University of Helsinki research portal presents the results of research

Everybody can browse the information about the publications and research activities of the University of Helsinki researchers in a public portal. Through the research portal, one can get information about the experts, publications, projects and other activities of the multidisciplinary university. Several publications can also be read openly.

Members of the research community for example add their publications and fields of science annually. We recommend that researchers also connect their ORCID identifier to their TUHAT-profile (requires UH-user login). The research information must this year be added by the January 31. The University uses the system for the reporting to the Ministry of Education and Culture and uses the collected data for example in research evaluations.

Researcher, check from our video or from the guide how you add the information to the system.

VIDEO: https://youtu.be/APAHUzTBWas
GUIDE: https://libraryguides.helsinki.fi/tuhat/

You can also participate in our last TUHAT-clinic session at the Kaisa House January 24th, 14-16 o´clock.

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TUHAT-clinics start Jan 8th @ Kaisa House

During  the January 2019 library offers support for University of Helsinki annual research reporting. Library organizes support clinics for researchers and personnel focusing on reporting into research information system TUHAT.

 TUHAT-clinics
  • Kaisa House January 8th 10-12 or 24th 14-16, pc-room 5057
  • Meilahti January 14th 14-16, Terkko pc-classroom
  • Kumpula Campus library January 15th 13-15, library classroom G108b
  • Viikki January 18th 10-12, pc-classroom 170, Info Centre Korona, 1st floor

No preregistration needed. You can just pop in or stay as long as you wish.

Don´t forget our online guide and support service:

Researcher, send your publications to the library for open archiving

The requested service is now available! You can send your publications to the library for self-archiving. We check publication rights and archive your publications according to the terms of the publisher.  Send your file to openaccess-info@helsinki.fi and include information on where your publication will be published.

Picture: PexelsIf you are uncertain which version of your publication can be archived or when it can be archived, send us all the versions you have. (More information on different versions in Open Access: Self-archiving (Green OA).

The archiving service is available to all University of Helsinki staff and students. If you have any questions about this service, about self-archiving or about open access you can reach us at openaccess-info@helsinki.fi.

Background

  • Eighty-four percent of the researchers who answered the library’s patron survey in the spring 2018 said they would use a self-archiving service if available.
  • According to the University of Helsinki’s principles of open publishing (2017) all publications produced at the university should be archived in the publication archive HELDA. In HELDA the long-term storage and availability of publications are secured.

Additional information: marja.moisio@helsinki.fi

Translation: Monica Allardt

Tuhat-clinics start Jan 9th @ Kaisa House

During January library offers support for annual research reporting at the library Tuhat-clinics:

Kaisa House

January 9th 10-12, pc-room 5057
January 25th 14-16, pc-room 5057

Kumpula

January 15th 13-15, Campus library classroom G108b

Meilahti

January 15th 14-16, Terkko pc-classroom

Viikki

January 19th 10-12, pc-classroom 170, Info Centre Korona, 1st floor

No registration, welcome!

Other ways to get support:

Tuhat-clinics start Jan 10th @ Kaisa House

During January library offers support for annual research reporting.

At the library “Tuhat-clinics”

  • Kaisa House January 10th 10-12 or 25th 14-16 pc-room 5057
  • Kumpula Campus library January 11th 12-14 library classroom G108b
  • Meilahti January 17th 9-11 Terkko pc-classroom
  • Viikki January 19th 10-12 pc-classroom 170

Other ways to get support

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More information: http://libraryguides.helsinki.fi/tuhat/

 

Do you need support with researchdatabase TUHAT?

During January library offers support for annual research reporting.

At the library (Tuhat-clinics)

  • Kaisa House January 10th 10-12 or 25th 14-16 pc-room 5057
  • Kumpula Campus library January 11th 12-14 library classroom G108b
  • Meilahti January 17th 9-11 Terkko pc-classroom
  • Tuhat clinic at Viikki will be confirmed later

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See our online guide: http://libraryguides.helsinki.fi/tuhat

Need advice with self-archiving your publications?

Researchers of University of Helsinki can order personal librarian to help with Open Access publishing and self-archiving to TUHAT / HELDA.

Other topics to discuss about could be for example the requirements of research funding organizations concerning open access publishing or choosing the way to publish openly.

Please, fill out the form and make an order by the end of the year 2016. Appointment can be arranged during December 2016 – January 2017, exact time will be confirmed later according to your wishes.

You can find more information about open access and related services in the Open Access guide.

Do you already have ORCID – an international identifier for researchers?

Have you changed your name or university? Are there others with the same name? Do you repeatedly fill in the same information?

orcid_128x128How is ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) useful for you?

1) You get a permanent and unique digital identification number, that can be used in different services. You can link your other researcher IDs (e.g. Scopus) to ORCID.

2) ORCID can track your publications regardless of name change or different forms of your name. ORCID can handle any type of scholarly publication from articles to video diaries, from books to blogs.

3) Managing your publications becomes much easier in the long run. Tranferring information between databases is much faster. You can give trusted organisations, e.g. universities, libraries and publishers the right to see and add information.

4) You own your own information on ORCID. ORCID is a non-profit organisation registered in the USA.

5) The usefulness of ORCID increases all the time. The University of Helsinki, HUCH and many other Finnish organisations have signed an agreement to use ORCID. Internationally there are over 2 million ORCID members,

6) Many research funders, including the WellcomeTrust in Great Britain and Vetenskapsrådet in Sweden demand an ORCID identifier in applications.

Create your own researcher identifier at orcid.org. If you already have an ORCID account, we recommend that you add your identifier to your TUHAT profile. Read more about the benefits of ORCID on Impactstory blog.  Information in Finnish on https://tutkijatunniste.fi/