RESEARCHERS

Visibility in FUTUR and UPCommons

FUTUR , the website for the scientific production of UPC researchers and UPCommons , the institutional repository that preserves the academic production of the University, facilitates the visibility and impact on the Internet of UPC publications and their authors.

Visibility to FUTUR

In DRAC , fill out your personal information and enter all your publications, research projects and other activities. These will be published in FUTUR as of the next weekly update.

Librarians review and expand the bibliographic references of your posts entered in DRAC and post to UPCommons the full text, in open or restricted access according to the open access policies of publishers.

From the option Identify yourself from the top menu of FUTUR, authenticate yourself and enter your "personal corner":

- add your expertise, the social networks in which you are present and a personal photograph.

- Mark the "Yes" option in "Do you want to publish it in Future?" in all the personal data that you want to show.

You can follow the instructions that you will find at Frequently Asked Questions at FUTUR.

All researchers active in the UPC , professors, researchers, research support staff, training researchers, emeritus professors and the retired PDI of the Program UPC Senior with search activities entered in DRAC have a personal page at FUTUR.

If you are a researcher and you do not have any research activity in DRAC but you want to enter your curriculum, contact: suport.dracArrovaupc.edu

So that the page of your research group is complete, if you are the person in charge of the group:

- from the option Identify yourself from the top menu of FUTUR, authenticate yourself and enter your "personal corner". In the Organizational Profile tab - Group name incorporates the group logo, collaborative networks and links of interest.

You can follow the instructions that you will find at Frequently Asked Questions at FUTUR.

Visibility to UPCommons

To increase the visibility of the documents deposited, UPCOMMONS uses the interoperability protocol of the Open Archives Initiative (OAI-PMH). This allows services like Openaire or Recolecta (Fecyt) collect the metadata of the documents of UPCommons to make other products and increase your visibility and impact.


Last update: 22 / 02 / 2019