You have everything in place: manuscript, figures, scripts or analysis files, and data. You are done. Well, there are still steps to possibly level up your research game! The codeword is open science, a set of practices to make research more transparent and accessible.
Once in a while researchers ask me: «what is my ORCID»? Or: «where do I find my ORCID id»? This has left me wondering whether an understanding is spreading that ORCID iD is something all researchers have, and that what you need to do is find it. Well, if only…
On May 25, the library presented the annual report of research results to Forskings- og innovasjonsutvalet (FI). It shows that our researchers published 20% more in 2019 than in 2018, measured by number of academic publications and publications points.
Is there any point in writing a blog entry about plagiarism? Plagiarism is apparently a simple issue: It is something that you should never do. Full stop. Still, are there aspects of academic writing that should cause all of us to be more attentive to the threat of plagiarism? Fortsett å lese «From Plagiarism to Patchwriting – and back»
The Internet is flooded with information – also about you. It is a good idea to take some measurements to control what those searching for information about you are likely to find. Here are three tips to increase your digital visibility as a researcher, reduce the risk of mix-up with others, and make sure you and your institution are properly credited for your efforts and results.Fortsett å lese «Three ways to increase your digital visibility»
Many of our new PhD-candidates, post docs and employees come from other countries are probably not familiar with the system used at HVL and other Norwegian research and higher education institutions for registrering research publications and activities. Therefore; to all our English-speaking researchers, let me introduce Cristin.