CRIStin (Current Research Information System in Norway) is the national system for registering and reporting research activities. Scientific employees at HVL are responsible for registering their R&D publications, projects and research stays in Cristin, and keeping their profiles updated. The library offers training and support.
During the autumn of 2018, HVL will launch its new institutional structure into Cristin. All our scientific staffs’ CRIStin-profiles and previously registered publications will be updated accordingly.
If you are unable to log in to Cristin with your FEIDE account, please contact your local Cristin contact.
What should be registered and what qualifies for publication points?
All scientific activities and publications must be registered in Cristin.
However, only certain forms of publication qualifies for publication points. This goes for scientific articles, monographs and chapters in anthologies published in channels approved for level 1 or 2 in The Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals, Series and Publishers.
Please visit NSD to learn more about publication points and how they affect the financial model for universities and university colleges.
All publications must include the authors’ institutional addresses, and these should be included in the Cristin registration, in the same order as they appear in the publications.
Profile-pages on HVL
Every employee at HVL has their own personal profile-page on HVL.no. The profile-page is automatically linked with their CRIStin-profile. You may choose to highlight up to five publications from CRIStin on your profile-page on HVL.no.
Open Access - uploading full text when registering in CRIStin
HVL encourages everyone to upload full text versions of research articles via CRIStin. Go to your registered article in CRIStin and click on “Deliver full-text document” at the bottom of the page.
Uploaded articles are automatically forwarded to HVL's institutional archive HVL Open, and the library looks into the copyright policy of the publisher to check whether, when and how they may be made openly available.