Haris is integrated with Hanken’s website, so a Hanken researcher’s profile in Haris is exposed also on Hanken’s web. The profile information and the metadata in Haris are used on your researcher page in Haris public portal as well, and can be used in CVs made in Haris in different ways for various purposes. Haris proves to be a useful tool to disseminate information about your research in different channels.
Therefore, we recommend that you upload a profile picture, add details about your education, research interests and career, and shortly describe your curriculum, in order to enrich the information on your personal homepage. If possible, add the information both in English and in Swedish.
Basic information about you and your affiliation with Hanken is pulled from the HR database every night and cannot be edited in Haris. If you find errors in the information, you should report them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can enrich the information about yourself by using the fields and features as follows:
You can review your changes immediately on your personal overview page in the public portal of Haris by clicking the My portal profile-link next to your photo.
You can add links to your profiles in other services, such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Mendeley, ResearchGate, Twitter. By choosing Personal in the drop-down menu you can add a link to, i.e., your Google Scholar profile or your personal web page.
ORCID (Open Researcher & Contributor Identifier) (http://orcid.org/) provides researchers and authors a unique and permanent digital identifier that can be used throughout research and publishing lifecycles. Open to all, non-profit and community-driven, ORCID is a non-proprietary standard maintained by the scholarly community for the benefit of research and researchers. It is of value to all career stages, from postgraduate research students to the senior academics.
ORCID ID solves the name ambiguity problem, and names that change over time. ORCID addresses this problem by allocating each researcher a unique, persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher, and by making this registry publicly available and searchable.
ORCID ID also enables all of your research outputs to be automatically linked to each other. You can maintain all your key information and contributions in one place. ORCID will, over time, reduce the need to enter the same personal and publication data into many different systems.
It is useful to give your ORCID ID, for example, in funding applications, submitted manuscripts and CV. Some publishers and funders require your ORCID identifier.
Haris includes a field for authors to record your ORCID ID. If you have an ORCID ID, you can add it into Haris by clicking Edit profile > Create or Connect your ORCID ID.
You can choose certain research merits to show up on top of your overview page in the public portal and on your personal Hanken webpage by using the Highlighted content function. The chosen entries will then be displayed the first in the lists Highlighted research outputs, Highlighted activities, Highlighted prizes, and Highlighted projects, respectively. If you do not use this Highlighted content function, the newest content will be shown by default in your public portal and on your personal Hanken webpage.
To add highlighted contents start by klicking Edit profile.
To highlight publications, activities, prizes, and projects for the first time, click Highlighted content in the left menu. Then click the plus sign under each of the four research merits of research outputs, activities, prizes, and projects. Add the entries you wish to be shown in your highlighted content.
After adding the entries, you can change their order with the arrows (↑ and ↓) or delete or delete them with the cross (X) showing up to the right when you put the mouse on top of an entry.
Remember to click Save before closing the window.
There is a possibility to make public and private CVs. These functions are available in the menu Curriculum Vitae to the left.
The public CV is used for presentation on the Haris public portal. Once the public CV is published it is available also on the public portal. It is only possible to have one of these CVs. The private CV can be used to export your selected data from Haris to pdf and Word, and it is only visible for you.
Choose which sections or elements to add when creating your CV.
The same function applies to your publications, activities and projects.