New Danish affiliation groupings in Research Portal Denmark
Following feedback from several of the users and data providers of the Research Portal, we have revisited and re-designed the original organizational affiliation categories that have been in use since the launch of the Research Portal Denmark last year. This has resulted in an expansion of the number of normalized Danish affilliation names (so-called NORA names) and the addition of further organization groupings, which can be found and used in for example the filter Danish Affiliations in all the databases. These additions should make the search experience in the Research Portal even better. Among the new groupings are Business Academies and Artistic Higher Education Institutions. Explore all the new organizations and categories in one of the portal’s current publication-based databases:
Data from Danish Artistic Higher Education Institutions in Research Portal Denmark
By the end of last year, the NORA team shared that the Research Portal Denmark’s database with data from local systems has been expanded with data from VIVE – the Danish Center for Social Science Research, the Ministry of Culture Research Portal as well as all the Danish University Colleges. In addition, we are happy to share that we are now also including data from the three Danish artistic higher education institutions: Design School Kolding, Aarhus School of Architecture and the Royal Danish Academy – Architecture, Design, Conservation. You can find and search publication data from all the Danish institutions included in the database based on Local Systems Data
Newsletter December 2022 – Better matching, new export, and more data
The NORA team wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Stay up to date with the latest news from the NORA team. In this issue of the newsletter, you can read about improved matching across global databases, improved export, and additional institutions in the database with data from Local Systems. We also share information on the NORA team’s ongoing efforts and plans for the first part of 2023. Read much more in the newsletter
NORA job openings – We are looking for a new Senior Analyst and Technical Coordinator to join the team
We are busy with the development of Research Portal Denmark and therefore currently have two job openings:
- We are looking for an experienced analyst who can help us meet the portal’s ambitious objectives. Do you love working with data, have solid experience with Research Analytics and think innovatively, then it might just be you we are looking for. Application deadline is 31 December 2022. Read more in the full job description (only in Danish).
In addition, we are also looking for a technical coordinator who will play a central role in the technical development and coordination of Research Portal Denmark. So if you have an interest in working with open source software, linking and normalizing large data sets to build databases and analytical modules, you can read more in the full job description (only in Danish). The application deadline is 15 January 2023.
Do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions regarding any of the two job openings.
Learn more about NORA & Research Portal Denmark and meet us at the DFFU Summit
The webinar ‘Intro to NORA & Research Portal Denmark’ can now be found on the website (in Danish only). Here you can both hear more about what the NORA initiative is all about, as well as get an introduction to the various publication-based databases available in Research Portal Denmark. In addition, you will also find the slide sets used in the webinar (in Danish and English). These can also serve as a user guide when discovering the portal’s databases. NORA will also be meeting various stakeholders when doing a presentation later this week at the DFFU Summit October 2022 – if you are not able to attend, feedback, input and questions are as always most welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org
Newsletter August 2022 – New Institutions and Webinars
We are back at work in the NORA team and are thrilled to share that we’ll soon be adding publication data from additional Danish Institutions to the Database with Data from Local Systems. Read more about this and our September Webinar; “Intro to NORA & Research Portal Denmark” in the August newsletter
Newsletter May 2022 – Improved prototypes ready for test
Research Portal Denmark thanks for all the feedback. We have implemented many improvements, and now welcome testing of a new and improved generation of prototypes. The homepage has likewise been improved with an updated layout and better entry points to the four prototype databases. Discover and explore Danish research in Research Portal Denmark and read much more in the newsletter
The results of the Open Access Indicator released
Open Access to scientific articles from Danish universities continue to increase. See the latest results, released 7th April 2022
Newsletter March 2022 – The first prototypes ready for test
Research Portal Denmark opens for testing of the portal’s first prototypes with Danish research publications since 2011. Take a look at the prototypes and read more in the newsletter
Newsletter November 2021
Data is pouring in to create a new overview of Danish research – First services available at New Year’s. Read much more in the newsletter
NORA job openings (Positions have been filled)
We are busy in the NORA team, and therefor looking for two new colleagues. Would you like to part of the development and operation of Danish Research Portal in the beautiful surroundings of DTU Risø, then you might be the new addition to the team we are looking for. Deadline is 29 August 2021, with more information on the two positions in the full job descriptions.
The Working Group for National Database and Search Portal is established
The Working Group for National Database and Search Portal is now established, with a kick-off meeting 22 June 2021. The working group is initiated for the purpose of securing the best possible representation and expert knowledge regarding the development of a Research Database, based on data from the Danish research institutions’ local research databases (CRIS, RIMS). For more information on the Working Group read here