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Publishing Strategy

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Register your research publications in DiVA

Register your research publications in DiVA

 

 

All Swedish universities have a so-called digital repository, a database where the university's researchers' publications are registered. This is due to a number of reasons:

  • University management information in the form of publication statistics
  • The creation of publication lists which can be displayed on the web pages of each research environment for potential interested parties like research funders and other researchers
  • The creation of publication lists which can be displayed on the profile pages of each researcher on the university website
  • The contents of the repository can be imported to the Swedish research publications database SwePub which is a portal for all Swedish research publications
  • SwePub is planned to be tool for performing bibliometric analyses of Swedish research publications
  • All the publications that are registered in the repository are also indexed by Google Scholar which increases the possibilities of further dissemination of the research

Jönköping University uses the digital repository DiVA which is a consortium of 47 universities and research institutes. The management and development of DiVA is placed at Uppsala University. Jönköping University Library manages DiVA at Jönköping University. As a researcher at Jönköping University you can let the library handle the registrations of your publications by submitting the basic information via: http://ju.se/publicering. See more about this on the library's web site about DiVA:

 

 Register research publication in DiVA

 

The library is also checking the possibilities for green open access (see more about this in the section on Green open access) each time we register a journal article. When this is possible (and it usually is) we send an email inquiry to the author and asks for the the accepted manuscript and whether he/she wants to make it available as green open access. In some cases the publisher has set an embargo period before it can be made available and in those cases we set the appropriate date when it will be automatically made open access.