The library provides services and support for researchers at each of your research stage to facilitate your research managing and sharing.
At the stage of literature review:
At the stage of active research:
Bibliometrics, however, can be very narrow and limited measures and should not be used in isolation and exclusively. See Responsible metrics in the LibGuide on Bibliometrics and Responsible research assessment in the LibGuide on Open science.
To share your research:
More information, see Impact: beyond bibliometrics and Improve the visibility and impact of your research in the LibGuide on Bibliometrics.
Sharing your research both with the research community and the general public in the wider social circle is done by incorporating open science principles and practices into your research process (see the section on Open science and research at Hanken).
Hanken encourages researchers to publish open access to your publications, research data and methods, actively inform the academic community about your research outputs, make the general public aware of them, and take part in societal discussion, in order to facilitate innovation and cooperation both within the academic community and between research and industry. Hanken’s Marketing and communication services help researchers in issues related to research communication.
Hanken researchers are entitled to different open access opportunities and support, for example:
Hanken researchers can publish their articles as (hybrid) open access to a discounted fee, provided that the Hanken affiliated researcher acts as the corresponding author and that Hanken affiliation is officially stated in the publication.
The discount is based on the transformative agreements between the FinElib consortium and publishers. Always start by checking if your target journal is included in one of the current agreements. The process of obtaining a discount on APC is different with each publisher. It is extremely important to fill in the publication forms correctly, since publishers will not make any APC refunds retrospectively.
Hanken has set up a central fund since 2020 to cover an article processing charge (APC) in a gold or hybrid open access journal and book processing charge (BPC) for a monograph. Check the criteria of open access publication fund allocation.
Alternatively, Hanken researchers choose green open access, that is, uploading a copy of your publication in Haris and preserving it in Hanken’s institutional repository DHanken. Note that there may be an embargo period that hinders immediate open access to the self-archived copy uploaded in Haris. See How to self-archive at Hanken in the LibGuide on Open access.
Open access (OA) means that research publications are made freely accessible on the internet in digital form, which promotes the dissemination of research results both within the scientific community and to the public at large. Readers can read, use, copy, print, and link to the OA publications, all free of charge. There are three main types of open access publishing:
More information, se Open access to scholarly publications in the LibGuide on Open science, or the LibGuide on Open access. Questions concerning open access publishing can be addressed to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research data management (RDM) means organization, description, storage, preservation, and sharing of data collected and used in a research project. Researchers can use the research data management flowchart or follow the 6 stages outlined in Data management process at Hanken in the LibGuide on Research data management (RDM) to complete the data management process that covers the whole research data life cycle.
Note that there are two different data management processes with different instructions for BSc/MSc/eMBA students and for researchers and PhD students, respectively.
Data management skills are understood as essential research competency. Appropriate data management and carefully organized and described research datasets that are published for data retrieval and reuse are recognised as part of a researcher’s academic merits.
All research shall adhere to good data protection practices. If you collect and process personal data for your research, follow the procedures specified in the Guidelines and procedures of personal data processing in studies and research at Hanken to maintain high ethical standards and observe relevant legislation.
To publish open and FAIR data, it is important to do the following:
More information on RDM is available in Hanken's LibGuide on Research data management (RDM) including:
For help and support for data management plans (DMPs), data storage, metadata creation, and data sharing and preservation, please contact email@example.com.
For questions concerning data protection, please contact Hanken's Data Protection Officer firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions concerning ethical guidelines and ethical review, please contact Hanken's Research Integrity Advisor: Anu Helkkula, email@example.com. See Ethical principles and Ethical review in the LibGuide on RDM.
Haris is Hanken's research database that collects Hanken's research outputs and intellectual resources.
All researchers who are employed by, or otherwise associated with, Hanken, shall register their research merits in Haris.
As a newly employed researcher, you shall register your publications published during the past five years, even if the publications are not affiliated with Hanken. This information is needed for reporting to the AACSB accreditation. You can also register publications older than five years if you wish.
Each researcher is responsible for registering his/her own research merits. In practice, the registration can be done by the assistant or helpdesk at your department. Check what the practice applies at your department. To register your publications five years backwards, you can also contact the library for help. It is often possible to import the publications from other databases to avoid manual registration.
Haris has the following content types:
In addition, you can edit your personal profile and decide on what your profile looks like in Haris public portal. You can, for example, add a photo, describe your research interests, activate links to your other profiles in social media (e.g., Twitter, ResearchGate, LinkedIn). Read more about Edit profile and Haris public portal.
The library validates the publications registered in Haris, but is not responsible for the registration itself. Research projects are examined by the Office of Research, International Affairs and Corporate Connections, while the accuracy of activities is not checked.
The name Haris is the abbreviation of Haken Research Information System.
For more information, see the LibGuide on Haris where there are also instructions on registering different content types.
Questions about Haris and Haris registration can be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The concept of open science has different definitions and includes multiple aspects and opportunities for you to consider what open science could mean throughout the research cycle. In general, open science refers to the efforts and mechanisms by which the findability, accessibility and (re)usability of scientific knowledge are promoted in the digital era.
Open science encompasses:
Hanken has been actively promoting open science and following the national and international principles and requirements of openness in science and research. Active promotion of open science is included as one of the key elements in Hanken 2030 Long-term Strategy.
In August 2019, Hanken signed the Declaration for Open Science and Research (Finland) 2020-2025 and is committed to following the strategic principles, objectives, and action plans outlined in the four Policies of Open Science and Research in Finland to achieve the goals set out in the Declaration.
To continue to promote openness as a fundamental value of science:
For a more detailed description of Hanken's guidelines on open science and research, see the Guidelines for Open Science and Research at Hanken (2021):
More information about open science benefits, principles, development, and practices at Hanken, see the LibGuide on Open science.
Doctoral students can get hands-on support and training in open science principles and practices including how to share your research and how to publish open access to publications, research data and teaching materials, as well as in research data management (RDM) know-how, from the 69990-E Training in Research data management (RDM) and Open science Doctoral Course in Moodle.
Questions concerning open science can be addressed to email@example.com.