If you are academic staff emploed by Hanken, you will automatically have a personal user account in Haris and a profile in the Haris public portal.
Haris is integrated with Hanken’s website, so a researcher’s profile in Haris portal is linked to the researcher page on Hanken's web. Haris proves to be a useful tool to disseminate information about your research in different channels.
Therefore, we recommend that you manage your profile to enrich the information about your research. You can, for example, upload a profile picture, add details about your education, research interests and career, and shortly describe your curriculum. If possible, add the information both in English and in Swedish.
As a new employee at Hanken, you should add your publications from the five previous years (current year included) to Haris, even those that are not affiliated to Hanken. This is required for reporting to the accreditations.
NB! If you have co-authored publications with Hanken-affiliated researchers, the publication is probably already submitted to Haris. In this case you should not add a duplicate record. This can easily be checked in the Haris portal or in by searching in the editor when logged in.
If you have previously been affiliated with a university using the Pure software, it is possible to import your research output. There are also other options for importing data. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for help with adding previous publications.
When logging in to Haris the start page is your personal user overview. This how you, as a personal user, can access, work, explore and add content within Haris. The personal user overview is available only to yourself and Haris administrators. Note that the personal user overview is not the same as your portal profile. The components of the overview is introduced below.
Your primary information is presented in this section.
This section shows summaries of all your research output with associated PlumX metrics. If there are changes in the metrics between logins, the changes will be shown above the total for each metric.
When clicking on the link View research outputs with PlumX data you will be transfered to the editor, having the PlumX filter activated.
In the editor, you can filter research output to find those with PlumX metrics.
You can examine PlumX metrics counts per research output by opening the submission and navigate to the Metrics menu tab. The metrics is shown as below.
The content inventory is a summary of your content in Haris, by content type. Content types are ordered by the count of each sub-type. When clicked, each type and sub-type will be opened in the overview editor, with the appropriate filter activated.
The project overview is a visual summary and exploration of your projects and associated outputs. You can quickly determine if your projects and their associated content are complete and correct.
When you click on an individual project in the project overview, a modal box will display the individual project in a timeline.
Using the research relation and collaboration overview map you can interact with, and explore, your relationships with your research output, activities, coauthors and affiliations.
Use this to add new content to Haris. It opens a new window that allows you to select a template or to import content from external databases.
Tasks will alert you to actions you might want to do. Typically, it can be research outputs that need to be "ushed to the next workflow step". Click on a task to review and take action on it.
Notifications lets you know if you have been added to content. Click on Got it! if the notification is correct and you want to remove it. Notifications older than 6 months will automatically be removed.
After logging into Haris, click on Edit profile to edit your profile and tell more about yourself and your research. You can enrich the information in your profile by using the fields and features as described below.
Basic information about you, your title (academic degree), education information and your organisational affiliations with Hanken is pulled from the HR database Mepco every night and cannot be edited in Haris. If you find errors in the information, you should report them to email@example.com. Information synchronized from Mepco is marked with this symbol .
It is highly recommended that Hanken researchers should have an ORCID id and add it to Haris.
Learn more about ORCID id and Haris.
You can fill in each empty box with free texts in English and Swedish. You can add the English text also in the Swedish editor. If leaving empty, your profile will be empty in this language version.
To enhance your fingerprints shown in the public portal, it is especially important to add Research areas and Research interest.
Learn more about the fingerprints feature.
The information in the field Education information is pulled from Mepco and can not be changed, but additional information can be added by choosing Education information and Additional Education Information, in the drop-down menu of Add profile information.
Click Create when you are done writing your text.
Remember to click Save at the bottom of the editor to have the information shown on your profile page.
The keywords are shown on your public portal profile.
To enhance your fingerprints shown in the public portal, it is important to add also keywords. Learn more about the fingerprints feature.
The keywords are shown on your public portal profile.
See the video SDGs and research for more information (click on video to login).
Automated search allows a researcher to add names or IDs to be matched in any of the available online sources. This will then make Haris look for content that matches either the name or ID and inform the researcher about a potential match in the online source reflected by a personal task named "Candidates in X".
Example: The researcher will be informed of a personal task named "Candidates in Scopus" if the selected source is Scopus:
The Person profile settings page also contains a number of sections dedicated to the public portal profile. By using and managing these features you can improve your online profile.
The basic information in the portal profile includes basic information such as name, title and organisational affiliation at Hanken.
To enrich what is shown in your portal profile you log in to Haris admin and Manage your personal information to add the following:
Collaboration map. A visualization of your research network, showing other researchers and institutions you have worked with or have co-authors at during the past five years. Collaboration details can be shown as a map, as profiles or research units. By clicking on a dot, you can see more information.
The collaboration network map indicates the location of collaborations within the past five years by showing the countries/regions (and where possible, states) where you had an affiliation or where co-authors of your research outputs were affiliated. The network map is based on research outputs and projects.
You can hide the collaboration map to be shown on your public profile if you feel it doesn't add to your profile or does not properly reflect your international collaborations. Note that the collaboration map is improved by adding external organisations to research outputs and activities.
To disable map navigate to Edit profile > Portal profile > Collaboration map > Toggle off Show collaboration map on profile. Note: Only the map is hidden, not the Network section showing the number of collaborations.
By default, the five most recent items for each content type is shown on your overview page in the public portal. Alternatively, you can choose certain items to expose at the top of your overview by using the Highlighted content function.
To edit Highlighted content navigate to Edit profile > Highlighted content.
Choose the type of content you want to highlight - research outputs, activities, prizes, or projects. Click the plus sign and search for the content you wish to highlight. Maximum five items can be chosen for each content type.
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.
A fingerprint overview with the top fingerprint concepts is shown in your personal profile, and may look like this:
Fingerprint is an index of weighted terms, visualized according to their weight. The Fingerprint Engine mines the text of documents to generate a ‘fingerprint’ of key concepts based on the available text data related to a piece of content. It mines the text of scientific documents such as publication abstracts, profile information and other sources.
The Elsevier Fingerprint Engine is a back-end software system that extracts information from unstructured, English-language text and creates an index of weighted terms that characterize that text. The Fingerprint Engine uses a variety of thesauri to support applications pertaining to different subject areas.
Fingerprints are constructed by mining concepts from scientific documents and listing how closely the analyzed documents/texts are related to concepts. New concepts may not appear in your Fingerprint if they have not yet been added to Elsevier Fingerprint Engine during a regular update.
These fingerprint concepts provide a quick snapshot of the key topics covered by the content and can be used during search and filtering. In the Haris portal, it can also be used for finding similar researcher profiles.
You can choose which fingerprint concepts to show in your personal profile. Edit fingerprints by navigating to Edit profile > Fingerprints.
Learn more about Fingerprint indexing.
Scopus metrics are by default shown in the Haris portal. The H-index is is displayed in your profile for a period of 5 years, 10 years and all years. A graph showing volume and time period of your research output is also shown by default in connection to the metrics.
Scopus metrics (citations and h-index) is calculated based on the number of publications stored in Haris and citations from Scopus.
Metrics per individual research output are shown next to the output.
You can hide the Scopus metrics (h-index and/or citations) to be shown in your portal profile. Navigate to Edit profile > Portal profile > Show metrics. Note that If you hide metrics, they may still be shown on other pages, such as your co-authors' profiles.
ORCID (Open Researcher & Contributor Identifier) 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 and flexibility problems. Names can change over time and many authors may share the same name. ORCID addresses these problems 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.
More benefits of an ORCID, see Why get an ORCID?
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.
If you do not have one yet, you can apply for one easily at https://orcid.org/.
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.