This is how you register your research in Cristin:
1. Make sure you have the publication and all the data relating to it
- Evaluate whether the publication can be referred to as academic, and, if so, in which category it should be registered.
- When the publication is part of an anthology/proceedings, data on the anthology/proceedings are required as a separate initial registration (see the Cristin user guides).
- Requirements for documentations: if the publication fits in an academic category/NVI category your Cristin contact person at the library has to see the publication (in a printed or electronic version), to approve it for the annual report. Therefore, immediately send an e-mail with the relevant documentation to inform the library.
2. Register in Cristin
- Log in to Cristin with your Feide account
- Search for the publication to see if it is already in the system
- Go to “Research results/NVI” and then “Register result”
- Follow the instructions in the user guides carefully
- Remember to add any project code (see the user guide for registering project codes)
- The Cristin-team at the USN library and super users at other institutions can make changes to the registration. The registration can also automatically be updated when importing data from Scopus, Norart and BIBSYS.
- Please contact us if you have any questions
3. Register the Vancouver declaration (if needed)
- To register that all the co-authors fulfill the requirements of the Vancouver recommendations, log in to Cristin and register check this selection. This can also be done after the initial registration of the publication is done (perhaps by some other user). The authorchip declaration is registered and has to be signed digitally by one of the authors.
Read about the Vancouver recommendations.