The university has commenced its HERDC Research Publication Collection process for 2015. Research publications can be any published piece of work resulting from academic research, eg Journal Articles, Books, Book Chapters, Conference Papers.
Publications are submitted to the Higher Education Research Data Collection (HERDC) and the university receives research funding based on accepted publications. Categories included in the HERDC Collection are:
Book – Authored Research
Book Chapter – Commercial Publisher
Journal Article – Refereed, Scholarly Journal
Conference Paper – Full Paper Refereed
Procedure to include your publications
The Research Output System (ROS) records and manages UNSW’s research output publications. ROS is designed to find and retrieve your publications from the web by searching a range of data sources. ROS collects these publication records into a single area for you to claim or reject. ROS searches a number of well known journal databases to bring in records of papers published by researchers. The sources currently searched are: Scopus, Web of Science, arXiv, PubMed, RePEc, dblp. As not everyone’s publications will appear in one of the online data sources, it is also possible to add publication records manually.
ROS then feeds information about your publications into a number of systems including UNSW’s Institutional Analysis and Reporting Office’s system JULIA, the Research Gateway and a number of Faculty webpages.
To ensure your publications are up to date login to ROS:
Check ‘My Publications’ to ensure all pending items have been claimed or rejected
Check your 2014 publications list to ensure it is complete
Check your HERDC tab to ensure all eligible publications are nominated
For help using ROS see the online guide within ROS or contact Kate Dunn, the Outreach Librarian.