Yearly reporting of publications produced by the university experts to the Ministry of Education and Culture is highly important. Reported publications form 14% of the funding granted by the Ministry of Education and Culture. In addition, there is a coefficient of 1.2 for open, peer reviewed publications.
Researchers are responsible for reporting their publications to UEF SoleCRIS research database. Submitting your publications to SoleCRIS is easy: Fill the publication information registration form (opens in new window). UEF library will take care of the rest.
To ensure open access and long-term preservation of publications, researchers are encouraged to self-archive their publications to publication repositories. UEF has launched its own publication repository, UEF eRepository, in February 2017. Self-archiving to the UEF eRepository (i.e. eRepo) as a library service can be taken care of as you report a new publication in the SoleCRIS publication database by filling the publishing information registration form. In addition to this, you only need to attach your article’s final draft version to the form in PDF format. The library will check the self-archiving policies and possible embargos of the publishers.
Klemola, M. 2016. Publication data collection instructions for researchers / Julkaisutiedonkeruun tutkijaohjeistukset. CSC / Ministry of Education and Culture.