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Haris - Hanken research database: Why is Haris needed? How is Haris data used?

Why we need Haris? How is Haris data used?

Haris is used for collecting and reporting every Hanken researcher’s research efforts and academic achievements. The information in Haris is needed and used for, at least, for the following purposes:

1. Data in Haris provides the basis for both internal and external reporting.

    Externally, research data registered in Haris is used for:

    Internally, Haris data is relied on for:

 

2. Hanken promotes open research and recommends that scientific articles be published as green open access. According to one of the goals of the Guidelines for Open Research at Hanken, Hanken endeavours to ensure that 80% of its annually reported scientific articles are published as green open access, and that self-archived copies of all articles are uploaded to the research database Haris. Learn more about open access publishing at Hanken.

See also Haris and open access.

 

3. Haris public portal (http://haris.hanken.fi/portal) pulls data from Haris database, and is also integrated with researchers’ personal Hanken webpages (for example, https://www.hanken.fi/en/person/apramey-dube). This public portal gives an overall view of the publications, activities and projects of Hanken researchers. Highlighted information in Haris is displayed on your personal Hanken webpage. This improves the visibility of Hanken’s research achievements on both institutional level and researchers’ individual level.  

 

4. For you as an individual researcher, Haris not only serves as a research portfolio where you collect all your academic achievements. Haris data can also be exported to create and update your CVs in different ways for various purposes. Haris proves to be a useful tool to disseminate information about your research in different channels.

Another key feature of Haris is that the content in Haris is selected and updated by you yourself, ensuring that you have complete control over your public profile.

Furthermore, PURE is CERIF (Common European Research Information Format) compliant, which means that if you move to another university or institute, your Haris records can move with you, since most universities and institutes use PURE or other CERIF compliant systems.