.