The annual deadline for registering research publications is January 28, 2021.
The University of Agder gets funding from the Government partly based on the amount of publications in approved publication channels. To get approval the publication channels have to fulfill the definitions of a scientific publications that are used by the UHR (The Norwegian Association of Higher Education Institutions). The main criteria are that the paper must be in a journal/book with a peer review system and be of scientific quality.
Approved Publication Categories:
Article in international peer reviewed journal (A11)
Article in national peer reviewed journal (A15)
Article in scientific series (A25)
Article in scientific anthology (A22)
Scientific monographs (B11)
The Norwegian documentation system for research funding was approved by the Ministry of Education and Research in 2005 upon the recommendation of the Norwegian Association of Higher Education Institutions (UHR). First used in connection with budget allocations in 2006, the system is designed to facilitate a performance-based distribution of research funding to the institutions based on their academic publishing activity. The entire report can be read here: A Bibliometric Model for Performance-based Budgeting of Research Institutions
Research documentation in Norway
Cristin (Current research information system in Norway) is a research information system for hospitals, research institutes, and universities and university colleges. An essential part in the result service is the publishing database NVI (The Norwegian Science Index). Click for further information.
Research results / NVI These publication forms are to be reported to DBH. They must also meet the requirements of scientific publishing and publishing channels (journals / publishers) must be approved. See Publication channels
Academic article/Academic literature review
Academic chapter/article/Conference proceedings
Correct Address When you register your publications in Cristin, you need to make sure that you register the same address that you provided to the publication, to ensure that both you and The University of Agder get the credit they are due. Only publications with an Author affiliation including UiA may be reported on behalf of the University of Agder.